PUTDATA — ASCII-interface to statistical program packages (SAS)
Writes scalar speech parameters, psychopathology syndrome scores
(ZGF, COPE, HAMD, PANSS, SANS, SSCL16, and SSCL16-Supplement)
to a prespecified output device. The data format can either be
generated implicitly through the program itself, or explicitly be
specified through a format statement. The output device may then
serve as an interface to statistical program packages such as
SAS or SPSS. As an option, a SAS-macro that reads standard
PUTDATA-files can be generated.
Specificationlist: PUTDATA
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I4 NVAR 1 Default-value
I4 NOBS 0 Default-value
R4 XMIN 0.000 Default-value
R4 XMAX 0.000 Default-value
I4 DATA 0 Default-value
R4 MISS -999.000 Default-value
I4 MODE 0 Default-value
I4 NORM 0 Default-value
I4 PMAX 0 Default-value
R4 XFAC 1.000 Default-value
R4 YFAC 1.000 Default-value
FORM(Format)
01 NVAR Number of variables to be processed
02 NOBS Number of observations
03 XMIN Lower bound of observed values
04 XMAX Upper bound of observed values
05 DATA Logical unit number of input-device
06 MISS Specifies how missing data are coded
07 MODE Specifies type of graphical presentation
08 NORM Specifies whether variables are to be normalized
09 PMAX Specifies maximum percentage across variables
10 XFAC Scale factor for plots (x-direction)
11 YFAC Scale factor for plots (y-direction)
12 FORM Optional format-string for data input
13 DEMO Examples that illustrate program function
- NVAR: Number of variables to be processed (maximum
number is 32)
- NOBS: Number of observations to be processed (NOBS=0: read
to end of file)
- XMIN: Lower bound of variables
- XMAX: Upper bound of variables (XMIN=0 and XMAX=0: automatic
scaling; if XMIN and XMAX are explicitly specified
then outliers are automatically allocated to XMIN or
XMAX, whichever is appropriate)
- DATA = 0: Plot parameters are set to defaults, no data processing
> 0: Logical unit number of input-device (valid numbers are
40-98)
- MISS = m: Data records with variable values X = m are skipped
- MODE = 0: Raw data are to be processed
= 1: Empirical frequencies are to be processed
= 2: Percentages are to be processed
- NORM = 0: Normalization according to the maximum of each variable
= 1: Normalization according to the maximum of variable pairs
= 2: Normalization according to the maximum of all variables
variables
- PMAX = 0: Normalization according to parameter NORM
= p: Normalization with respect to "p" if the value "p"
is larger than the value provided by parameter NORM
- XFAC = x: Scale factor for plots in x-direction (standard=1)
- YFAC = y: Scale factor for plots in y-direction (standard=1)
- FORM: Optional format-string for data input (F-format):
must be of FORTRAN-like form: FORM(format-string)
- DEMO: Prepare speech parameters for SAS analyses
Example
&&START CSELECT=Normative speech study zurich: ages 18-25 (study 600)
STUD=600,ATAG=1,STAT=2,AMIN=18,AMAX=25,PROT=1,RSET=1
POPU=AGE18-25
?
&&START CSELECT=Normative speech study zurich: ages 26-35 (study 600)
AMIN=26,AMAX=35,RSET=0
POPU=AGE26-35
?
&&START PUTDATA=Analysis of converted bli-tapes (stud600)
PROT=1,LPRT=64
?
&&START PUTDATA=Analysis of converted bli-tapes (stud600)
MODE=1,LPRT=65