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Re: AW: Questions on PSPP

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: AW: Questions on PSPP
Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2008 07:26:51 +0900
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What concerns me about this is that the file 'data1pspp.sav' that the
user posted is completely broken.  It can't be read by pspp and the
dissect-sysfile program errors out on it.  I tried to get pspp 0.6.1
to create a similarly broken file but was unable to do so.  I suspect
it might be an issue with the mingw32 port.


On Sun, Dec 07, 2008 at 08:55:44PM -0800, Ben Pfaff wrote:
     Mario Giesel <address@hidden> writes:
     > I attach 2 files:
     > - data1.sav (= original SPSS-File, readable by SPSS 15)
     > - data1pspp.sav (= saved PSPP-File, not readable by SPSS 15)
     > So if I open data1.sav and save it without changes within PSPP the file 
is no
     > longer readable from within SPSS.
     I'm sorry to hear that this doesn't work.
     I am attaching a zip file that contains 4 different system files,
     each of is produced by PSPP after I changed it in a few ways to
     make its output a little more like the data1.sav that you
     provided.  Please try to open each one of these files in your
     copy of SPSS, and then report which of them (if any) SPSS reads
     without error.  Also, if SPSS provides any kind of specific error
     message for any of them, please pass it along.

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