Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2008 01:41:51 -0800
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From: Gekko <habermail@HOTMAIL.DE>
Subject: using frequencies as a filter variable
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hi i have the following problem and do not know, how to solve this in spss:
i have a data set with produkt evaluations from differend respondents in the
rows who evaluated one of 200 produkts (that all have a unique produkt id
saved into an variable produkt id)
for example resp. 1,24,126 and 640 evaluated produkt it 333
now i want to run some analysis but only with those produkts, that have at
least a number of x evaluations, that is, where the frequencies table for
the product ids shows me at least an x.
for example where there are at least 3 evaluations - and in this case
product id 333 should be valid, since it counts 4 evaluations
the problem is, that i do not get the frequencies into an spss variable
is this possible?
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