Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2003 13:04:08 -0500
Reply-To: Monica Perry <email@example.com>
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From: Monica Perry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: SPSS Tables
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I don't know anything about the tables program, but I was looking at your email and saw "Community and Family Services". If you work for a government agency or school, SPSS offers discounts, so you may not have to spend $800. I would call them for a price quote before ordering online, then place your order according to price (I got a cheaper quote on the phone vs the website.) Whenever I get one of those "Do you want to upgrade?" brochures it never mentions govt/edu pricing...imagine that ;)
I'm not sure if they have non-profit discounts, but I would call (if you're NP).
Title 1 Program Specialist
Pitt County Schools
>>> Jean Hanson <email@example.com> 01/24/03 11:48AM >>>
I am interested in the SPSS tables module. SPSS does not have a demo to try it out. And for $800 I want to be sure it will do what I want.
I would like to be able to manipulate the tables such that they can be exported to a word document as is. I know I can do this with the base module, but the tables are not constructed in the format I need many times. So my question to those of you with the Tables module, are you satisfied with what it can do? Is it worth the $800?
Jean Hanson, PhD
Community & Family Services