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SPSSX-L archives – March 2012

  1. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 28 Feb 2012 to 29 Feb 2012 (#2012-60) (111 lines)
    From: Michael J. Toner <mtoner13@temple.edu>

  2. MACRO (58 lines)
    From: deepanshu bhalla <deepanshu_bhalla@yahoo.com>

  3. Re: MACRO (88 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  4. Re: MACRO (84 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  5. Re: MACRO (166 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  6. Can someone help me with logistic regression??? I'm really stuck (35 lines)
    From: sdh23 <sdh23@SUSSEX.AC.UK>

  7. Re: Can someone help me with logistic regression??? I'm really stuck (55 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  8. help for statistics questions [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED] (258 lines)
    From: Gosse, Michelle <Michelle.Gosse@foodstandards.gov.au>

  9. Re: MACRO (117 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  10. Re: MACRO (101 lines)
    From: Albert-Jan Roskam <fomcl@yahoo.com>

  11. Re: Can someone help me with logistic regression??? I'm really stuck (90 lines)
    From: G David Garson <david_garson@NCSU.EDU>

  12. chi square.. i think? (49 lines)
    From: pleasehelp <mccleac@TCD.IE>

  13. Re: AMOS error: moment matrix is not positive definite (88 lines)
    From: Nabaneeta Saha <nsaha6@gmail.com>

  14. Java library for export .sav (29 lines)
    From: Pål Fugelli <pal.fugelli@usit.uio.no>

  15. Re: chi square.. i think? (69 lines)
    From: Marta García-Granero <mgarciagranero@gmail.com>

  16. Re: chi square.. i think? (270 lines)
    From: R B <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  17. Re: chi square.. i think? (541 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  18. Re: Weighting in GENLINMIXED (331 lines)
    From: R B <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  19. Re: Weighting in GENLINMIXED (475 lines)
    From: Hector Maletta <hmaletta@fibertel.com.ar>

  20. factor analysis for binary responses (40 lines)
    From: Eins Bernardo <einsbernardo@yahoo.com.ph>

  21. PASTE BUTTON (45 lines)
    From: Rajeshms <getrajeshms@gmail.com>

  22. Re: PASTE BUTTON (54 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  23. News from the SPSS Community (141 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  24. Re: PASTE BUTTON (58 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  25. Creating a numeric ID from name and surnames of cases (56 lines)
    From: Pancho Mulongeni <p.mulongeni@NAMIBIA.PHARMACCESS.ORG>

  26. Re: Creating a numeric ID from name and surnames of cases (146 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  27. Using title and subtitle in macro (40 lines)
    From: BBH123 <bethanyhumphreys@gmail.com>

  28. Automatic reply: Using title and subtitle in macro (130 lines)
    From: Tierney, Mary Lou <mltierney@mitre.org>

  29. DATIC summer workshops- Spaces still available for Modern Approaches to Missing Data, Structural Equation Modeling (SEM), and Dyadic Analysis Using SEM (342 lines)
    From: Mccoach, D. Betsy <betsy.mccoach@uconn.edu>

  30. Littles MCAR test (27 lines)
    From: blazeaylmer <blazeaylmer@GMAIL.COM>

  31. New tutorials on MULT RESPONSE (in syntax) {and a new page on Mark Abrams] (219 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  32. Re: OMS in non-English versions (96 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  33. Re: New tutorials on MULT RESPONSE (in syntax) {and a new page on Mark Abrams] (386 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  34. calculating a duration variable (27 lines)
    From: Jordan Kennedy <jordank675@GMAIL.COM>

  35. Re: calculating a duration variable (58 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  36. Re: calculating a duration variable (88 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  37. Re: calculating a duration variable (54 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  38. Include file problem. (71 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  39. Re: Include file problem. (130 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  40. CONDITIONAL MACRO (125 lines)
    From: deepanshu bhalla <deepanshu_bhalla@yahoo.com>

  41. Re: Include file problem. (92 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  42. Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (68 lines)
    From: Mark Webb <targetlinkmark@gmail.com>

  43. Re: Include file problem. (31 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  44. Re: Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (202 lines)
    From: Melissa Ives <mives@chestnut.org>

  45. Re: Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (301 lines)
    From: Mark Webb <targetlinkmark@gmail.com>

  46. syntax for contrasts (46 lines)
    From: Keli Saporta <kelisa@OPENU.AC.IL>

  47. Re: syntax for contrasts (69 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  48. Re: Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (133 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  49. Re: Saving to multiple Excel sheets (135 lines)
    From: Keith Howey <KHowey@commonground.org>

