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Date:         Wed, 21 Sep 2005 09:31:22 +0200
Reply-To:     Anja Langefeld <langefeld@tm.tno.nl>
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From:         Anja Langefeld <langefeld@tm.tno.nl>
Subject:      charts transpose
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Dear all,

My question is: I want to make several charts (errorbars), with transposed axes, fixed scaling, font , etc. I tried to use a template (*.sgt in SPSS 12) but this doesn't work. (thanks Martha for your comment).

Does anyone has an idea of how I can do this (transposing etc) automatically? Is there a way to get the syntax which SPSS uses to transpose? (did not find anything in de *.jnl file.) Or is there a macro for this kind of things?

Any help is welcome.

greetings, anja

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