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This page was created using SPSS version Variables can be easily renamed using the SPSS command Saasv feqqs sffaxcs. However, if you would like to rename many variables in your dataset by simply adding a suffix to the variable name, this can be easily done with a simple Python program.
These can be obtained from the SPSS website. Defining a function We will start by defining a very simple function using Python.
This function, which we call myprint, prints the string that you provide. Because these are SPSS commands, they end with a period. On the second line, we define the function myprint, and the argument for that function is called mystring. Next, we use the Python print command to print mystring.
Note that the print command must be indented. We then make two calls to myprint. We will use the elemapi2. As before, we start with the SPSS command begin program.
Next we import two modules, spss and spssaux. We will use functions from these libraries in the program. On the third line, we open the data file. In this example, the data file is called elemapi2.
On the fourth line, we put the names of the variables in the dataset into a Python variable called vdict. On the next line, we create a variable called nvars which contains the number of variables in mylist. In the next part of the program, we use a loop to rename each of the variables contained in myvar.
On the fourth line of the loop, we use the spss.
Submit function so that we can use the SPSS rename variables command to rename the variables. Please note that the indenting in the loop is necessary.
Renaming variables with a Python function In this example, we will write a Python function called renamefun to rename the variables.
This function will have four arguments. The location and name of the dataset will be given in datapath; the first variable to be renamed will be given in mystart; the last variable to be renamed will be given in myend; the suffix to be used to rename the variables will be given in suffix.
Each of these arguments must be given in quotes. Much of the code above looks similar to that used in the previous example. We use the spssaux. OpenDataFile function to open the data file with the variables that we want to rename.
As before, we use the spssaux. VariableDict function to obtain the names of the variables in the data file, then we select only the variables between the start variable and the end variable, and put those names into a Python variable called mylist.
The loop used in this example is almost identical to the loop used in the previous example. Finally, we use our new function and then end the program. Using the Python function You can save the syntax above as a Python function called renamefun.
Once you have saved the file as a Python file with the. Because renamefun is just a function rather than a complete moduleyou need to use the from option on the import statement.
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