|Subject:||Re: AW: Re: PSPP: Converting .dat to .spv file doesn't work - no error messages|
|Date:||Tue, 04 Nov 2014 19:03:20 +0100|
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I see no error message in the output. |
This is too complicated to me.
- You have to print the entire first line of the data and see whether your formats and the data fit (like in the last century).
- What about entering the .dat file into a spreadsheet to see whether the data import well ? Look wether any difficulties with decimal delimiters, or date-time variables appear.
On 04/11/2014 16:44, address@hidden wrote:
Sorry, of course I meant .sav files. Thanks for pointing out the mistake. I guess I can add file attachments when posting via email, so I'll give it a try. .sps and .pdf should be attached now. Ben Pfaff <address@hidden> schrieb am 04.11.2014 16:30:On Tue, Nov 04, 2014 at 11:28:20AM +0000, Holger wrote:I've conducted an online survey (~2.800 participants) using LimeSurvey. I'd like to use PSPP to analyze the resulting data - as I've done before. However, I can't seem to manage to convert the LimeSurvey export files (SPSS 16+ format), into a functioning .spv file. But strangely enough, I don't get any error messages when I execute the syntax file (.sps), the output file looks fine to my eyes - but the data set window of pspp appears empty. So, no error messages, but no data either - and no .spv file I could save.PSPP has no support for reading or writing .spv files.
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