Using local Python objects in SPSSINC TRANS – examples with network statistics

When using SPSSINC TRANS, you have a wider array of functions to compute on cases in SPSS. Within the local session, you can create your own python functions within a BEGIN PROGRAM and END PROGRAM block. In SPSSINC TRANS you pass in the values in the current dataset, but you can also create functions that...

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Finding subgroups in a graph using NetworkX and SPSS

This is a task I’ve have to conduct under several guises in the past. Given a set of edges, reduce those edges into unique subgroups based on the transitive closure of those edges. That is, find a group in which all nodes can reach one another (via however many steps are necessary) but are completely...

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