A Guide to SPSS/PC+, 1st Edition by Neil Frude (auth.)

By Neil Frude (auth.)

Written for people with very little adventure in utilizing pcs for statistical research, this e-book introduces SPSS/PC+, the industry chief workstation package deal. A advisor to SPSS/PC+ teaches using SPSS/PC+ sincerely and simply.

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The function of the MORE message is to allow the user to read one screen of output before the next one is presented. The SPSS/PC+ action is thus paused until, by pressing a key, the user brings the next page of information to the screen. Sometimes, however, the user does not wish to read the display when it appears on the screen. S/he would prefer, perhaps, to read a printed form of the complete output at a later time. With the MORE function on, the user would need to wait at the machine and repeatedlypress a key to move the output (both screen and print) on to the next page.

E. e. as alphanumeric characters). The binary form is more efficient in some ways but ASCII files have the advantage that they can be easily amended or edited. Eventually we will learn how to instruct the machine to create binary files, but the first files we will create will be written to disk as ASCII (or text) files. Because the hard disk is capable of storing many hundreds of different files, it is organized into different logical sections known as directories. There is a basic root directory from which other directories branch.

33; also, the women are more supportive of 'equal rights' than the men it looks as if the variable sex may be related to sper- support for equal rights Such analyses lie at the heart of what SPSS/PC+ is designed to do (more accurately, less tediously, and with much larger datasets). Thus to explore such aspects of our data further, with a much larger sample and using more complex statistical procedures, we need to 'get into' the SPSS/PC+ system. SPSS/PC+ can handle many hundreds of cases, and any single dataset can include up to 200 variables (such as sex, age and sper).

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