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SPSS/PC+ variable labels may be up to 40 characters in length and may include spaces. Remember, though, that labels do not have to be supplied to the SPSS/PC+ system. Variable labels are optional and their presence or absence has no effect on the analyses performed. (iii) Variable type: Different kinds of analysis are appropriate to categorical data (such as that relating to country of origin, sex, or favourite sport) and numerical data (such as that relating to age in years, annual income, or number of children).

Shooting .. Skiing ... Golf ... Squash .. Chess .. In each of these examples only one answer is permitted- and thus each of the five questions (a) to (e) provides a single variable. Consider, however, a variation of example (e): (f) 'Which of the following games have you engaged in during the past FOUR WEEKS': Hockey .. Tennis .. Football .. Shooting .. Skiing ... Golf ... Squash .. Chess .. Here some respondents may tick none of the games listed. Others may tick one, and some will tick more than one.

Interesting Boring Neither boring nor interesting Cannot remember This is easily coded, and will therefore be amenable to statistical analysis (although it has to be admitted that the data which will emerge will not be nearly as full or interesting, in this case, as those which would be likely to emerge from the open-ended question). The raw data from responses to written questionnaires, interviews, etc. are therefore prepared for use by SPSS/PC+ by being coded according to a uniform coding scheme.

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