thanks for the suggestion Ben. But that leads me to 2 more things.
1. I couldn't ignore the warnings because they killed the run keeping it from producing the .sav file. Is there a setting that can be changed to allow for more than 100 warnings? This does work on SPSS but I don't have SPSS on our liniux box.
2. We aren't on the newest version because we couldn't get it to install. We are running CentOS release 5.10 (Final) and we are on PSPP .6.2
I could not get the .8.3 to compile:
./configure –without-cairo –without-gui
configure: error: The following required prerequisites are
You must install them before PSPP can be built:
gsl version 1.13
CFMC 8.6 Webcati /d2/admin/keith/pspp-0.8.3>yum list
I’ve also compiled and installed gsl 1.9 manually and still
Does anyone have any ideas on what we could do to get this setup?
On Monday, June 9, 2014 12:07 PM, Ben Pfaff <address@hidden> wrote:
On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 7:56 PM, Mogerman Rob <address@hidden
> I am very inexperienced with pspp and spss. I have been using pspp on linux
> to create .sav files using a sps def file using the command "pspp xxxx.sps"
> which runs and outputs the file very nicely until today when trying this on
> a new study. This data file has just under 200 variables.
> I get a bunch of truncating label warnings. Do I just get too many? Do I
> just need to clean all the labels to be shorter?
You can ignore these warnings, which should be harmless, or you can
upgrade to a newer version of PSPP. The most recent versions of PSPP
raise the limit for value labels to 255 bytes.