Free Sample SPSS Scripts for download (SAX Basic) Scripting is Heavy Duty Stuff! Introduction Scripts are relatively new to SPSS. If you have never used Visual Basic (VB) or Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), you will find the learning curve to be pretty steep. SPSS uses Sax Basic developed by Sax Software. By adding Sax's Type Library to your favourite VB development environment (for instance, VB6, Excel or Access) you may develop your SPSS scripts using those development environments. Scripts allow the user to do things which would not be possible using syntax, for instance formatting an IGRAPH or having error handlers. Scripts can be called from syntax and vice versa. Note that Scripting is not available in SPSS for Mac. ** Important Download Instructions ** Note: At the suggestion of a visitor, I have changed the extension of the *.sbs files to *.txt, this makes it easier to look at the files online. Index of Sample Scripts The scripts files are broadly classified by purpose as follows: Show me data and I will show you data errors!
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Hundreds of Free Sample SPSS Syntax for Download Note: This website is being frozen (due to lack of space); future developments will be done in the new site:www.spsstools.net. Please update your link page. SPSS syntax is a must! Are you aware of the book SPSS Programming and Data Management? Don't satisfy yourself with the Graphic User Interface (GUI)! The GUI is fine (I use it every day); however, using syntax in addition of the GUI can easily increase productivity by a factor of 5 to 10 times for simple jobs. There is something for everybody in the sample syntax's included here: Suggestions and code contributions are welcomed. The syntax files are broadly classified by purposes as follows: I have not necessarily checked each and every file found here. When I have the information, I show the name (and email address) of the authors of syntax I did not write. ** Important Download Instructions ** Note: At the suggestion of a visitor, I have changed the extension of the *.sps files to *.txt, this makes it easier to look at the files online.