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SPSSX-L archives – July 2010

  1. Re: Cleaning data (219 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  2. Cleaning data (33 lines)
    From: Adam <maltesea@GMAIL.COM>

  3. multivariate normality (68 lines)
    From: olfa bouhlel <olfa6977@GMAIL.COM>

  4. Re: error message (35 lines)
    From: Yue Fan (University of Michigan) <yuefan@UMICH.EDU>

  5. Re: Cleaning data (64 lines)
    From: Garry Gelade <garry@business-analytic.co.uk>

  6. Re: Cleaning data (119 lines)
    From: Langston, Eric <ELANGSTO@depaul.edu>

  7. Day of week conversion from edate (86 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  8. Re: Day of week conversion from edate (120 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  9. cluster stack bar chart using GPL (143 lines)
    From: Samizard Dot <sarc.dot@gmail.com>

  10. Re: Day of week conversion from edate (192 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  11. Re: Day of week conversion from edate (212 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  12. Re: Cleaning data (831 lines)
    From: Langston, Eric <ELANGSTO@depaul.edu>

  13. Value labels in crosstabs partially hidden (24 lines)
    From: Anton <mra@WILDER.ORG>

  14. SPSS 17 on netbook? (44 lines)
    From: Kylie Lange <kylie.lange@adelaide.edu.au>

  15. Re: cluster chart using GPL (150 lines)
    From: Samizard Dot <sarc.dot@GMAIL.COM>

  16. Are crosstabs and adjusted standardized residuals all that I need to analyze my survey data? (73 lines)
    From: mjz4b8 <mikezundel@HOTMAIL.COM>

  17. Anova two way non parametric.... (53 lines)
    From: luciano basso <bassolu@gmail.com>

  18. Waterfall Charts (28 lines)
    From: Peter Cuttance <cuttance@radii.org>

  19. Re: Value labels in crosstabs partially hidden (112 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  20. AUTO: David Schur is out of the office (returning 07/12/2010) (75 lines)
    From: David Schur <dschur@us.ibm.com>

  21. Help with 'pattern' in Python syntax (168 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  22. Re: Anova two way non parametric.... (57 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  23. Re: Help with 'pattern' in Python syntax (251 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  24. Unicode Checking (74 lines)
    From: Georg Maubach <Georg.Maubach@mrsc.info>

  25. Re: Unicode Checking (88 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  26. Re: Unicode Checking (142 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  27. Re: SPSS 17 on netbook? (70 lines)
    From: Langston, Eric <ELANGSTO@depaul.edu>

  28. Require urgent help on ANOVA (68 lines)
    From: John Watson <johnwatson_1981@yahoo.com>

  29. Re: SPSS 17 on netbook? (95 lines)
    From: Pirritano, Matthew <MPirritano@ochca.com>

  30. Re: Require urgent help on ANOVA (78 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  31. Re: Require urgent help on ANOVA (177 lines)
    From: Mike Griffiths <mike_g50@hotmail.co.uk>

  32. Re: SPSS 17 on netbook? (75 lines)
    From: Granaas, Michael <Michael.Granaas@USD.EDU>

  33. Re: Anova two way non parametric.... (45 lines)
    From: Marta García-Granero <mgarciagranero@gmail.com>

  34. Re: Anova two way non parametric.... I forgot... (75 lines)
    From: Marta García-Granero <mgarciagranero@gmail.com>

  35. Re: Anova two way non parametric.... (72 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  36. Re: SPSS 17 on netbook? (68 lines)
    From: Kylie Lange <kylie.lange@adelaide.edu.au>

  37. Re: Require urgent help on ANOVA (110 lines)
    From: Ryan Black <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  38. Horizontal Stacked Bar Chart with Mirroring (29 lines)
    From: Peter Cuttance <cuttance@RADII.ORG>

  39. Re: Horizontal Stacked Bar Chart with Mirroring (116 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  40. Displaced labels using display labels (132 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  41. Re: Displaced labels using display labels (160 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  42. Re: Require urgent help on ANOVA (232 lines)
    From: Mike Griffiths <mike_g50@hotmail.co.uk>

  43. Re: Displaced labels using display labels (888 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  44. Syntax to crop variable labels (80 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  45. Re: Displaced labels using display labels (177 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  46. Re: Displaced labels using display labels (1292 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  47. Re: Cleaning data (712 lines)
    From: Adam Maltese <maltesea@gmail.com>

