Date: Thu, 5 Feb 1998 23:38:35 +0100
Reply-To: Aiso Vos <Aiso.Vos@NET.HCC.NL>
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From: Aiso Vos <Aiso.Vos@NET.HCC.NL>
Subject: Re: Math co-processor for SPSS 8.0
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>I'm planning to buy SPSS 8.0 for myself but was worried when I saw that
>the system requirements include a math co-processor. I'm wondering if
>that is only required for complicated statistical procedures and if SPSS
>will still run if I don't have a math-coprocessor on my machine. I have a
>Presario with a 133 Mhz processor, and 24 MB RAM, and don't expect to be
>doing anything more complicated the OLS regressions for some time. Can
>someone please tell me more about this?
>Division of Nutritional Sciences
>216 Savage Hall
>Ithaca, NY 14853
I assume you have a an Intel Pentium processor. The Pentium processor has a
built in math co-processor, so you shouldn't worry.