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CROSSTABS /TABLES=var_list BY var_list [BY var_list]… /MISSING={TABLE,INCLUDE,REPORT} /WRITE={NONE,CELLS,ALL} /FORMAT={TABLES,NOTABLES} {PIVOT,NOPIVOT} {AVALUE,DVALUE} {NOINDEX,INDEX} {BOX,NOBOX} /CELLS={COUNT,ROW,COLUMN,TOTAL,EXPECTED,RESIDUAL,SRESIDUAL, ASRESIDUAL,ALL,NONE} /STATISTICS={CHISQ,PHI,CC,LAMBDA,UC,BTAU,CTAU,RISK,GAMMA,D, KAPPA,ETA,CORR,ALL,NONE} (Integer mode.) /VARIABLES=var_list (low,high)…
The CROSSTABS
procedure displays crosstabulation
tables requested by the user. It can calculate several statistics for
each cell in the crosstabulation tables. In addition, a number of
statistics can be calculated for each table itself.
The TABLES
subcommand is used to specify the tables to be reported. Any
number of dimensions is permitted, and any number of variables per
dimension is allowed. The TABLES
subcommand may be repeated as many
times as needed. This is the only required subcommand in general
mode.
Occasionally, one may want to invoke a special mode called integer
mode. Normally, in general mode, PSPP automatically determines
what values occur in the data. In integer mode, the user specifies the
range of values that the data assumes. To invoke this mode, specify the
VARIABLES
subcommand, giving a range of data values in parentheses for
each variable to be used on the TABLES
subcommand. Data values inside
the range are truncated to the nearest integer, then assigned to that
value. If values occur outside this range, they are discarded. When it
is present, the VARIABLES
subcommand must precede the TABLES
subcommand.
In general mode, numeric and string variables may be specified on TABLES. In integer mode, only numeric variables are allowed.
The MISSING
subcommand determines the handling of user-missing values.
When set to TABLE
, the default, missing values are dropped on a table by
table basis. When set to INCLUDE
, user-missing values are included in
tables and statistics. When set to REPORT
, which is allowed only in
integer mode, user-missing values are included in tables but marked with
an ‘M’ (for “missing”) and excluded from statistical
calculations.
Currently the WRITE
subcommand is ignored.
The FORMAT
subcommand controls the characteristics of the
crosstabulation tables to be displayed. It has a number of possible
settings:
TABLES
, the default, causes crosstabulation tables to be output.
NOTABLES
suppresses them.
PIVOT
, the default, causes each TABLES
subcommand to be displayed in a
pivot table format. NOPIVOT
causes the old-style crosstabulation format
to be used.
AVALUE
, the default, causes values to be sorted in ascending order.
DVALUE
asserts a descending sort order.
INDEX
and NOINDEX
are currently ignored.
BOX
and NOBOX
is currently ignored.
The CELLS
subcommand controls the contents of each cell in the displayed
crosstabulation table. The possible settings are:
Frequency count.
Row percent.
Column percent.
Table percent.
Expected value.
Residual.
Standardized residual.
Adjusted standardized residual.
All of the above.
Suppress cells entirely.
‘/CELLS’ without any settings specified requests COUNT
, ROW
,
COLUMN
, and TOTAL
.
If CELLS
is not specified at all then only COUNT
will be selected.
The STATISTICS
subcommand selects statistics for computation:
Pearson chi-square, likelihood ratio, Fisher’s exact test, continuity correction, linear-by-linear association.
Phi.
Contingency coefficient.
Lambda.
Uncertainty coefficient.
Tau-b.
Tau-c.
Risk estimate.
Gamma.
Somers’ D.
Cohen’s Kappa.
Eta.
Spearman correlation, Pearson’s r.
All of the above.
No statistics.
Selected statistics are only calculated when appropriate for the statistic. Certain statistics require tables of a particular size, and some statistics are calculated only in integer mode.
‘/STATISTICS’ without any settings selects CHISQ. If the
STATISTICS
subcommand is not given, no statistics are calculated.
Please note: Currently the implementation of CROSSTABS
has the
following bugs:
Fixes for any of these deficiencies would be welcomed.
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