  48. Re: Syntax to crop variable labels (82 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  49. Re: Syntax to crop variable labels (170 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  50. Re: Syntax to crop variable labels (402 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  51. Re: Syntax to crop variable labels (281 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  52. Re: Syntax to crop variable labels (168 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  53. Re: Require urgent help on ANOVA (180 lines)
    From: DorraJ Oet <love_u_endlessly@hotmail.com>

  54. Re: Horizontal Stacked Bar Chart with Mirroring (1024 lines)
    From: ViAnn Beadle <vab88011@gmail.com>

  55. R: Syntax to crop variable labels (202 lines)
    From: Rita Clivio <rclivio@tradelab.it>

  56. Hairy syntax (143 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  57. Re: Hairy syntax (235 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  58. factor analysis on dichotomous data (35 lines)
    From: Kaat <kaat.vanacker@PSY.KULEUVEN.BE>

  59. Automatic reply: factor analysis on dichotomous data (31 lines)
    From: Genevieve Odoom <godoom@oanhss.org>

  60. Re: factor analysis on dichotomous data (93 lines)
    From: Hector Maletta <hmaletta@fibertel.com.ar>

  61. Re: factor analysis on dichotomous data (138 lines)
    From: Kaat <kaat.vanacker@PSY.KULEUVEN.BE>

  62. Re: factor analysis on dichotomous data (160 lines)
    From: Hector Maletta <hmaletta@fibertel.com.ar>

  63. Re: factor analysis on dichotomous data (376 lines)
    From: Kooij, A.J. van der <KOOIJ@fsw.leidenuniv.nl>

  64. how to restructure data file (238 lines)
    From: Martin Sherman <MSherman@loyola.edu>

  65. Re: how to restructure data file (282 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  66. Re: how to restructure data file (66 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  67. Output problem (35 lines)
    From: Nirit <niritav@gmail.com>

  68. Re: how to restructure data file (173 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  69. variable construction (49 lines)
    From: P.van Groenestijn <P.vanGroenestijn@MAW.RU.NL>

  70. Re: variable construction (169 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  71. Re: variable construction (291 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  72. Adding a Prefix to Variable Names (27 lines)
    From: Tim Pickles <PicklesTE@CARDIFF.AC.UK>

  73. Re: Adding a Prefix to Variable Names (757 lines)
    From: Nirit <niritav@gmail.com>

  74. Re: Adding a Prefix to Variable Names (636 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  75. Re: Adding a Prefix to Variable Names (217 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  76. Re: Adding a Prefix to Variable Names (250 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  77. Propensity scoring in multi-year, multi-cohort educational datasets (31 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  78. difference or complementarity between Kappa (or its generalizations) and Kendall's concordance coefficient W (43 lines)
    From: placide poba-nzaou <plpobanzaou@yahoo.com>

  79. Match weighted datasets (104 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  80. problems creating tables (194 lines)
    From: Spice Weasel <spiceweasel779@gmail.com>

  81. Decision tree (43 lines)
    From: Moshe Marko <MarkoM@upstate.edu>

  82. Re: problems creating tables (320 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  83. Fwd: FW: [SPSSX-L] problems creating tables (556 lines)
    From: Spice Weasel <spiceweasel779@gmail.com>

  84. Re: FW: [SPSSX-L] problems creating tables (693 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  85. Kuder-Richardson 20 (KR20) scale reliability calculation? (45 lines)
    From: Wesley Joe <wjoe@cfinst.org>

  86. Re: Kuder-Richardson 20 (KR20) scale reliability calculation? (231 lines)
    From: Anthony Babinec <tbabinec@sbcglobal.net>

  87. SPSS: creating dummy variable using multiple variables and consecutive cases (68 lines)
    From: Tufayel Chowdhury <tufayel_02@yahoo.com>

  88. Re: SPSS: creating dummy variable using multiple variables and consecutive cases (87 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  89. Re: Decision tree (90 lines)
    From: John McConnell <jmcconnell@analyticalpeople.com>

  90. Re: linear mixed commands for growth curve (136 lines)
    From: Ryan Black <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  91. Re: Adding a Prefix to Variable Names (659 lines)
    From: Wilhelm Landerholm | Queue <wl@qsweden.com>

  92. Tip: How to Create Dummy Variable by Pyhon (62 lines)
    From: Wilhelm Landerholm | Queue <wl@qsweden.com>

  93. Re: how to restructure data file (71 lines)
    From: Richard Ristow <wrristow@mindspring.com>

  94. Help with ZIP command in Python (119 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  95. Re: Help with ZIP command in Python (257 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  96. Re: Help with ZIP command in Python (145 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  97. opening a compressed SAS file with SPSS (30 lines)
    From: Nomi <werbi@NETVISION.NET.IL>

