work for a govt agency. They may not come up with money,
but I could put an argument that as they are currently
paying about $2000 per year for an SPSS licence a proportion
of that may be a good investment.
I don’t like the version of CTABLES spss currently has. I
used to use it on v10 SPSS in about 1990 and found it
relatively intuitive to use. I haven’t quite got into the
same comfort zone I used to be in back then as with the
current version. I don’t know why it would have been
changed. Rather than PSPP simply copying SPSS perhaps it
could be improved.