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Re: PSPP file conversion service

From: Erich Hill
Subject: Re: PSPP file conversion service
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2014 04:43:21 -0300

I really wanted to take the opportunity, but I have a few files in
that format, corresponding to an internal unpublished research.
Despite the antiquity is confidential.

I am very interested in the concept of "preserve data" (see, however, there is no free alternative to such
files. I ask my colleagues if they have files in SPSS/PC+ format, so
that you can analyze.

I appreciate your work

On 11/21/14, Ben Pfaff <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 02:31:16AM -0300, Erich Hill wrote:
>> Unfortunately I am not an expert to explain the difference, but the
>> files in the"sys" file format that I have are some very old files in
>> MSDOS versions of SPSS.
>>  On the website of IBM's described as SPSS/PC+ format and is supported
>> by current versions.
>> My intention was to preserve those old data files.
> I'm familiar with the SPSS/PC+ product and I do know that it uses a
> different file format.  I've been interested for a long time in figuring
> out that file format, but I've never been able to obtain a big enough
> collection of files to figure it out.  Do you have a collection of
> SPSS/PC+ data files that you'd be willing to let me examine to learn the
> file format?

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