Spss Error Assertion Failed
However, I still get the same errors. >> >>AGGREGATE worked, but I'm still not sure why I get the original >>error, and if I don't correct the source of the problem, This has also solved the first problem of having two rows of ",00"s in crosstabs. Your support has been invaluable! First problem I encounter is when I run frequencies on these number of years variables. check over here
EXECUTE . Yes/No" and the data set disappears (the data editor is open and the name of the file is still on top, but the data itself has disappeared and the spreadsheet is So, there must have been some weird time values that I missed when I was deleting them by hand that screwed up the analysis. But while they'll slow processing (whicn you likely won't >notice with a small file), they shouldn't make SPSS crash; the >reverse, more likely. > >I'll make what more suggestions I can,
You could try setting the format for the "agetodayy" to, say, F13.10, and see whether the values appear different at that resolution. Then I encounter another problem when I try to run the crosstabs of >these "years" variables with sex. >agetodayy * Sex Crosstabulation >Count > Ah, well. > >>EXECUTE. >> >>* Date and Time Wizard: birthdate. >>COMPUTE birthdate = DATE.DMY(bdayd, bdaym, bdayy). >>VARIABLE LABEL birthdate "birth date for the child". >>VARIABLE LEVEL birthdate (SCALE). >>FORMATS birthdate I don't know why it missed only that one value, since it seems like SPSS deleted other zeros that were actually negative--, but it's nothing compared to the other problem I
If this works and CROSSTABS doesn't, it's a useful diagnostic, though there will won't be an obvious interpretation. EXECUTE . Abort trap: 6 iojs v3.2.0 / OSX 10.10 Node.js Foundation member saghul commented Sep 27, 2015 Please folks, read previous comments on this issue before posting the exact same thing again. Something like, SAVE /OUTFILE = 'C:\Documents and Settings\Owner' + '\My Documents\TOPS\psychosocial checklist' +
Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search PM65570: HUMONGOUS FREQUENCIES CAUSES AN ASSERTION FAILED ERROR IN PRODUCTION FACILITY Subscribe to this APAR By subscribing, you receive Then I try running frequency (number of years x sex) with another variable, and then I get this error. "The SPSS Processor is terminating due to a catastrophic error. So, there must have been some weird time values that I missed when I was deleting them by hand that screwed up the analysis. Here is the complete syntax.
COMPUTE agetoday = DATEDIFF(todaydate, birthdate, "days") . Since I'm on OSX and do not have strace . B. Problem summary **************************************************************** * USERS AFFECTED: * * All users of Statisics 21.0 trying to run the FREQUENCIES * * procedure on a variable with an extreme number of unique *
Notify me when this APAR changes. check my blog You have issued a FREQUENCIES * * command asking for output for all 100 such variables (100 * * tables * * of >10,000 unique values). I run it on my personal laptop. I deleted with negative values using the syntax that you suggested (rather than deleting by hand).
Read as tab-delimited, rather than from Excel (see "Tab-delimited ASCII files" in the GET TRANSLATE command). First problem I encounter is when I run frequencies on these number >of years variables. Using 'explorer', click on each and every file in the directory. this content I need to present results from this data set at a conference in one month.
You can track this item individually or track all items by product. Now, I'd try saving the file before running, another thing that *MIGHT* help. I only mention it because #1512 appears closed, yet I got this error.
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COMPUTE agetodayy = DATEDIFF(todaydate, birthdate, "years") . I expect errors given that I'm scanning, but I expected my handler to trap them... You have issued a FREQUENCIES command asking for output for all 100 such variables (100 tables of >10,000 unique values). I deleted the old section of the mail, so hopefully this one will be OK.
D. EXECUTE. * Date and Time Wizard: todaydate. Then I try running frequency (number of years x sex) with another >variable, and then I get this error. >"The SPSS Processor is terminating due to a catastrophic error. [...] >Programmer's have a peek at these guys For example: > >agetodayy > Frequency Percent Valid Cumulative >
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