|Date: ||Thu, 30 Jul 1998 18:40:34 GMT|
|Sender: ||"SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|Organization: ||Deja News - The Leader in Internet Discussion|
|Subject: ||Re: Reply to: Re: Loop for multiple analyses.|
LOOP does not permit anything other than transformations .
ANOVA is a Procedure.
MACRO is the way to do this or a SPLIT FILE.
In article <9807291328.AA00118@metro2.metro.msus.edu>,
Tim Dunsworth <Tim_Dunsworth@METRO2.METRO.MSUS.EDU> wrote:
> From: Tim Dunsworth:MET
> Date: ## 07/29/98 09:27 ##
> If what you want is to analyse Birwt against Litsize with different
> Litsize breakpoints to define the two groups, try the following: LOOP
> #i = 4 TO 19. TEMPORARY. RECODE Litsize (4 THRU #i=1) (#i+1 THRU
> 20=2). ANOVA VARIABLES=Birwt BY Litsize(1,2). END LOOP.
> From: aa3657@WAYNE.EDU:smtp
> Date: ## 07/28/98 15:56 ##
> Thanks for your respoonse on my 'loop' question. I guess I didn't make
> particularily clear. I don't need to run the analyses three times; for
> and 6 thru 20.
> But rather once for each litsize value 4 through 20, or 17 times! I don't
> run this over and over manually and thought someone could advise me as to how
> use a DO IF-END IF or DO REPEAT-END REPEAT command surrounding my SPSS GLM
> syntax to
> automate the process. I will be running these tyeps of analyses over the next
> several months.
> Essentially I need to increment the filter variable, LITSIZE, by a value
> for each analysis up to the value of '20'. Thanks for any help you can
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