Assigning value labels (e.g., 1=female) is with VALUE LABELS but I
don't think PRINT or LIST will print the value labels (FREQ will in
SPSS, I haven't tried it in PSPP). You could create new string
variables and assign them the labels as values (as John suggests; or
arrange to receive the data with strings as responses rather that
On 2/4/2017 12:17 AM, John Darrington
[Moving to pspp-users, since this is a question about usage not development]
The LIST command is for listing cases.
There is also the PRINT and WRITE commands both of which stream formatted
output of the cases to an external sink - this can be a physical printer if
you want a printout on paper.
Assigning values can be done either with DATA LIST or using COMPUTE from within
a INPUT PROGRAM block.
For details on how to use all these features, see section 8 of the user maual,
"Data Input and Output".
Oe Fri, Feb 03, 2017 at 11:20:27PM +0200, Elias Estatistics wrote:
I find it extremely basic as a function to any statistical program to be
able to print
either its values or its assign values! e.g. Sex 1=female, 2=male
LIST command print only values not its assign values of a variable!
Is it SO hard to be made i suppose in order not to exist still, is it ?
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