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What is pspp master?
PSPP is an SPSS alternative that comes for free and with full functionality assured for all users of the core package. It is a program used for statistical computing and analytical operations, providing user tools for running a variety of statistical tests that include T-tests, linear/logistic regression, anova, cluster analysis and more. The program is capable of running more than 1 billion cases and variables, with a function for quick importation of data from a multiplicity of sources—it is compatible with data import from spreadsheets and databases, for example. It has also been translated into several languages, including Ukrainian, Slovenian, Lithuanian, Spanish, Japanese, German, Dutch, French, Catalan and Portuguese (Brazilian).
The software is intended specifically for scientific and academic use. It allows users the ability to select their preferred user interface for comfort, with the two options being a GUI and the other being a command-line. Users can also save their files in PS, TXT, PDF, HTML or ODF format. As freeware, the program can be used without restrictions and can also be modified by users with scripting experience to better suit their needs.
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File types supported by pspp master
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Last updated: : June 10, 2014