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By Neil Frude (auth.)

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

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The SHOW command produces a display of the current state of many aspects of the SPSS/PC+ system. The SET command allows these aspects to be changed. The SHOW display is produced merely by entering 'show' in response to the SPSS/PC+ prompt: SPSS/PC: show. No further specifications are necessary for or applicable to the SHOW command. Much of the information displayed on the screen in response to the SHOW command can be ignored at this point, but let us look at some of the items and consider how certain aspects of the general operation of the SPSS/PC+ system can be changed by an appropriate use of the SET command.

Because only one value (or code) is permitted for each respondent on each variable it would not be possible to use both. Notice also the 'other' category, used for the eccentric cases which don't fall easily into one of the set categories. Some such miscellaneous category is usually needed when we attempt to code responses to open-ended questions. There is another issue which needs to be raised. It is inevitable in a questionnaire survey that some respondents will fail to return a complete set of responses.

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