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bug #51079: Enhancement: Provide ready exampels of some syntax per test

Submitted by:  elias tsolis <estatistics>
Submitted on:  Sun 21 May 2017 09:40:29 AM UTC  
 
Category: OtherSeverity: 5 - Average
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Sun 21 May 2017 11:52:08 AM UTC, comment #1:

There is already a menu item for examples:

File | Open | Examples

But I agree some more example files would be good to have.

John Darrington <jmd>
Project Administrator
Sun 21 May 2017 09:40:29 AM UTC, original submission:

Enhancement: Provide ready exampels of some syntax per test

Because PSPP exampels of syntax already exists in its documentation, it will be a good idea to add them in the syntax menu as items:

e.g. I want to do Kruskal wallis test. I may go to Syntax menu, --> examples --> selecting Krusdkal wallis test

e.g. I want to do Regression. I may go to Syntax menu, --> examples --> Regression

It will display the proper syntax with some example variables e.g. dependent vs independent variables.

If an example code is provided to me how to implement this into pspp, I can code it.

Sincerely,
Elias "Estatistics" Tsolis

elias tsolis <estatistics>

 

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