  98. =?windows-1252?Q?ONLINE_SEM_WORKSHOPS=3A_Introductory_and_Intermediate_?= =?windows-1252?Q?PLS_Path_Modeling_=28SEM=29_using_SmartPLS_=96_August_2=2D3_=26_20=2D2?= =?windows-1252?Q?1=2C_Sept_10=2D11_=26_17=2D18?= (283 lines)
    From: Geoffrey Hubona <ghubona@gmail.com>

  99. Re: Help with ZIP command in Python (170 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  100. syntax help (32 lines)
    From: annastella <stellakos@gmail.com>

  101. Re: how to restructure data file (165 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  102. Re: syntax help (80 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  103. Re: syntax help (63 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  104. Re: syntax help (80 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  105. Re: syntax help (51 lines)
    From: Richard Ristow <wrristow@mindspring.com>

  106. Date conversion question...not the excel problem or string issue (36 lines)
    From: cfishernyc <cfisher@djj.nyc.gov>

  107. Re: how to restructure data file (33 lines)
    From: Richard Ristow <wrristow@mindspring.com>

  108. Re: opening a compressed SAS file with SPSS (37 lines)
    From: Richard Ristow <wrristow@mindspring.com>

  109. Re: Date conversion question...not the excel problem or string issue (89 lines)
    From: Fisher, Christopher (DJJ) <CFisher@djj.nyc.gov>

  110. Re: opening a compressed SAS file with SPSS (359 lines)
    From: Ornelas, Fermin <FerminOrnelas@azdes.gov>

  111. Re: chart template (49 lines)
    From: Samizard Dot <sarc.dot@gmail.com>

  112. Re: Help with ZIP command in Python (296 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  113. Re: Help with ZIP command in Python (245 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  114. Re: Help with ZIP command in Python (331 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  115. cumulative frequencies (39 lines)
    From: Christoph Oeldorf <Oeldorf@urz.uni-heidelberg.de>

  116. Re: Help with ZIP command in Python (422 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  117. Re: Help with ZIP command in Python (382 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  118. Re: Help with ZIP command in Python (735 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  119. Re: cumulative frequencies (80 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  120. Re: cumulative frequencies (148 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  121. Re: cumulative frequencies (74 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  122. Re: cumulative frequencies (112 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  123. creating agency level reports (49 lines)
    From: Spice Weasel <spiceweasel779@gmail.com>

  124. Re: Date conversion question...not the excel problem or string issue (71 lines)
    From: Barnett, Adrian (DECS) <Adrian.Barnett2@SA.GOV.AU>

  125. Re: cumulative frequencies (151 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  126. software problems (28 lines)
    From: mhlamphear <mhlamphear@earthlink.net>

  127. Re: software problems (54 lines)
    From: Kylie Lange <kylie.lange@adelaide.edu.au>

  128. Re: software problems (228 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  129. Re: software problems (529 lines)
    From: Kylie Lange <kylie.lange@adelaide.edu.au>

  130. Re: software problems (392 lines)
    From: Muir Houston <m.houston@educ.gla.ac.uk>

  131. Sample Size Determination and other online intractive courses, Early Bird Discounts End July 21st (68 lines)
    From: Dorothy Middleton <courses@statcourse.com>

  132. Re: SPSS MISSING TOOLBAR (33 lines)
    From: David Elazar <delazar@CLEMSON.EDU>

  133. applying multinomial logistic model to new data (200 lines)
    From: Tanya Dockendorf <Tanya.Dockendorf@M-RR.COM>

  134. Re: applying multinomial logistic model to new data (72 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  135. Re: software problems (270 lines)
    From: mhlamphear <mhlamphear@earthlink.net>

  136. Re: applying multinomial logistic model to new data (93 lines)
    From: Tanya Dockendorf <Tanya.Dockendorf@M-RR.COM>

  137. Difference between Python program block and equivalent command in IDLE (131 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  138. Re: Difference between Python program block and equivalent command in IDLE (136 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  139. Re: Difference between Python program block and equivalent command in IDLE (293 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  140. Re: Difference between Python program block and equivalent command in IDLE (433 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  141. How are Polynomial contrasts computed (55 lines)
    From: William Dudley <wndudley@uncg.edu>

