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Re: graph output , png images

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: graph output , png images
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2014 13:58:43 +0100
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It should work in exactly the same way for all operating systems.


On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 01:42:19PM +0100, ftr wrote:
     Thanks for the hint ! How can you achieve this under Windows ?
     - ftr
     On 07/12/2014 15:11, Daniel Schlieper wrote:
     >you coud use the option "-O format=svg" in combination with a
     >pspp script. Save your data as a sav-file (e. g., save.sav)
     >Then write a scirpt, for example:
     >/// Begin example, save as piechart.input
     >get file=save.sav.
     >freq /variables=height /piechart /statistics=all.
     >/// End example
     >Now run pspp from a Linux shell (or Mac OS):
     >$ pspp -O format=svg piechart.input
     >the output is a piechart in svg-format, which is easy to
     >polish. Use inkscape or other software.
     >Best regards, Daniel
     >Daniel Schlieper                     email:
     >On Sat, 6 Dec 2014, ftr wrote:
     >>Is there any way to treat the graph output ? The current
     >>graphs are helpful for analysis - and this is already really
     >>helpful - but you can't publish them.
     >>I would like to change scales, titles, the numbering format.
     >>Do you do this, and if so, how ?
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