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March 10th, 2006 andris

We are Mark and Andris, two SPSS users in our daily professional life. We have started this blog simply because there is no SPSS log. At least not one we could find :)
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  • 1. Kat  |  April 16th, 2006 at 11:17 am

    Hi Mark and Andris,

    I am in the middle of a project for which I have constructed a large table in Microsoft Excel.

    The table consists of variables going across the top, and cases down the side. The cells contain numbers (ie. the frequency of each variable within each case). Many of the cells have no number or the variable has zero frequency in that case.

    I want to look for patterns with in the data, that is , similarities between cases. It has been suggested that I do this visually, however the table is so big it would take forever. I am wondering if you know of an application within SPSS which looks for patterns in this way. It would be an enormous help to my work if there is such a thing.

    I hope that you follow what I have tried to explain.

    Yours hopefully
    Kat


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