  142. Re: cumulative frequencies (41 lines)
    From: Christoph Oeldorf <Oeldorf@urz.uni-heidelberg.de>

  143. Re: How are Polynomial contrasts computed (57 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  144. Re: How are Polynomial contrasts computed (61 lines)
    From: Mike Palij <mp26@nyu.edu>

  145. Re: How are Polynomial contrasts computed (213 lines)
    From: Anthony Babinec <tbabinec@sbcglobal.net>

  146. Re: How are Polynomial contrasts computed (110 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  147. Build variable list of variables containing small number of different values in Python (120 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  148. Re: How are Polynomial contrasts computed (150 lines)
    From: Mike Palij <mp26@nyu.edu>

  149. SUBSTR into new variable (44 lines)
    From: Lacay, Phebe <placay@RARITANVAL.EDU>

  150. Re: Build variable list of variables containing small number of different values in Python (238 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  151. Re: SUBSTR into new variable (66 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  152. Re: SUBSTR into new variable (290 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  153. Re: SUBSTR into new variable (123 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  154. How to deal with Date Ranges with Missing Values from Excel (96 lines)
    From: JEFFREY CANTER <Jeff.Canter@JFS.OHIO.GOV>

  155. Re: How to deal with Date Ranges with Missing Values from Excel (239 lines)
    From: Vladimir Lopez-Prado <vlprado9@gmail.com>

  156. Grad Pack 18.0 for $199. Is this legit (175 lines)
    From: Martin Sherman <MSherman@loyola.edu>

  157. software problems (18 lines)
    From: mhlamphear <mhlamphear@earthlink.net>

  158. DO REPEATs and DATEDIFs (125 lines)
    From: Derek Quinlan <derek.james.quinlan@gmail.com>

  159. Re: DO REPEATs and DATEDIFs (190 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  160. Re: DO REPEATs and DATEDIFs (42 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  161. How to create notes on SPSS? (45 lines)
    From: Ben Lintschinger <ben.lintschinger@gmail.com>

  162. Re: How to create notes on SPSS? (171 lines)
    From: Ben Lintschinger <ben.lintschinger@gmail.com>

  163. Strenght of association between Ordinal and Dichotomous Variables (57 lines)
    From: Eins Bernardo <einsbernardo@yahoo.com.ph>

  164. Re: Strenght of association between Ordinal and Dichotomous Variables (71 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  165. Re: How to create notes on SPSS? (90 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  166. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 15 Jul 2010 to 16 Jul 2010 (#2010-200) (20 lines)
    From: Jason Alexandre <jalexandre@childandfamilyri.com>

  167. Re: How to create notes on SPSS? (153 lines)
    From: Justin Carroll <jrc.csus@GMAIL.COM>

  168. Python function doesn't work (181 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  169. Re: Python function doesn't work (195 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  170. Re: Python function doesn't work (297 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  171. ANNOUNCE: REMINDER OF SPSS WORKSHOPS AND ANNUAL USERS MEETING (272 lines)
    From: Peter Watson <peter.watson@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk>

  172. Re: Python function doesn't work (323 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  173. ANNOUNCE: CLINICAL TRIALS COURSE IN YORK IN SEPTEMBER 2010 (62 lines)
    From: Peter Watson <peter.watson@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk>

  174. SOLVED: Python function doesn't work (466 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  175. SOLVED(2): Python function doesn't work (452 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  176. Re: SOLVED(2): Python function doesn't work (484 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  177. TURF Analysis (145 lines)
    From: Alexandra Chirilov <alexandra.chirilov@isracenter.com>

  178. Re: SOLVED(2): Python function doesn't work (505 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  179. Re: TURF Analysis (111 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  180. Re: non-parametric one-sample test? (176 lines)
    From: Chris Smith <moorcroft19@hotmail.co.uk>

  181. predicting winners/losers and ranks? (181 lines)
    From: Chris Smith <moorcroft19@hotmail.co.uk>

  182. Model underidentification Amos (71 lines)
    From: cal <c.ngtseung@UOM.AC.MU>

  183. Re: How to deal with Date Ranges with Missing Values from Excel (153 lines)
    From: JEFFREY CANTER <Jeff.Canter@JFS.OHIO.GOV>

  184. three way interaction vs separate analysis with 2 way interactione (32 lines)
    From: ann <statsann@GMAIL.COM>

  185. How are you? (37 lines)
    From: Victor Kogler <vkogler@silcom.com>

  186. Re: Model underidentification Amos (118 lines)
    From: SR Millis <srmillis@yahoo.com>

  187. Re: TURF Analysis (444 lines)
    From: Alexandra Chirilov <alexandra.chirilov@isracenter.com>

  188. SPSS is becoming too rigid (Was: Comparing ordinal variable in k Independant samples) (82 lines)
    From: Steve Simon, P.Mean Consulting <net@pmean.com>

