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PSPP

PSPP

PSPP is a command-line program for statistical analysis of sampled data. It is intended as a free replacement of the proprietary program, SPSS.

It interprets commands in the SPSS language and produces output in two forms: tables and charts, and tabular output in ASCII, PostScript, or HTML format.

It already supports a large subset of SPSS's transformation language. Its statistical procedure support is currently limited, but increasing.

 PSPP 0.8.4

Price
Free to download

Size
6.0MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Ben Pfaff and other contributors

Website
www.gnu.org/software/pspp

System Requirements
To compile:
libplot
libgsl
GNU gmp

Support:
PSPP Manual, FAQ

Selected Reviews:
SPSS User Group

Features include:

  • Supports over 1 billion cases
  • Supports over 1 billion variables
  • Import Excel, Gnumeric, OpenDocument spreadsheets, Comma Separated Values and ASCII files as well as Postgres databases
  • Export to SPSS 'Portable', 'system', and ASCII
  • Performs T-tests (One Sample, Independent Samples, and Paired Samples Modes), ANOVA, linear regression and other statistical operations
  • Recode, rearrange, and manipulate data
  • High-quality output formatting:
    • Presentation-quality tables on suitable devices, such as laser printers and raster displays. This is currently implemented through a PostScript driver. A simple HTML tables driver is also available.
    • Other devices, such as terminals and dot-matrix printers, are supported through an ASCII driver. IBM PC box-drawing characters can also be used. Bold and italics are supported if the underlying device supports them.
    • Output can be directed to multiple devices at once, for instance to a dot-matrix printer and a PostScript printer, and retain the unique output properties of each device.
  • Portability: PSPP is easy to port
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