This page is intended to give a stable root for downloading the PSPP-for-Windows setup from free mirrors.
|Highlights of the current PSPP-for-Windows setup|
There are issues with the latest build. Some users report crashes on their systems on other systems it works fine.
Sources can be found here.
Also see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSPP
At the user’s choice, statistical output and graphics are done in ASCII, PDF, PostScript or HTML formats. A limited range of statistical graphs can be produced, such as histograms, pie-charts and np-charts.
PSPP can import Gnumeric, OpenDocument and Excel spreadsheets, Postgres databases, comma-separated values– and ASCII-files. It can export files in the SPSS ‘portable’ and ‘system’ file formats and to ASCII files. Some of the libraries used by PSPP can be accessed programmatically; PSPP-Perl provides an interface to the libraries used by PSPP.
A brief list of some of the features of PSPP follows:
- Supports over 1 billion cases.
- Supports over 1 billion variables.
- Syntax and data files are compatible with SPSS.
- Choice of terminal or graphical user interface.
- Choice of text, postscript or html output formats.
- Inter-operates with Gnumeric, OpenOffice.Org and other free software.
- Easy data import from spreadsheets, text files and database sources.
- Fast statistical procedures, even on very large data sets.
- No license fees.
- No expiration period.
- No unethical “end user license agreements”.
- Fully indexed user manual.
- Free Software; licensed under GPLv3 or later.
- Cross platform; Runs on many different computers and many different operating systems.
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