  189. A Question about skewness (26 lines)
    From: stace swayne <jladyl@yahoo.com>

  190. Re: SPSS is becoming too rigid (Was: Comparing ordinal variable in k Independant samples) (112 lines)
    From: Dr C B Stride <c.b.stride@sheffield.ac.uk>

  191. Re: A Question about skewness (53 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  192. Re: SPSS is becoming too rigid (Was: Comparing ordinal variable in k Independant samples) (146 lines)
    From: Baker, Harley <Harley.Baker@csuci.edu>

  193. Re: three way interaction vs separate analysis with 2 way interactione (59 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  194. Re: SPSS is becoming too rigid (Was: Comparing ordinal variable in k Independent samples) (468 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  195. Re: SPSS is becoming too rigid (Was: Comparing ordinal variable in k Independant samples) (315 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  196. Re: three way interaction vs separate analysis with 2 way interactione (110 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  197. Re: SUBSTR into new variable (54 lines)
    From: Lacay, Phebe <placay@RARITANVAL.EDU>

  198. Re: TURF Analysis (47 lines)
    From: john@SDR-CONSULTING.COM

  199. How to replace missing values for selective variables only for male respondents? (66 lines)
    From: Java Joe <javajoe2010@gmail.com>

  200. Re: How to replace missing values for selective variables only for male respondents? (119 lines)
    From: MaxJasper <MaxJasper@shaw.ca>

  201. Re: How to replace missing values for selective variables only for male respondents? (118 lines)
    From: Java Joe <javajoe2010@gmail.com>

  202. Re: How to replace missing values for selective variables only for male respondents? (279 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  203. Re: A Question about skewness (48 lines)
    From: Marta García-Granero <mgarciagranero@gmail.com>

  204. Re: SPSS is becoming too rigid (Was: Comparing ordinal variable in k Independant samples) (496 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  205. Re: How to replace missing values for selective variables only for male respondents? (390 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  206. Re: SPSS is becoming too rigid (Was: Comparing ordinal variable in k Independant samples) (1034 lines)
    From: Garry Gelade <garry@business-analytic.co.uk>

  207. Goodness of fit in Poisson Regression (46 lines)
    From: Eins Bernardo <einsbernardo@yahoo.com.ph>

  208. Re: Strenght of association between Ordinal and Dichotomous Variables (163 lines)
    From: Eins Bernardo <einsbernardo@yahoo.com.ph>

  209. Shapley values (152 lines)
    From: Alexandra Berivoe <Alexandra.Berivoe@ipsos.com>

  210. Re: How to replace missing values for selective variables only for male respondents? (396 lines)
    From: Java Joe <javajoe2010@gmail.com>

  211. Re: Goodness of fit in Poisson Regression (56 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  212. Re: How to replace missing values for selective variables only for male respondents? (68 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  213. Re: How to replace missing values for selective variables only for male respondents? (55 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  214. Re: three way interaction vs separate analysis with 2 way interactione (32 lines)
    From: ann <statsann@GMAIL.COM>

  215. Re: How to replace missing values for selective variables only for male respondents? (86 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  216. Re: three way interaction vs separate analysis with 2 way interactione (48 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  217. Re: SUBSTR into new variable (180 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  218. Re: three way interaction vs separate analysis with 2 way interactione (73 lines)
    From: Burleson,Joseph A. <burleson@up.uchc.edu>

  219. Re: SUBSTR into new variable (292 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  220. Re: SUBSTR into new variable (524 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  221. Re: SUBSTR into new variable (424 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  222. GEE (22 lines)
    From: Buhi, Eric <ebuhi@health.usf.edu>

  223. Re: three way interaction vs separate analysis with 2 way interactione (139 lines)
    From: Ryan Black <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  224. Re: How to replace missing values for selective variables only for male respondents? (277 lines)
    From: Java Joe <javajoe2010@gmail.com>

  225. Re: GEE (50 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  226. changing width of strings (155 lines)
    From: Cleland, Patricia (EDU) <Patricia.Cleland@ontario.ca>

  227. Re: changing width of strings (168 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  228. Re: changing width of strings (131 lines)
    From: Vladimir Lopez-Prado <vlprado9@gmail.com>