  50. Version 20 erratic application of graph templates (33 lines)
    From: Ian Martin <ianmartin@mac.com>

  51. R in SPSS (46 lines)
    From: Rajeshms <getrajeshms@gmail.com>

  52. Re: syntax for contrasts (79 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  53. Re: syntax for contrasts (98 lines)
    From: Keli Saporta <kelisa@OPENU.AC.IL>

  54. Re: Version 20 erratic application of graph templates (61 lines)
    From: John Fiedler <johnfiedler@oreon.net>

  55. Re: R in SPSS (103 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  56. problems downloading Essentials for R for Windows for v19 from IBM (169 lines)
    From: Cleland, Patricia (EDU) <Patricia.Cleland@ontario.ca>

  57. Why is this? (26 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  58. Re: CONDITIONAL MACRO (92 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  59. Re: New tutorials on MULT RESPONSE (in syntax) (3397 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  60. Re: New tutorials on MULT RESPONSE (in syntax) (3000 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  61. OT Fwd: [APA] Free Access to Volumes 1 - 20 of Applied Psychological Measurement (73 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  62. Re: Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (157 lines)
    From: Melissa Ives <mives@chestnut.org>

  63. Re: Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (232 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  64. Re: Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (223 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  65. Re: Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (123 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  66. Re: Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (224 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  67. change case on variable labels (25 lines)
    From: David Wright <coxspss@cox.net>

  68. Re: change case on variable labels (105 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  69. Re: change case on variable labels (49 lines)
    From: Lemon, John <j.s.lemon@abdn.ac.uk>

  70. Thank You All Re: Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (515 lines)
    From: Mark Webb <targetlinkmark@gmail.com>

  71. Re: change case on variable labels (54 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  72. Re: CONDITIONAL MACRO (141 lines)
    From: deepanshu bhalla <deepanshu_bhalla@yahoo.com>

  73. Re: CONDITIONAL MACRO (173 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  74. Re: change case on variable labels (140 lines)
    From: David Wright <coxspss@cox.net>

  75. Re: CONDITIONAL MACRO (149 lines)
    From: deepanshu bhalla <deepanshu_bhalla@yahoo.com>

  76. Thank You All Re: Running syntax [*.sps] from within another syntax file - how to do? (523 lines)
    From: Mark Webb <targetlinkmark@gmail.com>

  77. Re: CONDITIONAL MACRO (207 lines)
    From: deepanshu bhalla <deepanshu_bhalla@yahoo.com>

  78. Online Statistics Courses start March 16th. (36 lines)
    From: Dorothy Middleton <courses@statcourse.com>

  79. Re: Online Statistics Courses start March 16th. (96 lines)
    From: Hrayr Wannis <hrayrwannis@gmail.com>

  80. Using a variable or cell in a Save file name (134 lines)
    From: Keith Howey <KHowey@commonground.org>

  81. Re: Using a variable or cell in a Save file name (133 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  82. OT Fwd: [APA] New applets for teaching confidence intervals (54 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  83. filtering a missing (29 lines)
    From: Rodrigo Briceño <rjbriceno@gmail.com>

  84. Re: filtering a missing (54 lines)
    From: Gary Rosin <grosin@stcl.edu>

  85. Re: filtering a missing (66 lines)
    From: Jeffrey Gardner <JGardner@rejis.org>

  86. Re: filtering a missing (CORRECTION) (52 lines)
    From: Gary Rosin <grosin@stcl.edu>

  87. Re: Using a variable or cell in a Save file name (150 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  88. Re: Using a variable or cell in a Save file name (176 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  89. Re: Using a variable or cell in a Save file name (252 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  90. Re: syntax for contrasts (282 lines)
    From: R B <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  91. Re: Using a variable or cell in a Save file name (200 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  92. Re: Using a variable or cell in a Save file name (219 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  93. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 7 Mar 2012 to 8 Mar 2012 (#2012-67) (96 lines)
    From: Rosemarie S. Wolfe <Rosemarie.S.Wolfe@dartmouth.edu>

  94. Re: Using a variable or cell in a Save file name (231 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  95. Statistics 20 freezes when executing Python extension commands (53 lines)
    From: Andreas Voelp <andreas.voelp@gmx.de>

  96. SPSS and R (67 lines)
    From: Rajeshms <getrajeshms@gmail.com>

  97. Python extension command / reload Python code (108 lines)
    From: Wackerow, Joachim <Joachim.Wackerow@gesis.org>

  98. Re: Python extension command / reload Python code (139 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  99. Re: Using a variable or cell in a Save file name (216 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  100. Re: Python extension command / reload Python code (300 lines)
    From: Wackerow, Joachim <Joachim.Wackerow@gesis.org>

