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Re: PSPP not working

From: Alan Mead
Subject: Re: PSPP not working
Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2016 09:49:53 -0500
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Do you recall what version of PSPP you installed? Do you recall if it was the 32-bit or 64-bit version? I am using an older version, pspp 0.10.1-g1082b8, and it works fine on my 64-bit windows 7.
When you say that the program doesn't respond, you click on the gui and a dialog opens but the statistics doesn't show up in the output? Or what exactly do you mean by "does not respond"?  Compared to SPSS (which raises the output window when new output appears) PSPP is relatively quiet (the output window should "throb" but not raise itself). 

After opening a dataset, if you click File > New > Syntax do you get a blank syntax window?  And can you type: "freq / x." (without the quotes)? And If you then change "x" to be one of your variables and select Run > All does output appear?


On 9/23/2016 6:44 AM, Cecily Ray wrote:
Dear Programmers,

Yesterday I installed PPSP for Windows (I have version 7)  on my Toshiba Satellite C655 laptop (64 bit). 
The dataset opens nicely but the program does not respond whenever I try any performing any operation 
like frequencies of a variable. 

If you can help me know what to do at the earliest, I would be most grateful. 

Thanking you,
Cecily Ray

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