  229. Re: changing width of strings (175 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  230. Re: changing width of strings (54 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  231. Re: changing width of strings (82 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  232. Re: changing width of strings (388 lines)
    From: Cleland, Patricia (EDU) <Patricia.Cleland@ontario.ca>

  233. SYSMIS (178 lines)
    From: Balmer Thomas <Thomas.Balmer@phbern.ch>

  234. Re: SYSMIS (69 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  235. Re: SYSMIS (80 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  236. Re: SYSMIS (380 lines)
    From: Marks, Jim <Jim.Marks@lodgenet.com>

  237. Re: SYSMIS (230 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  238. Re: changing width of strings (238 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  239. Re: changing width of strings (46 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  240. Error when merging multiple Excel spreadsheets into 1 SPSS dataset (101 lines)
    From: Yvonne Montejano <Yvonne.Montejano@tjpc.state.tx.us>

  241. How to add records with missing data for missing observations (47 lines)
    From: Steve West <stevewest07@GMAIL.COM>

  242. Re: How to add records with missing data for missing observations (105 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  243. repeat value labels (38 lines)
    From: J McClure <mc006@pacbell.net>

  244. repeat missing value property (32 lines)
    From: J McClure <mc006@pacbell.net>

  245. Re: Error when merging multiple Excel spreadsheets into 1 SPSS dataset (333 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  246. Re: repeat value labels (119 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  247. Found copy data properties (30 lines)
    From: J McClure <mc006@pacbell.net>

  248. Re: repeat value labels (127 lines)
    From: Peter Link <plink@vapop.ucsd.edu>

  249. Re: repeat missing value property (103 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  250. Fw: R-matrix (56 lines)
    From: jacqueline london <jackieblon@yahoo.com>

  251. How to create an index with ranking question? (34 lines)
    From: Craz_edmoon <craz_edmoon@hotmail.com>

  252. Re: repeat value labels (243 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  253. Re: repeat missing value property (151 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  254. Can OMS catch HETCOR output? (142 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  255. Re: Can OMS catch HETCOR output? (214 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  256. Re: SYSMIS (106 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  257. SOLVED: Can OMS catch HETCOR output? (286 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  258. 17 and 18 output compatibility (21 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  259. Data Access Pack 4.3 (25 lines)
    From: Marcia Aviles <maviles@SPSS.CL>

  260. Fw: repeat missing value property (211 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  261. Re: Fw: R-matrix (83 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  262. Re: How to create an index with ranking question? (71 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  263. Re: How to create an index with ranking question? (184 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  264. Backward elimination in GEE with the new SPSS (20 lines)
    From: amycohn <amycohn@BCS.USF.EDU>

  265. Mixed model ANOVA degrees of freedom (40 lines)
    From: Kambiz <ktavabi@GOOGLEMAIL.COM>

  266. Can Python read .sps files created by versions 16+? (125 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  267. repeating the same graph for different patients (26 lines)
    From: Hans-Christian Stahl <hcstahl@googlemail.com>

  268. Re: repeating the same graph for different patients (52 lines)
    From: Lemon, John S. <j.s.lemon@abdn.ac.uk>

  269. Re: Fw: R-matrix (195 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  270. Re: Can Python read .sps files created by versions 16+? (201 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  271. SOLVED: [SPSSX-L] Can Python read .sps files created by versions 16+? (281 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  272. Re: SOLVED: [SPSSX-L] Can Python read .sps files created by versions 16+? (261 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  273. Re: Mixed model ANOVA degrees of freedom (109 lines)
    From: Alex Reutter <areutter@us.ibm.com>

  274. Re: Backward elimination in GEE with the new SPSS (91 lines)
    From: Alex Reutter <areutter@us.ibm.com>

  275. Seeking SPSS Syntax Programmer (Consultant Opportunity) (227 lines)
    From: Avonia Richardson-Miller <arichardsonmiller@diversityinc.com>

  276. Re: Seeking SPSS Syntax Programmer (Consultant Opportunity) (68 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  277. Re: Seeking SPSS Syntax Programmer (Consultant Opportunity) (142 lines)
    From: Samizard Dot <sarc.dot@gmail.com>

  278. Re: Seeking SPSS Syntax Programmer (Consultant Opportunity) (148 lines)
    From: Statisticsdoc Consulting <statisticsdoc@cox.net>

  279. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 22 Jul 2010 to 23 Jul 2010 (#2010-206) (24 lines)
    From: Kristen Nelson <kmnelson@illinoismutual.com>