  101. Re: Using a variable or cell in a Save file name (374 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  102. Re: syntax for contrasts (146 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  103. Re: syntax for contrasts (167 lines)
    From: Ryan Black <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  104. Re: syntax for contrasts (221 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  105. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 8 Mar 2012 to 9 Mar 2012 (#2012-68) (20 lines)
    From: Schultz, Lisa <Lisa.Schultz@experian.com>

  106. Power Analysis Nested ANOVA (45 lines)
    From: DP_Sydney <portellidean@hotmail.com>

  107. Automatic reply: Power Analysis Nested ANOVA (116 lines)
    From: Looman, Wendy <wlooman@benrose.org>

  108. Re: Power Analysis Nested ANOVA (211 lines)
    From: Max Jasper <MaxJasper@shaw.ca>

  109. Re: XSAVE/WRITE (44 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  110. XSAVE/WRITE (37 lines)
    From: Sandy <davidsandy.88@GMAIL.COM>

  111. Factor Analysis (226 lines)
    From: DorraJ Oet <love_u_endlessly@hotmail.com>

  112. Re: Power Analysis Nested ANOVA (70 lines)
    From: Marta García-Granero <mgarciagranero@gmail.com>

  113. GENLIN (150 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  114. Automatic reply: GENLIN (19 lines)
    From: Joanne Fennessey <jmf@jhu.edu>

  115. Re: Factor Analysis (532 lines)
    From: Rich Ulrich <rich-ulrich@live.com>

  116. Automatic reply: Factor Analysis (58 lines)
    From: Buhi, Eric <ebuhi@health.usf.edu>

  117. Re: GENLIN (182 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  118. Re: GENLIN (29 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  119. Can I improve my R squared and Adjusted R Squared values in my multiple regression model with existing data? (26 lines)
    From: sdh23 <sdh23@SUSSEX.AC.UK>

  120. Re: Can I improve my R squared and Adjusted R Squared values in my multiple regression model with existing data? (40 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  121. Window Position (63 lines)
    From: J Sutar <jsutar@gmail.com>

  122. Re: Window Position (143 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  123. Question about spssaux2 and V20 (269 lines)
    From: Bibel, Daniel (POL) <daniel.bibel@state.ma.us>

  124. Re: Question about spssaux2 and V20 (216 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  125. Re: New tutorials on MULT RESPONSE (in syntax) (1095 lines)
    From: ftr <news.ftr@free.fr>

  126. Re: New tutorials on MULT RESPONSE (in syntax) (1119 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  127. Re: New tutorials on MULT RESPONSE (in syntax) (1130 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  128. Re: New tutorials on MULT RESPONSE (in syntax) (123 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  129. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 12 Mar 2012 to 13 Mar 2012 (#2012-72) (101 lines)
    From: Alan Elliott <Alan.Elliott@UTSouthwestern.edu>

  130. Customization of SPSS (49 lines)
    From: Rajeshms <getrajeshms@gmail.com>

  131. Active dataset (47 lines)
    From: Rajeshms <getrajeshms@gmail.com>

  132. Re: Active dataset (45 lines)
    From: Andreas Voelp <andreas.voelp@gmx.de>

  133. Re: Active dataset (140 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  134. Regression with sampling weights (45 lines)
    From: Patsousasilva <pat.sousa.silva@GMAIL.COM>

  135. Re: Active dataset (174 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  136. Re: Regression with sampling weights (62 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  137. In support of CTABLES (861 lines)
    From: ViAnn Beadle <vab88011@gmail.com>

  138. Modern Modeling Methods Conference 2012 (127 lines)
    From: Mccoach, D. Betsy <betsy.mccoach@uconn.edu>

  139. Re: In support of CTABLES (982 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  140. doubt about realibility analysis (40 lines)
    From: Rodrigo Briceño <rjbriceno@gmail.com>

  141. Re: doubt about reliability analysis (57 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  142. Re: doubt about reliability analysis (70 lines)
    From: Rodrigo Briceño <rjbriceno@gmail.com>

  143. Re: doubt about realibility analysis (98 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  144. Re: doubt about reliability analysis (149 lines)
    From: Rich Ulrich <rich-ulrich@live.com>

