1) The Data Management book is readily
available on the SPSS Community site, which is not at all infernal. Just
and look in the Books and Articles section. That isn't difficult.
2) There is a lot of material in the
Help system about OMS - both in the Syntax Reference and in the help for
the OMS Control Panel.
Jon Peck (no "h")
Senior Software Engineer, IBM
new phone: 720-342-5621
Bruce Weaver <email@example.com>
09/08/2011 08:31 AM
OMS allows you to direct output that would ordinarily
appear in the output
viewer to a file of some sort (e.g., to a data file, or text file, etc).
IIRC, Raynald's book has a chapter on OMS. Unfortunately, the links
download it on Ray's site no longer work, and you end up on that infernal
Salbod, Mr. Stephen wrote:
> Good morning, from NYC,
> Please forgive me, if this question seems naive: What does the OMS
> procedure in Utilities do?
> I've just got a request to interpret a syntax file that begins
> OMS command. I've got the OMS chapter from the user's guide, but,
> still not clear what OMS does. Any help will be appreciated.
> Stephen Salbod, Pace University, NYC
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