  280. Re: Mixed model ANOVA degrees of freedom (178 lines)
    From: Kambiz <ktavabi@GOOGLEMAIL.COM>

  281. Re: How to create an index with ranking question? (23 lines)
    From: Craz_edmoon <craz_edmoon@hotmail.com>

  282. Re: How to create an index with ranking question? (24 lines)
    From: Craz_edmoon <craz_edmoon@hotmail.com>

  283. Re: Mixed model ANOVA degrees of freedom (232 lines)
    From: Alex Reutter <areutter@us.ibm.com>

  284. problem with missing cases in Multiple Response (74 lines)
    From: Pat C <spiceweasel779@gmail.com>

  285. =?us-ascii?Q?Re=3A=20problem=20with=20missing=20cases=20in=20Multiple=20Response?= (110 lines)
    From: =?us-ascii?Q?Jerabek=20Jindrich?= <JindraJerabek@seznam.cz>

  286. Re: problem with missing cases in Multiple Response (120 lines)
    From: Pat C <spiceweasel779@gmail.com>

  287. SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (55 lines)
    From: Ratna Wynn <ratnawynn@gmail.com>

  288. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (66 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  289. Problem with INCLUDE in SPSS 17.0 (35 lines)
    From: Sam Michalowski <sam.michalowski@CSI.CUNY.EDU>

  290. Re: Problem with INCLUDE in SPSS 17.0 (95 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  291. comparing participant and excluded participant characteristics (130 lines)
    From: Karen Lewis <karen.watkinslewis@att.net>

  292. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (118 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  293. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (112 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  294. ID variable (33 lines)
    From: Sam Ballard <sballard@SDCCD.EDU>

  295. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (128 lines)
    From: Wilhelm Landerholm | Queue <wl@qsweden.com>

  296. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (240 lines)
    From: Roberts, Michael <Michael.Roberts@ahca.myflorida.com>

  297. Re: ID variable (71 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  298. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (56 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  299. Re: comparing participant and excluded participant characteristics (52 lines)
    From: Steve Simon, P.Mean Consulting <net@pmean.com>

  300. Re: ID variable (78 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  301. Re: comparing participant and excluded participant characteristics (82 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  302. Buggy behavior (89 lines)
    From: D.R. Wahlgren <dwahlgren@projects.sdsu.edu>

  303. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (75 lines)
    From: Roberts, Michael <Michael.Roberts@ahca.myflorida.com>

  304. question about model testing (141 lines)
    From: Hemmerich, Joshua [BSD] - MED <jhemmeri@MEDICINE.BSD.UCHICAGO.EDU>

  305. Re: question about model testing (68 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  306. Re: comparing participant and excluded participant characteristics (226 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  307. LVCF (80 lines)
    From: Margaret Wallen <margaret1962anne@live.com.au>

  308. Re: LVCF (52 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  309. Re: comparing participant and excluded participant characteristics (530 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  310. CATPCA Questions (46 lines)
    From: cjbc <spp_32@hotmail.com>

  311. Re: CATPCA Questions (89 lines)
    From: Hector Maletta <hmaletta@fibertel.com.ar>

  312. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (141 lines)
    From: Ratna Wynn <ratnawynn@gmail.com>

  313. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (92 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  314. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (296 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  315. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (396 lines)
    From: =?windows-1257?Q?M=E2rti=F2=F0_Vanags?= <Martins.Vanags@dpa.lv>

  316. Re: SPSS Version 18 - ability to copy/paste variable names and labels (489 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  317. Interpreting 2x2 and 2x3 chi-square - some reassurance please! (79 lines)
    From: SPSSassasin <tommccarthyirl@gmail.com>

  318. Re: Interpreting 2x2 and 2x3 chi-square - some reassurance please! (352 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  319. Re: Interpreting 2x2 and 2x3 chi-square - some reassurance please! (63 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  320. Re: Interpreting 2x2 and 2x3 chi-square - some reassurance please! (205 lines)
    From: SPSSassasin <tommccarthyirl@gmail.com>

  321. Dates with yyyy-mm-dd format (20 lines)
    From: Tim Graettinger <tgraettinger@DISCOVERYCORPSINC.COM>

  322. Re: Dates with yyyy-mm-dd format (145 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  323. Re: Dates with yyyy-mm-dd format (124 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  324. When to treat variables as continuous variables? (102 lines)
    From: Faiz Rasool <faiz7r@gmail.com>

