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TOPIC: why the excel date export data is more the spss?

why the excel date export data is more the spss? 2 years 6 months ago #103665

  • iscar
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i export result to analysis.
by excel format, the data include each question timing.
by spss format, the data not include each question timing.
it's stange that SPSS include less data unit then EXCEL.i think all data should be export to SPSS format.SPSS has much stronger analysis ability.
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why the excel date export data is more the spss? 2 years 6 months ago #103671

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Hi,

in the worst (=urgent) situation, remember that it's quiet easy to import Excel files into SPSS ;)
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why the excel date export data is more the spss? 2 years 6 months ago #103685

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we use spss, because we can set the data code.typically, use EXCEL means lost some info.
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