A Guide to SPSS/PC+ by Neil Frude (auth.)

By Neil Frude (auth.)

Written for people with very little adventure in utilizing pcs for statistical research, this e-book introduces SPSS/PC+, the industry chief computer package deal. A advisor to SPSS/PC+ teaches using SPSS/PC+ in actual fact and simply.

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Dat, without quotation marks) and press . The block will now be written as a file on the hard disk, with the name you have chosen. To exit from REVIEW Having successfully saved a complete REVIEW file, or a block, you can exit from REVIEW by issuing the command . You will be presented with the SPSS/PC: prompt. Congratulations - you have created a data file which is now stored in your directory of the hard disk. At this stage you might like to obtain a printout of the contents of the data file you have created.

The other commands listed above can be entered in any order and there can be multiple MISSING VALUE, VARIABLE LABELS and VALUE LABELS commands within a single file. 1 The DATA LIST command For data to be usable by SPSS/PC+ they must be defined. Each variable has to be named and the program has to be informed (in a formatting instruction) which columns of the dataset each variable occupies. Variable names and formatting instructions are specified in a DATA LIST. For example, DATA LIST /ID 1-4 Sex 5 Age 6-7.

Congratulations - you have created a data file which is now stored in your directory of the hard disk. At this stage you might like to obtain a printout of the contents of the data file you have created. To do this you return to the disk operating system (DOS). Enter finish. to end the SPSS/PC+ session and return to DOS. SPSS/PC: finish. 40 A Guide to SPSS/PC+ You will receive the End of session message, followed by the DOS prompt (C>). Respond by asking the machine to print the file. dat>prn If the printer is switched on you should receive a printout of your data.

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