By Neil Frude (auth.)
Written for people with very little event in utilizing pcs for statistical research, this ebook introduces SPSS/PC+, the industry chief computing device package deal. A advisor to SPSS/PC+ teaches using SPSS/PC+ in actual fact and simply.
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Press it once and the 'Ins' message on the screen will disappear. Press it once again and the 'Ins' message will reappear. When the 'Ins' message is present we know that the editor program is in insert mode. Sometimes it is useful to have insert on and sometimes it is more useful to have insert otT. If the insert is on, any typed characters will be inserted at the current cursor point. Thus if we have a display: 11113333 and we place the cursor at the first 3, then typing the figure 2 four times will produce the result: 111122223333 With the insert otT, however, the typed characters will overwrite any existing characters.
The forename can be up to eight characters (letters and/or numbers) long. The three-letter surname can be chosen to best describe the nature of the file. dat". dat", etc). dat". dat" is the name of a file (rather than a direct command like HELP or REVIEW, it is typed within quotation marks. ) is used to signal the termination of the REVIEW command. Creating a Data File 37 If the command has been typed correctly a screen will be presented on which we may start to enter data. We simply enter the numbers in our data matrix along the screen in a long string, without spaces.
Because of its power and flexibility, REVIEW is somewhat complex, and in this chapter only some of the many features of REVIEW will be introduced. Enough information will be given, however, to allow you to enter data which has been coded onto questionnaire forms (or onto data sheets) into a data file. More details about the use of REVIEW will be given in Chapter 12. e. if the screen presents you with the DOS prompt C>) then type spsspc (and
A Guide to SPSS/PC+ by Neil Frude (auth.)