  145. Automatic reply: doubt about reliability analysis (68 lines)
    From: Sarraf, Shimon Aaron <ssarraf@indiana.edu>

  146. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 13 Mar 2012 to 14 Mar 2012 (#2012-73) (102 lines)
    From: Alan Elliott <Alan.Elliott@UTSouthwestern.edu>

  147. Re: doubt about reliability analysis (409 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  148. Re: In support of CTABLES (1393 lines)
    From: Raffe, Sydelle, SSA <DRaffe@acgov.org>

  149. multiple imputation:pooled data (32 lines)
    From: mariaspinelli <spinelli.maria@yahoo.it>

  150. Re: doubt about reliability analysis (1509 lines)
    From: Baker, Harley <Harley.Baker@csuci.edu>

  151. Re: doubt about reliability analysis (632 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  152. Re: multiple imputation:pooled data (58 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  153. Re: multiple imputation:pooled data (78 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  154. Re: multiple imputation:pooled data (100 lines)
    From: Swank, Paul R <Paul.R.Swank@uth.tmc.edu>

  155. Re: multiple imputation:pooled data (111 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  156. Re: In support of CTABLES (52 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  157. modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (88 lines)
    From: Parise, Carol A. <PariseC@sutterhealth.org>

  158. Re: modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (133 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  159. Memory Usage Error in Win64 version of SPSS 19 (222 lines)
    From: Catherine Kubitschek <Catherine.A.Kubitschek.2@nd.edu>

  160. Re: modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (183 lines)
    From: Parise, Carol A. <PariseC@sutterhealth.org>

  161. Re: modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (203 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  162. Re: Memory Usage Error in Win64 version of SPSS 19 (249 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  163. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 14 Mar 2012 to 15 Mar 2012 (#2012-74) (74 lines)
    From: Gwen Garrison <ggarrison@aamc.org>

  164. Re: In support of CTABLES (883 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  165. Re: In support of CTABLES (317 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  166. Re: doubt about reliability analysis (808 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  167. SPSS in Chinese (193 lines)
    From: Haase, Heino, Springer DE <Heino.Haase@SPRINGER.COM>

  168. Re: In support of CTABLES (1068 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  169. Re: SPSS in Chinese (121 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  170. Re: SPSS in Chinese (155 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  171. Re: SPSS in Chinese (195 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  172. Re: multiple imputation:pooled data (376 lines)
    From: mariaspinelli <spinelli.maria@yahoo.it>

  173. Re: multiple imputation:pooled data (147 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  174. Re: In support of CTABLES (1454 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  175. Re: modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (312 lines)
    From: Parise, Carol A. <PariseC@sutterhealth.org>

  176. Re: In support of CTABLES (1474 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  177. Re: multiple imputation:pooled data (170 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  178. Re: multiple imputation:pooled data (617 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  179. Re: In support of CTABLES (1459 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  180. Re: In support of CTABLES (724 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  181. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 15 Mar 2012 to 16 Mar 2012 - Special issue (#2012-75) (29 lines)
    From: Kristen Nelson <kmnelson@illinoismutual.com>

  182. Re: In support of CTABLES (1131 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  183. Re: In support of CTABLES (1207 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  184. Re: In support of CTABLES (850 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  185. Re: In support of CTABLES (1324 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  186. variable computation help (55 lines)
    From: leah rubin <lhr1807@gmail.com>

  187. Re: variable computation help (49 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  188. Re: In support of CTABLES (1170 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  189. The Khan Academy (40 lines)
    From: Geoffrey Hubona <ghubona@gmail.com>

  190. Re: In support of CTABLES (41 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  191. Re: In support of CTABLES (407 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  192. Re: modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (34 lines)
    From: Andy W <apwheele@gmail.com>

  193. Re: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (52 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  194. Re: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (66 lines)
    From: Ryan Black <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  195. Re: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (141 lines)
    From: R B <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  196. SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (30 lines)
    From: vishal <vsuthar28@HOTMAIL.COM>

  197. Re: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (234 lines)
    From: R B <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  198. Automatic reply: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (103 lines)
    From: Matthew Fuller-Tyszkiewicz <matthew.fuller-tyszkiewicz@deakin.edu.au>

  199. Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (28 lines)
    From: Meg <ssrini24@YAHOO.COM>

  200. Re: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (67 lines)
    From: Hector Maletta <hmaletta@fibertel.com.ar>

  201. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (80 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  202. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (57 lines)
    From: meteora100 <ssrini24@yahoo.com>

  203. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (70 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  204. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (208 lines)
    From: Michael Palij <mp26@nyu.edu>

