Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2008 16:32:03 +0100
Reply-To: "Peters Gj (PSYCHOLOGY)" <Gj.Peters@PSYCHOLOGY.unimaas.nl>
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From: "Peters Gj (PSYCHOLOGY)" <Gj.Peters@PSYCHOLOGY.unimaas.nl>
Subject: Re: Exporting output to a file using a syntax command
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>>>> Currently I want to export a table from my output into an excel
>>>> I need a syntax command to do this; can someone help me on this?
>> You can use the Output Management System to export something to a
>> seperated plain-text file, and then drag it into an Excel window to
PS: I almost forgot: credits to Albert-Jan Roskam, who explained this to
me the 17th of December :-) He also said:
>> A (more flexible) Pythonian solution is also possible but it requires
>> knowledge of Xpath and the XML representation of a pivot table.
>> In addition: the SPSSAux/Python functions CreateXMLoutput and
>> GetValuesFromXMLWorkspace will simplify your code somewhat.
So that might help you if you know Python . . . I wouldn't know as I
don't, yet :-)
Gjalt-Jorn Ygram Peters
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