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Re: Multiple Regression with no constant term

From: ftr
Subject: Re: Multiple Regression with no constant term
Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 15:21:45 +0200
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On 10/07/2015 13:24, John Darrington wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 01:03:44PM +0200, ftr wrote:
>      The PSPP user guide version 0.6.2 says that the GLM command is not
>      implemented.
>      If the contrary is true all the better.
>      And if so, where do I find its command syntax ?
> 0.6.2 is more than five years old.  If that is the version you are using,
> I recommend that you upgrade.
> That said, GLM is also undocumented in 0.8.5 - it is however implemented,
> albeit not, with all options.  It does however have the /INTERCEPT subcommand.
> /INTERCEPT = EXCLUDE will find a model through the origin.

I use the last version of PSPP, but the dated manual is the first that I
got through Google Search (from the University of Hamburg.

If I want to use GLM which subcommands can be used ?

I found the latest version dated 15th Feb 2015 in a news group which said:

It looks as if the sub-commands currently available are


Is this still true ?

Is there anywhere a complete command syntax available ?
To use the procedure you have to look into a SPSS manual ?


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