I am using OMS to create a .doc file with the frequency table.
/IF COMMANDS=['Frequencies'] SUBTYPES=['Frequencies']
/DESTINATION FORMAT=DOC OUTFILE='...\OMS_IC_Tables1.doc'
The tables have the usual headings "frequency", "percent", "valid
percent" and "Cumulative percent". Is there a way to get only
"frequency", and "valid percent" in the output tables within the OMS?
OMS works at the level of entire tables, so you would need to generate a ta=
ble that only has the columns you want. You could this with CTABLES (part =
of the Custom Tables option). The alternative would be to produce the tabl=
e in the Viewer, eliminate the unwanted columns there, and use the OUTPUT E=
XPORT command to create the doc file.
You can hide columns in output using the SPSSINC MODIFY TABLES extension co=
mmand available from the SPSS Community at (www.ibm.com/developerworks/spss=