  205. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (116 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  206. Re: In support of CTABLES (7420 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  207. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (33 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  208. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (27 lines)
    From: meteora100 <ssrini24@yahoo.com>

  209. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (27 lines)
    From: meteora100 <ssrini24@yahoo.com>

  210. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (27 lines)
    From: meteora100 <ssrini24@yahoo.com>

  211. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (128 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  212. Re: In support of CTABLES (4815 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  213. Automatic reply: In support of CTABLES (57 lines)
    From: Buhi, Eric <ebuhi@health.usf.edu>

  214. Re: SPSS in Chinese (38 lines)
    From: jonpedersen <jon.pedersen@fafo.no>

  215. Re: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (82 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  216. Re: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (95 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  217. Re: Determinant of Correlation Matrix is 0 (88 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  218. Re: In support of CTABLES (962 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  219. contrasts, again (241 lines)
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  220. Re: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (71 lines)
    From: vishal <vsuthar28@HOTMAIL.COM>

  221. Re: Memory Usage Error in Win64 version of SPSS 19 (369 lines)
    From: Catherine Kubitschek <Catherine.A.Kubitschek.2@nd.edu>

  222. FW: random sample of cases by groups (1220 lines)
    From: Joan Casellas <jcasellasvega@HOTMAIL.CO.UK>

  223. Re: random sample of cases by groups (1188 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  224. Re: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (75 lines)
    From: Hector Maletta <hmaletta@fibertel.com.ar>

  225. Automatic reply: SPSS: random effect in multivariate logistic regression (46 lines)
    From: Jennifer S. Randolph <Jennifer.S.Randolph@dartmouth.edu>

  226. Re: FW: random sample of cases by groups (277 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  227. Automatic reply: FW: random sample of cases by groups (49 lines)
    From: MacGillivary Heather L <hmacgill@jeffco.k12.co.us>

  228. Re: random sample of cases by groups (1577 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  229. Nonparametric output (34 lines)
    From: JeremyT <JeremycThomason@gmail.com>

  230. factor analysis with dichotomous (yes/no) and ordinal variables (60 lines)
    From: Phil Higgins, MSW, LICSW <higginpl@BC.EDU>

  231. Re: random sample of cases by groups (1417 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  232. Re: factor analysis with dichotomous (yes/no) and ordinal variables (126 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  233. Re: Need Help - SPSS (Quota Balance) (167 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  234. Re: Need Help - SPSS (Quota Balance) (69 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  235. Re: factor analysis with dichotomous (yes/no) and ordinal variables (141 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  236. Re: Need Help - SPSS (Quota Balance) (328 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  237. Re: Need Help - SPSS (Quota Balance) (207 lines)
    From: Gaurav Srivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  238. Re: Need Help - SPSS (Quota Balance) (278 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  239. Pipe Delimited (118 lines)
    From: Stimpson, Matt <mstimpson@performahe.com>

  240. Re: Pipe Delimited (78 lines)
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  241. Re: Pipe Delimited (78 lines)
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  242. Re: Pipe Delimited (89 lines)
    From: Stimpson, Matt <mstimpson@performahe.com>

  243. Re: Pipe Delimited (112 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  244. Re: modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (49 lines)
    From: Parise, Carol A. <PariseC@sutterhealth.org>

  245. Re: modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (88 lines)
    From: ViAnn Beadle <vab88011@gmail.com>

  246. Re: modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (80 lines)
    From: Andy W <apwheele@gmail.com>

  247. Re: modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (159 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  248. looping (107 lines)
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  249. Looping (164 lines)
    From: Sandy David <davidsandy.88@GMAIL.COM>

  250. Re: looping (98 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  251. Re: looping (30 lines)
    From: Sandy <davidsandy.88@gmail.com>

  252. Re: looping (126 lines)
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  253. Re: looping (134 lines)
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  254. Re: looping (26 lines)
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  255. Re: looping (220 lines)
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  256. Re: looping (73 lines)
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  257. Re: looping (116 lines)
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  258. Re: looping (49 lines)
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  259. Re: looping (119 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  260. Re: looping (73 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  261. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 20 Mar 2012 to 21 Mar 2012 (#2012-81) (111 lines)
    From: Gwen Garrison <ggarrison@aamc.org>

  262. conditional compute within a macro (202 lines)
    From: Beckstead, Jason <jbeckste@health.usf.edu>

  263. Re: conditional compute within a macro (239 lines)
    From: Jim Marks <Jim.T.Marks@kp.org>

  264. Re: conditional compute within a macro (82 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  265. Re: conditional compute within a macro (254 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  266. Re: conditional compute within a macro (137 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  267. Paneled scatterplots with ggraph (33 lines)
    From: J Otterstedt <jotterst@uoregon.edu>

