Date: Wed, 24 Apr 1996 08:36:13 EDT
Reply-To: Mike Palij <palij@PSYCH.NYU.EDU>
Sender: "SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Mike Palij <palij@PSYCH.NYU.EDU>
Subject: Re: Sending SPSS graph through Internet
Karlis Dimitris <kdk@AUEB.GR> writes:
> Dear Colleauges,
> I would appreciatte if someone can help me to the following problem.
> I have some graphs from SPSS for WIndows and I want to send them via
>Internet to my supervisor who is in England at this moment. How can I Succede
> Thank you in advance
> Dimitris Karlis
One of simpliest things to do would be to uuencode
the file (this converts the graphic representation into
a text format), email the resulting text file in the same
way you would mail any ordinary text file, and have your
recipient uudecode it.
This the process that is often used in sending images
in email and posting "binaries" to usenet newsgroups.
The uuencode/uudecode programs/tools are an integral part
of Unix systems so if you and your recipient are on Unix
machines, all you have to do is read the documentation
for them. If you are operating on an MS-DOS/Windows
system, you can located a PC version of uuencode/uudecode
at one of the "Simtel" mirror sites (there are several in
the U.S. and I believe there is one in Finland and probably
at other European sites). A web search should provide
you with the names of specific locations.
I'm sure one of your internet savvy undergraduates can
probably provide more info on how this is done. ;-)
**Mike Palij/Psychology Dept/New York University