|Date: ||Wed, 13 Nov 2002 19:04:11 +0200|
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|Subject: ||Re: Nested items|
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You should filter out the cases that have "no" value in first question.
You can make it in following way:
DATA>SELECT CASES>IF CONDITION IS SATISFIED>Question 1="yes".
And after that use FREQUENCIES.
"Mike Martin" <email@example.com> сообщил/сообщила в новостях следующее:
> Your help with the following procedure would be very appreciated. I
> will try to explain the situation as clearly as possible. I am
> analyzing a survey and will use two questions as my example. If
> possible, please explain possible solutions using SPSS 11.0 for Windows,
> as I am very new to SPSS and only use this version.
> Question 1: Have you seen a doctor in the past six months? Yes (n=35)
> / No (n=55) / Unknown (n=12)
> Question 2: If yes, did you receive the type of care you expect?
> **In order to analyze question 2 (simply create a table of
> frequencies), I need to pull out the "yes" responses (n=35) from
> question 1 only. How can this be accomplished?
> Thank you very much in advance.