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RE: Matching data, Files A &B [Was: Re: st: Picking from a matrix ]
It seems that's it. Thanks.
I guess I should do with Sata what my Spanish teacher tells me to do: don't
try to translate, think straight into the language :-)
De : Stephen P. Jenkins [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Envoyé : jeudi 28 novembre 2002 10:45
À : email@example.com
Objet : RE: Matching data, Files A &B [Was: Re: st: Picking from a
On Thu, 28 Nov 2002 10:28:22 -0500 Benoit.Laplante@inrs-ucs.uquebec.ca
> Maybe things are simpler that I think they are but, for what I understand
> -merge-, it would merge observations that would have similar values on one
> or several variables both in File A and File B. The three variables Year,
> Age and Area do not exist as such in File B: Year defines lines while
> columns are combinations of Age within Area. Furthermore, there will not
> unique combinations of Year, Age and Area in A: some elements of B will
> to be copied several times to different lines of A. Also I need to copy
> one value from File B on any given line of A, not all 770 values of a
> line of B.
-merge- will not do matching by "similar" values, only on exact values.