As you know , Xceed have just released Version one of their excel export. In this article we will show you how it works and how fast it is compared to the IBM SPSS Excel Export.
Another post from forgetdata, this time it is about EvaluateDerivedIteration.
Some of you may have noticed the new feature in PASW Reports for Surveys (nee. Desktop Reporter) which enables you to build new derived grid variables via the UI using the Variables->New Grid menu item. In case you don’t appreciate the usefulness of this feature I’ll spell it out: Read More
Check out this post from forgetdata, in this article they show you how to create nested tables without using nests.
When you are making reports/tables/charts etc. frequently there’s some need to nest a variable in order to create a breakdown of a variable. Thankfully Reports for Surveys/Professional makes this all very trivial and has nice support for nesting.
For example you can make tables like this: Read More
Is the IBM / SPSS acquisition a good thing ? What Mobile device can you use for a Data Collection Survey and what will they show? This is a quick post to let you know the results of our last survey.
Is the IBM / SPSS acquisition a good thing ? What Mobile device can you use for a Data Collection Survey ? Want to add your opinion then click here or read more to see the current results
In this article we will learn how to use a program called mrScriptcl.exe. This program allows us to run .mrs files from a batch file. We do this sort of thing when we want to schedule our scripts or perhaps do other things while they are running.