Scott Gwin j.scott.gwin at
Tue Jul 6 12:27:29 BST 2010

I will post this to the Ubuntu Arizona LoCo mailing list and on our
website.  Where are you located?

On Jul 6, 2010 4:20 AM, "Matej Kovacic" <matej.kovacic at> wrote:
> Hi,
> PSPP is a free program for statistical analysis of data, a onensource
> clone of SPSS/PASW.
> PSPP can perform several data transformation (including recoding,
> weighting and handling of missing values), compute descriptive
> statistics (frequencies, descriptive statistics), compute crosstabs and
> explore tables, T-tests (one sample T-test, independent samples T-test,
> paired samples T-test) and one-way ANOVA, bivariate correlationlinear
> regression, factor analysis (Principal Component Analysis and Principal
> Axis Factoring), Chronbach Alpha (reliability measure), ROC curve and
> some non-parametric tests (Chi-square and Binominal).
> PSPP supports over 1 billion cases and over 1 billion variables, syntax
> and data files are compatible with SPSS, it is cross platform and Free
> Software, licensed under GPLv3 or later. You can run PSPP command line
> interface (pspp) or graphical interface (psppire). The official PSPP
> website is located at
> We are providing Ubuntu binary packages of development version here:
> And here is a wiki page:
> Is it possible to present PSPP in Ubuntu Weekly or some other similar
> magazine?
> Regards,
> Matej
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