  268. Re: Paneled scatterplots with ggraph (55 lines)
    From: ViAnn Beadle <vab88011@gmail.com>

  269. Re: modifying default cell properties for pivot tables (250 lines)
    From: Parise, Carol A. <PariseC@sutterhealth.org>

  270. converting date (132 lines)
    From: Stella Vasquez <SVasquez@azdjc.gov>

  271. Re: converting date (119 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  272. Re: converting date (88 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  273. Re: converting date (61 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  274. linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (48 lines)
    From: tvp <tina_vrsnik@yahoo.com>

  275. Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (216 lines)
    From: Jim Marks <Jim.T.Marks@kp.org>

  276. Re: converting date (84 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  277. Re: converting date (97 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  278. Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (64 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  279. Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (32 lines)
    From: tvp <tina_vrsnik@yahoo.com>

  280. Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (34 lines)
    From: tvp <tina_vrsnik@yahoo.com>

  281. Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (43 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  282. R 2.14 plug in (116 lines)
    From: Kornbrot, Diana <d.e.kornbrot@herts.ac.uk>

  283. Automatic reply: R 2.14 plug in (95 lines)
    From: Edwards, Kevan (MDH) <kevan.edwards@state.mn.us>

  284. Re: R 2.14 plug in (106 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

  285. Conditional logistic regression in SPSS with CoxReg option (36 lines)
    From: Ange <angelavazquezalvarez@yahoo.es>

  286. Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (301 lines)
    From: tvp <tina_vrsnik@yahoo.com>

  287. Re: R 2.14 plug in (93 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  288. Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (37 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  289. Re: Conditional logistic regression in SPSS with CoxReg option (75 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  290. Re: Conditional logistic regression in SPSS with CoxReg option (40 lines)
    From: Ange <angelavazquezalvarez@yahoo.es>

  291. Re: Conditional logistic regression in SPSS with CoxReg option (97 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  292. Re: looping (48 lines)
    From: Sandy <davidsandy.88@gmail.com>

  293. Re: Conditional logistic regression in SPSS with CoxReg option (49 lines)
    From: Anthony Babinec <tbabinec@sbcglobal.net>

  294. Re: looping (62 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  295. Re: Conditional logistic regression in SPSS with CoxReg option (30 lines)
    From: Ange <angelavazquezalvarez@yahoo.es>

  296. Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (66 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  297. Re: Conditional logistic regression in SPSS with CoxReg option (77 lines)
    From: Ange <angelavazquezalvarez@yahoo.es>

  298. Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (110 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  299. Re: linear regression:No variables were entered into the equation. (131 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  300. Re: conditional compute within a macro (213 lines)
    From: Beckstead, Jason <jbeckste@health.usf.edu>

  301. Automatic reply: Re: conditional compute within a macro (92 lines)
    From: Daniel Taylor <Daniel.Taylor@elca.org>

  302. Re: conditional compute within a macro (47 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  303. Regression / Factor Analysis (37 lines)
    From: Sandy <davidsandy.88@gmail.com>

  304. Insufficient Space (42 lines)
    From: Deepanshu Bhalla <deepanshu_bhalla@yahoo.com>

  305. Re: Insufficient Space (23 lines)
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  306. Re: Insufficient Space (39 lines)
    From: Deepanshu Bhalla <deepanshu_bhalla@yahoo.com>

  307. Re: Insufficient Space (55 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  308. Re: Insufficient Space (23 lines)
    From: Deepanshu Bhalla <deepanshu_bhalla@yahoo.com>

  309. Automatic reply: Insufficient Space (102 lines)
    From: Fleming, Katie (DOT) <Katie.Fleming@state.mn.us>

  310. Re: Insufficient Space (32 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  311. Analysis of data of a Randomized Control trial (36 lines)
    From: drakshmamc2811 <drakashmalik28@gmail.com>

  312. Re: Insufficient Space (31 lines)
    From: Deepanshu Bhalla <deepanshu_bhalla@yahoo.com>

  313. factorial repeated measures in GLM vs MIXED procedures. (243 lines)
    From: Beckstead, Jason <jbeckste@health.usf.edu>

  314. Re: Regression / Factor Analysis (95 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  315. Re: Regression / Factor Analysis (41 lines)
    From: deepanshu bhalla <deepanshu_bhalla@yahoo.com>

