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Saving your Session Journal Every time you use SPSS, make sure that you start a Session Journal Edit -> Options -> File Locations “Record syntax in Journal” should be checked on Set “Journal file” as Desktop or your USB Drive If you save Session Journal to Desktop, don’t forget to send it to your email account before you log off
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Opening Session Journal You can open Session Journal with any text editor, including MS Word, Note Pad, etc. Do NOT try to open Session Journal before closing SPSS
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Q#2 What is the proportion of female GSS respondents for each year? In your submission, create a table that shows the proportions of female and male respondents for each year. Do NOT simply cut and paste the SPSS table into your write up. Instead, create what you think is an appropriate table for a consumer of your research. Are there equal numbers of men and women respondents? If not, what might explain the difference?
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How to get table Data -> Split File
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course SYA 4300 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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