When I go to run my tables in SPSS 11.5.0 I get this Warning and the tables will not run:

TABLE: A scale variable may not be crossed or nested with another scale variable. If a scale variable is used, statistics must be specified in the same dimension as that variable. For ordinary category variables, statistics may be specified only at the lowest level of nesting.

This command not executed.

In the past I have designated all of my variables as scale variables and the tables would run, but that is not working this time.

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I need to figure this out by tomorrow morning. Thank you so much

Dennis Woods

SOURCE: Email Remittances - Report Designer Problem

Sage Line 50 Addpurch Utility

In Sage Line 50 V5, you could only produce remittances for the

supplier accounts you had set up in your Sage Line 50 program.

The information that appeared on your remittances was taken

from the supplier ledger.

In newer versions of Sage Line 50 you can produce remittances for suppliers

who do not have a corresponding supplier record. This allows

you to produce free-format cheques for one-off payments. To

enable you to produce free-format cheques, Sage Line 50 no

longer takes the information for remittances from the supplier

ledger. This means that you can produce remittances whether

there is a corresponding supplier record or not.

If you want to include additional information from your

supplier records on your remittances, for example bank sort

codes and account numbers, you should convert the layouts

you require using this utility.

Note: This utility is installed automatically into your

Sage Line 50 program directory when you install Sage

Line 50.

>> To use the Addpurch utility

1. Open a Command Prompt by clicking on to your Windows Start Button

selecting Run, then type the word COMMAND and click on to OK.

From the command prompt (for example, c:\windows\desktop>) type cd\ and

then press ENTER.

2. At the c:\> prompt type cd "Program Files\Sage Accounts\layouts"

and then press ENTER.

The prompt should now read c:\Program Files\Sage\Accounts\layouts

Note: If your Sage Line 50 program is installed in a different

directory replace the above instruction with your own directory

name. The directory path can be found within your program by

clicking on to Help and then About and choosing the System

Information Tab. Your layouts will be held on the same path

as your data directory.

3. Before you can convert your remittance layout you will

need to save this with a new filename. (maximum of 8 characters).

For example, to rename one of your existing layouts from

the c:\Program Files\Sage\Accounts\layouts prompt type:

copy remita4.sly newrema4.sly

and then press ENTER.

Posted on Feb 19, 2010

SOURCE: constants/missing correlations in SPSS

If all values for a specific "dummy" variable are identical, then you should delete the variable, because it adds NO information to your analysis.

If all values for one "dummy" variable MATCH the values for another "dummy" variable, then the two variables are 100% correlated -- remove one of them from your analysis.

Posted on Mar 03, 2010

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Createing table, or you want the whole process?

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ry the manufacturer spares department

try reputable tool supply shops

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try your local dump charity shop as there are many units disposed off that have tables attached

try reputable tool supply shops

try e-bay

try your local dump charity shop as there are many units disposed off that have tables attached

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I am not quite sure what you mean by ``solve f(x)=100x-64*x^2+48*x^3 for different value of x``. Do you want to find the roots of the cubic equation 0=100x-64*x^2+48*x^3 , or do you want to generate values of f(x) for different values of the variable x.

For the first case, use the SOLVE program,

for the second, use the TABLE computational mode: Press MODE and select TABLE, then enter the expression to the right of the equal sign. In TABLE, X is the default variable.

For the first case, use the SOLVE program,

for the second, use the TABLE computational mode: Press MODE and select TABLE, then enter the expression to the right of the equal sign. In TABLE, X is the default variable.

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The tables are probably nested incorrectly as changing the aspect ratio is moving images. Keep in mind that each row must have the same number of columns, so to keep it simple, the base table has one column, and you need to create a nested table in every row that needs more than one column.

At the very least, create a table for the whole page, and nested tables for each section. Use this template as a guideline:

Default

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At the very least, create a table for the whole page, and nested tables for each section. Use this template as a guideline:

Default

Header

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There shoul be a scale and a crank or screw used to adjust the blade angle on the front of the saw blade feed bushing. Make sure you set this to 90

Feb 26, 2010 | Dewalt & Variable Scroll Saw

Here is a solution.

Graph the function over the domain [-Pi,+Pi]

Then press the [SHIFT][MENU] (SETUP) and in option [Dual Screen] select [G to T] Graph to table. The screen will be spilt in two, but the Table part remains empty.

Press [SHIFT][F1] (TRACE), the cross hair appears on screen.

Move it around on the curve

If you press [EXE] at a cross hair location, the table records the X and Y value. On the following screen capture, the exponential function is graphed along with sin(X) and the table is populated by selected values of the exponential.

Now rate all the solutions I provided for you

Graph the function over the domain [-Pi,+Pi]

Then press the [SHIFT][MENU] (SETUP) and in option [Dual Screen] select [G to T] Graph to table. The screen will be spilt in two, but the Table part remains empty.

Press [SHIFT][F1] (TRACE), the cross hair appears on screen.

Move it around on the curve

If you press [EXE] at a cross hair location, the table records the X and Y value. On the following screen capture, the exponential function is graphed along with sin(X) and the table is populated by selected values of the exponential.

Now rate all the solutions I provided for you

Feb 25, 2010 | Casio CFX-9850G Plus Calculator

If all values for a specific "dummy" variable are identical, then you should delete the variable, because it adds NO information to your analysis.

If all values for one "dummy" variable MATCH the values for another "dummy" variable, then the two variables are 100% correlated -- remove one of them from your analysis.

If all values for one "dummy" variable MATCH the values for another "dummy" variable, then the two variables are 100% correlated -- remove one of them from your analysis.

Apr 06, 2009 | SPSS 13.0 (30960UU)

Jow can I manage a kaplan-Meire Curve by using SPSS12.0v and how can I arrange my data in SPSS window? Please Give me the solution.

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