  316. Re: Insufficient Space (145 lines)
    From: Rich Ulrich <rich-ulrich@live.com>

  317. The early registration deadline for the The Modern Modeling Methods (M3) conference is approaching. (145 lines)
    From: Mccoach, D. Betsy <betsy.mccoach@uconn.edu>

  318. reading matrix data (30 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  319. Re: reading matrix data (55 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  320. Re: Analysis of data of a Randomized Control trial (59 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  321. Automatic reply: Analysis of data of a Randomized Control trial (108 lines)
    From: Ebru Elif Gokcek (Risk Yonetimi) <EbruGo@garanti.com.tr>

  322. Re: Analysis of data of a Randomized Control trial (74 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  323. Re: reading matrix data (77 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  324. replace missing values (79 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  325. Re: replace missing values (106 lines)
    From: Marta García-Granero <mgarciagranero@gmail.com>

  326. Re: replace missing values (213 lines)
    From: Dawn Wiest <DWiest@mail.acponline.org>

  327. Re: replace missing values (322 lines)
    From: =?UTF-8?B?TWFydGEgR2FyY8OtYS1HcmFuZXJv?= <mgarciagranero@gmail.com>

  328. Re: replace missing values (251 lines)
    From: Dawn Wiest <DWiest@mail.acponline.org>

  329. Re: replace missing values (28 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  330. SPSS tutorials "by beginners for beginners" especially in Sociology (156 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  331. Re: factorial repeated measures in GLM vs MIXED procedures. (229 lines)
    From: Ryan Black <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  332. No menu bar on SPSS19, Win7. Help Please? (36 lines)
    From: jake2000 <douap759@YAHOO.COM.HK>

  333. question (40 lines)
    From: joost <joost.janssen76@GMAIL.COM>

  334. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 26 Mar 2012 to 27 Mar 2012 (#2012-87) (25 lines)
    From: Carikcioglu, Ilker <Ilker.Carikcioglu@Bain.com>

  335. SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (52 lines)
    From: GauravSrivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  336. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (92 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  337. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (257 lines)
    From: GauravSrivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  338. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (142 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  339. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (172 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  340. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (403 lines)
    From: GauravSrivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  341. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (217 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  342. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (388 lines)
    From: Gaurav Srivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  343. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (194 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  344. Summing a variable. (57 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  345. Re: Summing a variable. (63 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  346. Re: Summing a variable. (147 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  347. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (396 lines)
    From: ViAnn Beadle <vab88011@gmail.com>

  348. Re: question (66 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  349. Re: Summing a variable. (27 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  350. Re: Summing a variable. (196 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  351. Re: question (94 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  352. Re: Summing a variable. (44 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  353. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (352 lines)
    From: GauravSrivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  354. IIA test (or Hausman test) in SPSS (27 lines)
    From: Ange <angelavazquezalvarez@yahoo.es>

  355. Re: Summing a variable. (49 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  356. Re: IIA test (or Hausman test) in SPSS (63 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  357. Re: IIA test (or Hausman test) in SPSS (62 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  358. Re: IIA test (or Hausman test) in SPSS (82 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  359. Re: IIA test (or Hausman test) in SPSS (85 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  360. Need Help (28 lines)
    From: Partha Sinha <pnsinha68@gmail.com>

  361. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (155 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  362. Re: IIA test (or Hausman test) in SPSS (98 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  363. Re: Summing a variable. (40 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  364. SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (65 lines)
    From: GauravSrivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  365. Re: Summing a variable. (62 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  366. Re: question (107 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  367. Automatic reply: SPSSX-L Digest - 26 Mar 2012 to 27 Mar 2012 (#2012-87) (38 lines)
    From: Carikcioglu, Ilker <Ilker.Carikcioglu@Bain.com>

  368. Calculating the difference between cases (502 lines)
    From: Veena Nambiar <VNambiar@cde.ca.gov>

  369. Re: Summing a variable. (58 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  370. Re: Summing a variable. (160 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  371. Re: question (135 lines)
    From: Rich Ulrich <rich-ulrich@live.com>

  372. Re: IIA test (or Hausman test) in SPSS (76 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  373. Re: IIA test (or Hausman test) in SPSS (95 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  374. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (287 lines)
    From: GauravSrivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  375. Re: factorial repeated measures in GLM vs MIXED procedures. (260 lines)
    From: Ryan Black <ryan.andrew.black@gmail.com>

  376. Summing a variable. (70 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  377. Re: Summing a variable. (57 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  378. No menu bar on SPSS19, Win7. Help Please? (49 lines)
    From: jake2000 <douap759@YAHOO.COM.HK>

