Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 15:53:16 +0100
Reply-To: Tony Clewett <tony@CLECOM.CO.UK>
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From: Tony Clewett <tony@CLECOM.CO.UK>
Subject: Re: Experiences with SAS/Graph and SPSS Science's GRAPHEXPRESS?
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With regard to your question on GraphExpress, there are free evaluation
copies available on CD and they are apparently fully functional but time
limited to 30 days. They can be obtained from SPSS Inc. or and of their
local offices/business partners (details can be found on their website
(www.spssscience.com/talk/ <http://www.spssscience.com/talk/> ). There are
also two demos on the site (www.spssscience.com/GraphExpress/index.html
<http://www.spssscience.com/GraphExpress/index.html> ) . One is an archived
copy of a seminar they conducted on the web (this is essentially a slide
show of screen shots with a voice over, and requires the RealPlayer8 Basic
plugin to run). The other is a flash demonstration (which requires Flash 4
to run). In the UK members can get details from SPSS Science Software UK
Ltd. (www.spss-science.co.uk <http://www.spss-science.co.uk> ).
It does appear to be a very easy way of creating publication-quality graphs
(using point and click buttons instead of commands, which are produced
automatically as well) for SAS users with Windows version 8.