Spss Error 4305
The only white variable is Race___4. To compare a character string to a numeric quantity, consider using >the STRING or NUMBER function. >Execution of this command stops. So, if they reported violence happening at home the follow up would be who did it happen to and who did it? I was hoping you could help me with a syntax problem as well.I have four possible combinations of answers to two categorical variables and I need to turn them into one check over here
Do IF howoldareyou='1' COMPUTE weightage=26/19. I simply want a new variable coding answers 1-8 instead. They are string variables for example- email. Since prior research looks at exposure to violence as a potential factor, I just want to make sure that will not be throwing off my results.
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firstname.lastname@example.org 2014-04-23 00:07:45 UTC ReplyPermalinkRaw Message Thank you so much for this!! So, IPP should be a new variable including initial variables 1-4 and the INPP should be a second new variable including initial variables 5-7.If yes, how can we do that?Thank you! email@example.com 2013-05-29 12:28:00 UTC ReplyPermalinkRaw Message Post by southernpsyI am an SPSS novice, and I found this group recently when I was tryingto determine how to combine two categorical into one Again, separate variables for all of those.
COMPUTE weightage=15/8. I've encountered somewhat of another problem similar to the others but I don't know how I can rectify it.The question is: Which - if any - of these drugs have you Resolving the problem When you compute the substring, you need to make sure to declare that the new variable will be a string by using the STRING command. Right?
thanks (: Bruce Weaver 2014-07-28 22:29:22 UTC ReplyPermalinkRaw Message Post by firstname.lastname@example.orgI am trying to recode (SPSS) 6 race variables that are dichotomous into 1 race variable(with values, nonwhite and white) There are some missing cases (coded -3, -2, -1). Do IF howoldareyou='5' End If. For one case, you then may saythat "1 out of 1" was unintended, or "0 out of 2" was unintendedIf you have that sort of missing and you want just one
I decided to post it here to the benefit of others.I had one variable for Sex (1: Male; 2: Female) and one variable forSelf-Identified Gender Expression (1: Masculine; 2: Equally or This command not executed. Historical Number 21491 Document information More support for: SPSS Statistics Software version: Not Applicable Operating system(s): Linux, Windows, iOS Reference #: 1476990 Modified date: 04 August 2015 Site availability Site assistance Thank you so much!!
In addition, you have to have periods at the end of statements. http://nzbsites.com/spss-error/spss-error-105.html Text: var48Incorrect variable name: either the name is more than 64 characters,or it isnot defined by a previous command.count IPP = var45 to var48(1).Error # 4285 in column 13. Can anyone tell me how to solve it? Text: COMPUTE >A relational operator may have two numeric operands or two character string >operands.
I practiced this with my thesis chair, using only two responses (1 and 2, and 0 for system missing) and it worked. Of course, now that I am doing it on my own it isn't.For example, this was the syntax I used to create the variables.RECODE QD1 (1=Copy) (2=Copy) (3=Copy) (4=Copy) (5 thru If either of the variables are coded 1, I would like the new variable to be coded as 1. this content The variables are coded (0/1) where 1 indicates an unintended pregnancy and 0 is intended.
HTH, Marta GG ===================== To manage your subscription to SPSSX-L, send a message to [hidden email] (not to SPSSX-L), with no body text except the command. Noor, Ph.D., [hidden email] http://www.dennonoor.com (313) 690-0755 (cell) Ruben Geert van den Berg Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ I decided to post it here to the benefit of others.I had one variable for Sex (1: Male; 2: Female) and one variable forSelf-Identified Gender Expression (1: Masculine; 2: Equally or
It is a secondary data analysis so I have to try and make what they asked work.
I wanted to be able to compareMasculine Males, et cetera in post hoc analyses.IF ((var1 = 1) & (var2 = 1)) newvar= 1.EXECUTE.IF ((var1 = 1) & (var2 = 2)) newvar= Bless you brilliant brain! Helpfully, the dataset I am using has decided to count each category as a separate variable.when I try do the following:COMPUTE drugsused = q0012_0001.IF (q0012_0002 = 1) drugsused = 2.IF (q0012_0003 To compare a character string to a numeric quantity, consider using >the STRING or NUMBER function. >This command not executed.
Every time and run it it SPSS give me an error that reads like this: >Error # 4305 in column 1. For example, I am really interested in whether or not violence in witnessed in the home. Text: var45Incorrect variable name: either the name is more than 64 characters,or it isnot defined by a previous command.Execution of this command stops.Error # 4285 in column 22. have a peek at these guys Each variable is 0=unchecked and 1=checked.
I will not even pretend that I know what I am doing anymore (I took some time off to have children.) I have emailed my thesis chair (who is obviously familiar Any advice as how to handle this?Totally lost.Thanks! Is it just not possible to do what I want? That it is actually this difficult is beyond belief!Many thanks in advance,Patrick email@example.com 2014-12-11 17:05:50 UTC ReplyPermalinkRaw Message I am just to get back into SPSS after a few years of
Anyone know how can I accomplish the same thing for string variables? Bless you brilliant brain! EXECUTE . Text: COMPUTE >A relational operator may have two numeric operands or two character string >operands.
Each variable is 0=unchecked and 1=checked. Art Kendall 2014-03-11 12:48:02 UTC ReplyPermalinkRaw Message It is better to create a new thread when introducing a new topic.typeMULT RESPONSE.into a syntax window.With your mouse place the cursor on that The simpler thing is probably to use two *different*variables than the ones you started with -- the count of Unintended,and the count of Valid responses. I searched after you wrote this and found this problem, which is similar to what I want to accomplish, and uses count but is only looking for "yes" or "no," would
Help! Help! Ki 2014-12-11 19:23:23 UTC ReplyPermalinkRaw Message Post by firstname.lastname@example.orgI am just to get back into SPSS after a few years of not using it. JonPeck 270002VCWN 57 Posts Re: PSM error 2014-07-23T12:34:40Z This is the accepted answer.
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