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Please do add more date and time formats to the "Variable Type" and Syntax commands. Microsoft Office Excel do support all kind of varieties, SPSS Statistics should too! I know that many users have to engage in complicated string transformation, t...
offer the possibility to create also with low level functions all the graphs, which are used in the high level functions
Both with new and old bar graphs dialoge, there is the function to add error lines to the bar-plot. The length of the error lines gets calculated in the grafics function itselve, which I would call a high level grafic function. But if users want t...
function to get summaries of separate variables in Chart Builder Dialog also for box plots
In the graphs \ legacy dialogs SPSS offer the selection, if the data in chart are "summaries for groups of cases" or "summaries of separate variables". In the "new" Chart Builder Dialog this functions are reachable with drag and drop of the groupi...
Clopper Pearson Confidence Interval for frequency statistics in Bar-Graphs in Chart Builder
In the Chart Builder for Bar-Graphs the dialog offers the function to display error bars. This works fine for metric data, if "mean" or "median" is selected as statistics.
But what is missing ist the function to display the error bars, if frequen...
Allow for at least 3500 locations in spatio-temporal modeler
Many analyst look at county-level data of the whole nation when performing research (i.e. ~3200 counties). Analyzing parts of the country within themselves (if we were to break up the counties into regions) is not telling very much. Others look at...
Export function for SPSS CADS job history data on Deployment Manager
Currently SPSS CADS does not provide an export function of job history data. It is possible to do it using Python or SQL for Db2 repository, but it would be far more convinient to do it on Deployment Manager.
Add Steel-Dwass test on SPSS Statistics Non-parametric test
Steel-Dwass test is Post-hoc test for Non-parametric test. JMP can analyze Steel-Dwass test, But SPSS Statistics doesn't have Steel-Dwass test. SPSS Statistics can't Post-hoc test on Non-parametric test now.
Get a warning when the number of authorization codes run out
This has to do with the authorization codes. Specially big universities that handle a lot of users want to get a warning when the number of authorizations code is on the way to run out. They don't want to risk the case that a student ask for a lic...
SPSS License Manager's log file should log both "Client PC IP address" and "Client PC Host name".
SPSS License Manager's log file log only "Client PC Host name", and doesn't log "Client PC IP address". If Client PC has Host name, the log file logged only Client PC Host name. It is difficult to know the PC's IP address.
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