Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 18:17:29 +0100
Reply-To: JC Dashper <johndashper@SELECTIVE.CO.UK>
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From: JC Dashper <johndashper@SELECTIVE.CO.UK>
Subject: Re: Ctrl+down-arrow to reach end of data file?
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I use files with millions of cases and the show & go to case method is the
only way I have found to be practical.
cntrl down 'hangs' the program and it never gets there.
From: David Hutton [mailto:David.Hutton@cem.dur.ac.uk]
Sent: 18 September 2003 14:36
Subject: Ctrl+down-arrow to reach end of data file?
I thought this was working (I have SPSS v11.0.1) but now I find it does not
work on a file with 109156 cases.
Using syntax, SHOW N. gives me the number of cases, and I then can use Data
Data menu | Go to Case... and type 109156.
But even if I put CACHE. EXE. and try Ctrl+down-arrow I do not get to the
Any other ideas?
From: MLiberts@csb.gov.lv [mailto:MLiberts@csb.gov.lv]
Sent: 18 July 2003 10:15
Subject: Re: Ctrl+End
I experinced this problem also in demo of SPSS 11.5. It is very nasty.
As I remember the Ctrl+"down arrow" was going to end of file correctly.
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Please respond to
I know this is not a script or syntax question but I hope it's ok if I ask
If you're using SPSS 11.5 how do you work around the problem that you can't
to the end of a file by pressing Ctrl+End? At least not if your file is
(more than 100,000 records or so).