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Re: Help in SAS code- convert to .sav file #6

Premalatha T wrote:
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> Is there any SAS code for converting  a SAS data set to a SPSS (.sav) file. I did work by using the SPSS commands 'get sas data' but I wanted to know whether there is any method to convert the dataset into .sav file without using SPSS (using SAS codes).
>
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Statransfer seems to be the best product

because it has surpassed the following problems on witch
dbmscopy and current lasts versions of spss(12 13 and partialy 11)
are falling

-loose of the sas formats  (get sas ... are not working...completely!)
   see my mail of  Sas formats:converting SAS dataset into SPSS data
http://listserv.uga.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind0507c&L=sas-l&F=&S=&P=24429

-bug because the variables names + labels are more than 32k (for dbmscopy)

Current version of Stattransfer8 is reading sas v9 files

HTH
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Re: Opening SAS Logs with color coding (.log files) #6
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