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Re: multiple response sets MRSETS

From: Matthias Faeth
Subject: Re: multiple response sets MRSETS
Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2021 17:54:08 +0100

Although MRSETS is surely important, for me CTABLES would be much more urgent


Am Fr., 19. Nov. 2021 um 21:04 Uhr schrieb ft gmail <>:
Thanks for the answers. I was just curious as I used this feature in
survey analysis when I had access to SPSS and I was not not sure if I
had not overlooked an addition.

As Ben intends to work on CTABLES I can only support this idea. I
remember people say on the SPSS list that CTABLES was the module that
sold most.

- ftr

On 19/11/2021 18:42, Ben Pfaff wrote:
> The MULT RESPONSE procedure isn't available yet. If you want it, then
> the most helpful thing to do would be to provide a few examples of
> syntax and data plus the expected output.
> I'm currently finishing up the MATRIX procedure. After that, I was
> planning to go on to CTABLES, but there's no reason I couldn't work on
> MULT RESPONSE instead.
> On Fri, Nov 19, 2021 at 3:07 AM ft gmail <> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I asked this question 6 years ago and got the answer that unfortunately, up to then PSPP wasn't really able to handle multiple response questions, a standard in survey research.
>> Has anything advanced since then ?
>> Thanks in advance
>> ftr
>> Hi,
>> I found the MRSETS command which allows to analyse multiple reponse questions; But the MULT RESPONSE command has not yet been implemented, according to the manual. So how to analyse mult response questions ? What can you do with MRSETS when you have no Mult response frequencies or tables ?
>> Or do I miss something ?
>> And what does the cryptic sentence mean (manual p.113)
>> Otherwise, multiple response sets are currently used only by third party software.
>> Could you please be more specific ? Which third party software do you mean ?
>> - ftr

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