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Re: your mail
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 21:16:42 +0200
SPSS keeps changing the layout of their menus, and each version adds new dialog
boxes and removes others.
However the syntax is more stable, and works exactly the same way in PSPP: If
you have a variable "age" then the command:
SELECT IF (age >= 13 AND age <=20).
will mean that all subsequent commands will include only those cases for
which age falls in the range [13,20]
On Sun, Sep 21, 2014 at 08:45:31PM -0400, Larry Gray wrote:
I am using PSPP version 08.3. I have used SPSS at a university and on that
program I can go to data/select cases/ and a drop down box allows me to
pick a range of information from a particular column and select that....for
example if I want to select only certain ages from a group (ages 13-20 from
a column of ages 5-55) I can do that and it only selects those ages. Is
there a way to do that in PSPP? I hope I am being clear. I am just
learning this program and am not all that familiar with the computer
language. I am not sure if this is a bug of some sort or the way the
program is set up.
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