  379. Re: Summing a variable. (209 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  380. Re: IIA test (or Hausman test) in SPSS (75 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  381. Database Management Help (32 lines)
    From: Michael, Paul G. <mich0231@pacificu.edu>

  382. Re: Database Management Help (58 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  383. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (439 lines)
    From: GauravSrivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  384. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (402 lines)
    From: ViAnn Beadle <vab88011@gmail.com>

  385. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (147 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  386. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (381 lines)
    From: GauravSrivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  387. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (225 lines)
    From: Art Kendall <Art@DrKendall.org>

  388. Re: question (79 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  389. IIA test (or Hausman test) in SPSS (40 lines)
    From: Ange <angelavazquezalvarez@yahoo.es>

  390. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (444 lines)
    From: Gaurav Srivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  391. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (105 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  392. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (207 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  393. SAS to SPSS (25 lines)
    From: Scott Roesch <scroesch@sciences.sdsu.edu>

  394. Re: SPSS data file to ASCII card data file (185 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  395. Re: Summing a variable. (76 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  396. Need Help (41 lines)
    From: Partha Sinha <pnsinha68@gmail.com>

  397. Re: Database Management Help (111 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  398. Re: SAS to SPSS (63 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  399. Re: Database Management Help (79 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  400. Re: Database Management Help (93 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  401. Re: Need Help (50 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  402. Re: Database Management Help (114 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  403. Re: Database Management Help (126 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  404. question (53 lines)
    From: joost <joost.janssen76@GMAIL.COM>

  405. Re: Database Management Help (148 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  406. Re: Database Management Help (196 lines)
    From: Michael, Paul G. <mich0231@pacificu.edu>

  407. Re: Summing a variable. (31 lines)
    From: drfg2008 <kontakt@datest.de>

  408. Re: SPSS (33 lines)
    From: muthu kkumaran <muthu_malar@yahoo.com>

  409. SPSS: String to date? (113 lines)
    From: William Adams <adamsw@uic.edu>

  410. Re: Database Management Help (272 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  411. Question regarding linking data (45 lines)
    From: stace swayne <jladyl@yahoo.com>

  412. Re: SPSS: String to date? (98 lines)
    From: Rick Oliver <oliverr@us.ibm.com>

  413. Re: SPSS: String to date? (60 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  414. Re: Question regarding linking data (38 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  415. Re: Question regarding linking data (179 lines)
    From: Maguin, Eugene <emaguin@buffalo.edu>

  416. Re: SPSS (55 lines)
    From: David Marso <david.marso@gmail.com>

  417. Re: Question regarding linking data (73 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  418. Re: Database Management Help (341 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  419. Fw: Re: SPSS (32 lines)
    From: muthu kkumaran <muthu_malar@YAHOO.COM>

  420. Exporting to Pre-Formatted Excel Worksheets (145 lines)
    From: Krinsky, Alan <Alan.Krinsky@UMASSMEMORIAL.ORG>

  421. Re: SPSS (65 lines)
    From: Florio Orocio Arguillas <foa2@cornell.edu>

  422. Re: Exporting to Pre-Formatted Excel Worksheets (135 lines)
    From: Francien Berndsen <francien@berndsen.us>

  423. Re: SPSS (112 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  424. SPSS older version (28 lines)
    From: GauravSrivastava <srivastgaurav@gmail.com>

  425. Re: SPSS (107 lines)
    From: Bruce Weaver <bruce.weaver@hotmail.com>

  426. Re: Database Management Help (365 lines)
    From: Michael, Paul G. <mich0231@pacificu.edu>

  427. Re: Database Management Help (392 lines)
    From: King Douglas <king_d@swbell.net>

  428. Survival Analysis help (45 lines)
    From: Judy Harmon <gh1959@aol.com>

  429. DATIC summer workshops - early registration ends April 1st (431 lines)
    From: Mccoach, D. Betsy <betsy.mccoach@uconn.edu>

  430. Re: Survival Analysis help (178 lines)
    From: Poes, Matthew Joseph <mpoes@illinois.edu>

  431. Re: Question regarding linking data (379 lines)
    From: John F Hall <johnfhall@orange.fr>

  432. Re: Survival Analysis help (106 lines)
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  433. Output of criterion for selecting the number of clusters in agglomerative heirarchical cluster analysis (45 lines)
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  435. Re: Output of criterion for selecting the number of clusters in agglomerative hierarchical cluster analysis (199 lines)
    From: Jon K Peck <peck@us.ibm.com>

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