A bilinear algorithm for sparse representations by Georgiev P., Pardalos P., Theis F.

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Remaining numeric variables have been set to the system-missing >value and string variables have been set to blanks. >Command line: 6 Current case: 3 Current splitfile group: 1 40 Chapter 3 CSV Delimited Text Files A CSV file uses commas to separate data values and encloses values that include commas in quotation marks. Many applications export text data in this format. To read CSV files correctly, you need to use the GET DATA command. csv was exported from Microsoft Excel: ID,Name,Gender,Date Hired,Department 1,"Foster, Chantal",f,10/29/1998,1 2,"Healy, Jonathan",m,3/1/1992,3 3,"Walter, Wendy",f,1/23/1995,2 4,"Oliver, Kendall",f,10/28/2003,2 This data file contains variable descriptions on the first line and a combination of string and numeric data values for each case on subsequent lines, including string values that contain commas.

Any field names that are not valid SPSS variable names are automatically converted to valid variable names, and the original field names are used as variable labels. In this database table, many of the field names contain spaces, which are removed in the variable names. Figure 3-1 Database field names converted to valid variable names Example Now we’ll read the same database table—except this time, we’ll read only a subset of fields and records. sps. mdb;'+ 'DriverId=25;FIL=MS Access;MaxBufferSize=2048;PageTimeout=5;' /SQL = 'SELECT Age, Education, [Income Category]' ' FROM CombinedTable' ' WHERE ([Marital Status] <> 1 AND Internet = 1 )'.

The generator begins with a seed, a large integer. Starting with the same seed, the system will repeatedly produce the same sequence of numbers and will select the same sample from a given data file. At the start of each session, the seed is set to a value that may vary or may be fixed, depending on your current settings. The seed value changes each time a series of transformations contains one or more commands that use the random number generator. Example To repeat the same random distribution within a session or in subsequent sessions, use SET SEED before each series of transformations that use the random number generator to explicitly set the seed value to a constant value.

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