Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 01:11:40 GMT
Reply-To: Josh Sacco <josh@PILOT.MSU.EDU>
Sender: "SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Josh Sacco <josh@PILOT.MSU.EDU>
Organization: Michigan State University
Subject: var comp revisited
I'm using the following syntax:
y BY d e p r
/RANDOM = d e p r
/METHOD = REML
/CRITERIA = ITERATE(50)
/CRITERIA = CONVERGE(1.0E-8)
/PRINT = HISTORY (1)
/design=E D R P E*D E*R(p) E*P D*R(p) D*P E*D*R(p) E*D*P.
and am getting the following error:
The large number of columns in the design matrix will cause integer overflow.
The large number of columns may be due to too many levels in one or more
factors, or to higher-order interactions among factors with many levels. It
may also be due to too many factors.
This command not executed.
any ideas? using values of up to 175MB for the above memory setting didn't