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A dataset of this size on a 32bit computer may struggle to render in the editor as your computer will attempt to draw 112 million cells. This can be done if you have sufficient computer memory.

However, you should be able to read it and analyse it simply using the READ command with the PAR setting set appropriately. Save the file in a space delimited format (PRN in Excel) and then try commands like:

PAR 1000000 READ(myfile.prn) / NAMES

If the names are on the first row SHAZAM will automatically pick up the variable names ready for analysis.

If you continue to have trouble, email help@econometrics.com and we will assist.

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A dataset of this size on a 32bit computer may struggle to render in the editor as your computer will attempt to draw 112 million cells. This can be done if you have sufficient computer memory.

However, you should be able to read it and analyse it simply using the READ command with the PAR setting set appropriately. Save the file in a space delimited format (PRN in Excel) and then try commands like:

PAR 1000000
READ(myfile.prn) / NAMES

NAMES

If the names are on the first row SHAZAM will automatically pick up the variable names ready for analysis.

If you continue to have trouble, email help@econometrics.com contact us through one of the methods on our Contact Page and we will assist.

SHAZAM Help

A dataset of this size on a 32bit computer may struggle to render in the editor as your computer will attempt to draw 112 million cells. This can be done if you have sufficient computer memory.

However, you should be able to read it and analyse it simply using the READ command with the PAR setting set appropriately. Save the file in a space or comma delimited format (PRN or CSV in Excel) and then try commands like:

PAR 1000000
READ(myfile.prn) READ(myfile.csv) / NAMES

If the names are on the first row SHAZAM will automatically pick up the variable names ready for analysis.

If you continue to have trouble, contact us through one of the methods on our Contact Page and we will assist.

SHAZAM Help

A dataset of this size on a 32bit computer may struggle to render in the editor as your computer will attempt to draw 112 million cells. This can be done if you have sufficient computer memory.

However, you should be able to read it and analyse it simply using the READ command with the PAR setting set appropriately. Save the file in a space or comma delimited format (PRN or CSV in Excel) and then try commands like:

PAR 1000000
READ(myfile.csv) / NAMES

If the names are on the first row SHAZAM will automatically pick up the variable names ready for analysis.

If you continue to have trouble, contact us through one of the methods on our Contact Page and we will assist.