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Date:         Thu, 2 May 2002 15:43:56 -0500
Reply-To:     Nancy A Rowe <narowe@omega.uta.edu>
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From:         Nancy A Rowe <narowe@omega.uta.edu>
Subject:      Re: SAS-->SPSS file conversion?
Comments: To: Dwight Holmes <dholmes@pfaw.org>
In-Reply-To:  <77E7D879E3B9AC43A857CCFB8A6607020136E5E4@pfawmail.pfaw.org>
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On Thu, 2 May 2002, Dwight Holmes wrote:

Bring the dataset up in SAS and then use code like the following to convert it to a SAS portable file:

libname tranfile xport 'c:\my documents\consult\price01\f040802\saspor2.prt';

proc copy in=work out=tranfile memtype=data; select bothmrg; run;

Then in SPSS use code like:

get sas data='c:\my documents\consult\price01\f040802\saspor2.prt'. execute.

The stuff after the 'c:...' is the path of the portable file and it assumes the datasets name in SAS is bothmrg. This works in most versions of SAS and SPSS.

Nancy-

> I've got a SAS (.sd2) file. Is there a way to convert it to an SPSS file? > Unfortunately, I'm using SPSS 8.0. Thanks! > > ___________________________________ > Dwight R. Holmes > Education Policy Manager > People for the American Way Foundation > 2000 M Street NW, Suite 400 > Washington DC 20036 > (202) 467-4999 Fax (202) 293-2672 > www.pfaw.org >


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