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Date:         Sat, 13 Dec 2008 21:28:15 +0800
Reply-To:     =?GB2312?B?s8LO5A==?= <geminiwhu@gmail.com>
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From:         =?GB2312?B?s8LO5A==?= <geminiwhu@gmail.com>
Subject:      how to run syntax file without opening windows?(SPSS 16)
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I was using SPSS13 days before, and can run a syntax file in cmd using "runsyntx.exe filename.sps".

But there is no "runsyntx.exe" in the SPSS16 folder. Is there a alternative way? And will the data editor window turn out after analysis?

Thank you in advance!

-- Wu Chen Information Management School, WHU

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