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You can perform many of the same tasks in UNICOM Intelligence Professional that you can in Quantum. However, the way you do them is different in UNICOM Intelligence Professional. This topic describes the UNICOM Intelligence Professional approach.
Quantum documentation
First let us categorize the Quantum tasks, by looking at the contents of the four volumes of the Quantum 5.7 User's Guide:
1. Data editing
This covers listing, validating, checking, and cleaning data, and setting up new variables.
2. Basic tables
This covers the basics of creating tables.
3. Advanced tables
This covers more advanced table features, such as setting up weighting for your tables, dealing with hierarchical data, adding statistical tests, and customizing the output.
4. Administrative functions
This covers converting and transferring data, as well as setting up a Quanvert database.
UNICOM Intelligence Professional documentation
The UNICOM Intelligence Professional documentation is divided into three main sections. The first section is an introduction to using UNICOM Intelligence Professional and the other two sections reflect the two main areas of functionality:
Using UNICOM Intelligence Professional
This provides a general introduction to UNICOM Intelligence Professional and working in its integrated development environment (IDE). See Using UNICOM Intelligence Professional for more information.
Data Management scripting
This covers functions that generally correspond to those covered in Volumes 1 and 4 of the Quantum User's Guide, but with the addition of setting up weighting. See Data management scripting for more information.
Table scripting
This covers functions that generally correspond to those covered in Volumes 2 and 3 of the Quantum User's Guide, with the exception of setting up weighting. See Table scripting for more information.
See also
Notes for Quantum users