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Re: Re: PSPP help

From: Claire de Koker
Subject: Re: Re: PSPP help
Date: Wed, 25 May 2016 16:46:25 +0200

Thanks Harry

I've installed the latest version and am now able to perform a McNemar test - the issue was that I could not get the variables entered into the separate variable list (would only go into list 1 and not list 2) and thus could not run the test - the OK button remains faded.

All sorted though, thank you for the new version!!


On 25 May 2016 at 15:21, Harry Thijssen <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Claire

Yes you can still use your existing pspp files. Besides you can always uninstall and reinstall  a previous version if necessary.

But I am not aware of any changes regarding the McNemar test. Although I would recommend upgrading I don't think that will solve your problem. So better explain your problem to the list and maybe someone can help you.

Have fun

2016-05-25 14:55 GMT+02:00 Claire de Koker <address@hidden>:
Hi there

Quick question - if I uninstall a previous version (v 0.9.0) and install the newest one, will I still be able to open my files saved onto my pc?

I'm struggling to do a McNemar test, as per my previous struggles with the Wilcoxon test, and the manual isn't clear (to me!) how the exact syntax should be written. So hoping the latest version works for the McNemar test!


On 1 April 2016 at 15:27, Harry Thijssen <address@hidden> wrote:

From: Claire de Koker
To: John Darrington
Cc: pspp-users <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: PSPP help

Thanks for replying, it works when entering manually so that's good at
least. Thanks!


In the  MSWindows build I just placed on the internet this issue in the GUI is solved.
Also several translations are updated.

Have fun

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