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Entering Variables in Blocks Using PSPP
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mag |
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Entering Variables in Blocks Using PSPP |
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Sun, 24 Feb 2019 22:06:08 +0000 (UTC) |
First, thanks very much to Alan for answering my previous question. I am now trying to replicate the following SPSS regression language (simplified here for clarity).
* SPSS, Entering Two Blocks, No Errors
REGRESSION
/STATISTICS COEFF OUTS R ANOVA CHANGE
/DEPENDENT y
/METHOD=ENTER var1
/METHOD=ENTER var2.
Now, I try to do the same thing in PSPP, but am not successful.
* PSPP, Example 1, Entering Two Blocks, ERROR
REGRESSION
/STATISTICS COEFF CI R ANOVA
/VARIABLES= var1 var2
/DEPENDENT=y
/METHOD=ENTER var1
/METHOD=ENTER var2.
Output= syntax error at var1.
Please note that the following, with one block only and using "/method=enter", works fine.
* PSPP Example 2, Entering 1 Block, No Errors
REGRESSION
/STATISTICS COEFF CI R ANOVA
/VARIABLES= var1 var2
/DEPENDENT=y
/METHOD=ENTER.
Please reply if you know how to enter variables in blocks, as shown in the SPSS example (and, if you used a book, website, or other resource,where you found the information). Thank you!
- Entering Variables in Blocks Using PSPP,
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