|Subject:||Re: CTABLES examples|
|Date:||Fri, 4 Nov 2022 23:06:46 +0100|
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This is what I looked for: the structure of the command explained with examples.
Thank you for the work.
For the next version I propose to use easily understandable
variable names like in the old red SPSS manual by Nie :
CTABLES /TABLE=AGE [MEAN, MEDIAN] BY GENDER /TABLE=AgeGroup [COLPCT, ROWPCT] BY GENDER.
Have you looked at the user documentation in the manual? I included many examples: https://benpfaff.org/~blp/pspp-master/latest/source/user-manual/html_node/CTABLES.html On Fri, Nov 4, 2022 at 9:05 AM ft gmail <email@example.com> wrote:Hi, I worked with the SPSS version of CTABLES years ago and would like to see current examples, tutorials etc. of its PSPP version. I found the site https://www.morewithdata.net/ctables-have-come/ which publishes 3 additional articles on the issue. Did you find other ones ? Regards -ftr
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