I've considered adding an Explorer file handler so that in Windows File Explorer you can right-click on an SPSS file and create a copy of the file which includes only a random subset of records. This would be used to create a working copy of the data which doesn't take as long to compute in RB.
This feature would allow users to apply different weights to different groups or sets of groups. For example you could apply one set of weights to "income" columns and another set of weights to "country" columns, or to a specific country column. (Whereas now you can only apply different weights to... [view]
First you upload your dataset to our secure servers. Then in Report Builder you connect your project to the remote dataset (rather than the local SPSS file). Our servers are able to compute the results faster – because they are high performing machines plus they split the task among multiple machi... [view]
Is there a way to save the data so that I don't have to rerun everything whenever I open the file? I have all my tables set up, but when I exit out of the program, the next time I open it up, then I have to re-run them again. Does that make sense? [view]
Here's how it would work. If user selects one or more item(s) in the project tree, all having the same parent, user can drag the item(s) and drop somewhere else. The drop location must be a valid location for the type of item(s) being dragged. This might commonly be used to simply re-order items wi... [view]