  325. Re: Dates with yyyy-mm-dd format (16 lines)
    From: Tim Graettinger <tgraettinger@DISCOVERYCORPSINC.COM>

  326. Re: Interpreting 2x2 and 2x3 chi-square - some reassurance please! (97 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  327. Re: When to treat variables as continuous variables? (250 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  328. how to open SPSS DATA FILE SPSS for Unix Release 6.1 (1 3.2) (38 lines)
    From: P.van Groenestijn <P.vanGroenestijn@MAW.RU.NL>

  329. Problem with Odds Ratio (46 lines)
    From: Kathy K <kspss.2010@GMAIL.COM>

  330. Re: Problem with Odds Ratio (47 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  331. Re: LVCF (75 lines)
    From: hillel vardi <hilel@BGU.AC.IL>

  332. Re: When to treat variables as continuous variables? (267 lines)
    From: Martin Holt <m861holt@btinternet.com>

  333. Combining Results of Surveys with Slightly Different Questions (429 lines)
    From: Heidi Green <Heidi@MackenzieCorp.com>

  334. Re: When to treat variables as continuous variables? (146 lines)
    From: David Greenberg <dg4@nyu.edu>

  335. Re: Combining Results of Surveys with Slightly Different Questions (423 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  336. grouping and sequencing cases (106 lines)
    From: Tufayel Chowdhury <tufayel_02@yahoo.com>

  337. Re: Combining Results of Surveys with Slightly Different Questions (142 lines)
    From: Mircea Comsa <mcomsa@socasis.ubbcluj.ro>

  338. Automatic reply: Combining Results of Surveys with Slightly Different Questions (99 lines)
    From: Han, Joanne <jtse@unex.ucla.edu>

  339. Re: grouping and sequencing cases (611 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  340. Re: LVCF (53 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  341. Re: When to treat variables as continuous variables? (73 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  342. Re: LVCF (81 lines)
    From: Melissa Ives <mives@chestnut.org>

  343. Re: Trying to save comma-quote file (86 lines)
    From: djhurio <Martins.Liberts@gmail.com>

  344. Mimic SPSS 'to' keyword in Python (139 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  345. Re: Trying to save comma-quote file (222 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  346. Re: When to treat variables as continuous variables? (232 lines)
    From: Martin Holt <martinholt42@YAHOO.CO.UK>

  347. Handbook of Survey Research and SPSS Survival Manual (New editions) (134 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  348. Re: Mimic SPSS 'to' keyword in Python (197 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  349. Re: Trying to save comma-quote file (481 lines)
    From: djhurio <Martins.Liberts@gmail.com>

  350. Re: Trying to save comma-quote file (422 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  351. Comparing spearman correlations (24 lines)
    From: Gene Maguin <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  352. Re: Handbook of Survey Research and SPSS Survival Manual (New editions) (71 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  353. Re: When to treat variables as continuous variables? (101 lines)
    From: Ryan Black <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  354. Re: Trying to save comma-quote file (302 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  355. Re: Comparing spearman correlations (64 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  356. Re: Comparing spearman correlations (198 lines)
    From: Alexander J. Shackman <shackman@wisc.edu>

  357. Re: Handbook of Survey Research and SPSS Survival Manual (New editions) (279 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  358. Re: Handbook of Survey Research and SPSS Survival Manual (New editions) (195 lines)
    From: Melissa Ives <mives@chestnut.org>

  359. inexpensive 'home' version? (20 lines)
    From: Peter A. Neenan, Ph.D. <pneenan@ix.netcom.com>

  360. Re: inexpensive 'home' version? (63 lines)
    From: SR Millis <srmillis@yahoo.com>

  361. Re: inexpensive 'home' version? (62 lines)
    From: Bob Schacht <Robert.Schacht@NAU.EDU>

  362. Re: inexpensive 'home' version? (59 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  363. Re: inexpensive 'home' version? (101 lines)
    From: SR Millis <srmillis@yahoo.com>

  364. Re: inexpensive 'home' version? (58 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  365. Generate permutations (52 lines)
    From: Snuffy Dog <snuffythespssdog@gmail.com>

  366. Re: grouping and sequencing cases (306 lines)
    From: Tufayel Chowdhury <tufayel_02@yahoo.com>

  367. Re: Buggy behavior (115 lines)
    From: D.R. Wahlgren <dwahlgren@projects.sdsu.edu>

  368. Re: Buggy behavior (316 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  369. Re: Generate permutations (111 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  370. Re: inexpensive 'home' version? (110 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  371. Re: inexpensive 'home' version? (178 lines)
    From: Ruben van den Berg <ruben_van_den_berg@hotmail.com>

  372. Re: inexpensive 'home' version? (151 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

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