At 12:09 PM 6/26/2006, you wrote:
>I've got a question which I cannot resolve easily.
I have a macro which works in SAS to produce LaTeX tables. It produces 1
table, 2 tables 10001,002002 tables in one pass.
In SAS, however.
>I have produced a table in SPSS (6rows by 10 colums table) from a
>crosstabs. I can copy it into my LaTeX editor. It works fine, but the
>table format dissapears (as it should). I can format it the way I like it.
>But I have about a 100 of these tables, and formatting it by hand is
>nearly impossible. So I tried the RTF route (SPSS->RTF->LaTeX), but it
>produces impossible to handle tables which I cannot format properly
>(shifting columns for example).
>Is there a way out of this? I checked the SPSS site and some LaTeX
>sites, but there seems to be nothing.
>The format I want is the standard table format in LaTeX without the
>extra formatting done by conversion programs for RTF:
>77 & etc...
>Anything might help. I probably get a lot more tables to typeset this way.
>Thanks in advance,
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Paul A. Thompson, Ph.D.
Division of Biostatistics
Washington University School of Medicine
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