Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2004 13:36:06 -0700
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From: Veronica Dahir <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: data do not appear
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Hi Tim, this has happened to me before in 10.0. I honestly don't know how or if
I corrected it. I think I just re-opened the program and data set and they
magically reappeard. I'd look to see if there is a function that is "hiding"
your data only. If that doesn't work, I'd suggest calling SPSS tech support at
1-312-651-3410. It is in Chicago. They'll probably ask you for your SPSS
license number, which you can get from your University computer systems or
whoever holds your SPSS license, but I was able to talk to someone even without
it. They support SPSS 11.0 and above currently and were very helpful for me.
Quoting "Timothy J. Landrum" <email@example.com>:
> A trainer at SPSS suggested I might try this list as a resource for the
> following question. Thanks so much in advance for any help.
> I've just experienced an oddity I can not resolve in SPSS 11.5 for Windows
> (about to upgrade to 12.0).
> The data in one data file among several we have worked with for some time
> have suddenly stopped appearing, at least in data view. The variable names
> appear across the top of the columns, but all cells appear blank or empty
> (white-- not greyed out). In variable view, I still see all the proper
> variable names and variable info; moreover, I can run frequencies and
> descriptives-- whatever-- and the data do seem to exist in this file. I
> just can't see them!
> Have I inadvertently done something to this file? Anyone ever experience
> such a thing?
> Again, thanks.
> Tim Landrum
> University of Virginia