• SPSS Missing Data

    My Excel file has 318 cases. When I run SPSS Descriptives, results show only 289 cases. The results obviously differ. How can I get SPSS to read all of the Excel data points?

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  • Easy / Quick way to create interaction variable composites for Logistic Regression

    I am using SPSS and have about 300 variables (categorical, scalar and ordinal) to model. I want to an Easy / Quick way to create interaction variable composites for Logistic Regression where interactions exist. R does this automatically and creates about 158 composites (variables that have...

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  • connection manager for Sql server 7 database in ssis 2012

    Hi,I created a connection manager to connect to sql server 7 database. After entering user name and password, no databases appear in the list.Does SSIS 2012 support sql server 7?Thanks.

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  • spss

    How do i combine variables in spss

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  • Tibco Training

    What training time is necessary for an experienced IT package consultant to provide useful Tibco support to a project team, and in what capacity. What can be accomplished in two to three weeks of SELF training?

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  • SSIS 2008 R2 Change Configuration File Location

    Starting with SSIS 2008, the /conf option no longer overrides the location of a configuration file. The dtexec documentation states to use the /SET option to override its location. My problem is I can not figure out the syntax to change c:\foo.dtsconfig to d:\foo.dtsconfig.

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  • from 1 to 1440 in SPSS

    First: How do i create a time serie in spss from 1 to 1440 (1440 rows)? Second: if this is to be done in a time format (00:01, 00:02, 00:03........23:59) how can I do that? THX

    JakobH5 pointsBadges:
  • filtering data in spss

    I have a large, publicly available data set that I must analyze with PASW 18. I wish to only use a subset of this data (respondents who answered "yes" to "have you ever been told by a doctor that you have diabetes" for data analysis. Any advice? I have tried everything I know.

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  • Database Analytics

    How prevalent are in-database analytics today? Is everyone doing it?

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  • Reg:Problem with SSAS

    Hi team, This is the first time i registered in such communities. I have a problem with SSAS. We planned for a migration from 2005 to sql 2008 which also involves cubes. I am trying to point out SSAS 2005 cubes to 2008 sql server. Is it possible to do this way or do I need to first migrate the...

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  • Setup SSIS for a group of developers.

    I newbie and I need help here. We are doing a new MS SQL and BI setup for our developers here. We have a team of 12 developers here doing different projects. We have one server with MS SQL being installed. This single MS SQL will be setup with each individual database for the projects that the 12...

    Cnboon5 pointsBadges:
  • The SSIS 2008 R2 job does not complete execution

    I have an SSIS package created in 2005 SP2. I have compiled this and is sheculed to run under SQL Server 2008 R2, which connects to a SQL Server 2005 database. What the package does. 1.The package FTP's some files to the local folder. I verified to confirm the files are downloaded correctly. 2....

    Iamhere98025 pointsBadges:
  • SSIS 2008 R2 performance and Windows Server 2008 R2 with a clustered SQL instance is slower than when connecting to a non-clustered instance?

    I am testing different configurations for loading data from a remote SQL server using SSIS. In a clustered situation SSIS seems slower to speak to the local clustered SQL instance when compared to a non clustered local SQL instance. It looks like any scenario where SSIS speaks to a clustered SQL...

    RobertDBA5 pointsBadges:
  • Statistical significance and CIs for Population Survey

    Hi, I have a data set that is generated from a population survey of a licensed profession in the state. I have a 63% response rate. I am generating demographics (age, gender, race, degree level distributions) and descriptives for age, hours worked etc. How do I generate CIs and statistical...

    SOSINeedHelp5 pointsBadges:
  • MaximumErrorCount

    HOW DO I CHANGE THE MaximumErrorCount IN SSIS

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  • SSIS cache

    We are developing packages in a SSIS environment using Version 9.00.3042.00. I’m presently having problems or a misunderstanding on when to use Partial or Full cache on lookups. Seems like the lookup results differ when using these two modes. For example, full lookups often “succeed” (turn...

    Kurt5 pointsBadges:
  • Generate binary dataset after weighing cases in SPSS

    Hi, I have some variables that are of binary format (0,1) and of which I produce cross-tabs. In the case that there is a weighted variable, SPSS "imputes" some of the values "weighting" them either as (0) or (1). However, there is no way to know which values have been replaced (I cannot find any of...

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  • Weighting variable in SPSS?

    How do I use the weighting variable in SPSS

    AJOUPA5 pointsBadges:
  • Refresh Excel file on a different server with SSIS package

    I am trying to refresh an excel file that is on different server. is there any script that can be creatted with SSIS pacage that can do this. any help will be appriciated. Thank you in advance.

    Tocken10 pointsBadges:
  • Write Record to table as XML from RecordSet destination

    Is it possible to write out each record from a recordset destination in SSIS as an XML field into SQL Server? How can this be done in either case?

    Kayj5 pointsBadges:

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