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    hey folks! I'm stressed out with SPSS! I need to produce a scatterplot for two separate pairs of interval/ratio variables..except here's the problem. To get more marks I need to be original and someone said that I could recode or use count in a nominal or ordinal variable to change it into a ratio/interval variable...is this possible?? Does anyone know how and can they provide an example of the recode etc? Would be a massive help!
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    hey folks! I'm stressed out with SPSS! I need to produce a scatterplot for two separate pairs of interval/ratio variables..except here's the problem. To get more marks I need to be original and someone said that I could recode or use count in a nominal or ordinal variable to change it into a ratio/interval variable...is this possible?? Does anyone know how and can they provide an example of the recode etc? Would be a massive help!
    I can't answer your question, but you may get a better chance of a response in either the Sociology or Psychology forums - social scientists tend to use SPSS more than mathematics students
 
 
 
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