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Data files are not always organized to meet specific user needs. For example, users may wish to select a specific subject or split the data file into separate groups for analysis. If you have two or more subject groups in your data and you want to analyze each subject independently, you can use the select cases option. For example, the data we are currently analyzing has both male and female participants. However, if you wish to analyze only female cases, then you select Gender cases and set the condition for female cases only. Created by the ITS Training Program at CSULA for students.

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