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Re: st: Compare two datasets


From   Philip Ryan <philip.ryan@adelaide.edu.au>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Compare two datasets
Date   Sat, 8 Nov 2003 23:45:32 +1030

Xavi

You might try Tom Steichen's program -cf3.ado- available from the SSC site.  In

web-aware Stata, type:

findit cf3

-cf3- requires an identifier for each record, but as you appear to have double-
entered data, this would almost certainly be true in your case.  -cf3- gives 
much more useful information than -cf-.

I hope this helps.

Phil



Quoting Xavi Barber <xbarber@altern.org>:

> I have two datasets, but is the same input by two operators.
> 
> I use the "cf" command, but I ' would know more information, no only "15 
> mismatches" , it's possible?
> 
> thanks
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