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Re: technical question

From: Alan Mead
Subject: Re: technical question
Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2016 11:00:08 -0500
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I would use one of the versions of the manual here:

such as this one:

or the PDF version:

PSPP has capabilities, like GLM, that the graphical interface doesn't express (this is also true of SPSS; for example, one cannot access MANOVA from the GUI). But you can use syntax to perform a GLM analysis, as described here:

The GLM command doesn't have any explicit support for ANCOVA and I've never used GLM to perform the analysis, but these links suggest that you're correct that it's possible:

Let us know if you have difficulty or questions using the syntax for your analysis.  If you do have problems, please identify the platform (Windows, MacOS, etc.) and version (from Help > About) that you are using.  PSPP just releases a new version, 0.10.0, but aside from various small improvements, I don't think it affects what you are doing.


On 3/28/2016 10:10 AM, Brittani Baldwin wrote:

I downloaded the recent version of PSPP and according to the manual I found (link below), it should have an options for two way anova, ancova, etc. However,  I don’t have an option called “General Linear Model” under “Analyze” where one could do an ANCOVA. I would appreciate help with this.


Brittani Baldwin Gracey, PsyD

Clinical Psychologist/Neuropsychologist

Arkansas State Hospital

Division of Behavioral Health Services (DBHS)



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