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st: selecting a range
I would like to know if there is an easy way of selecting a range of data
from a dataset. For example, I would like to list the study numbers and age
of people in my dataset who have the values 0, 6 , 7 , 9 or 500 for a
particular variable, x.
At the moment I write it out like this:
list studyno age if x==0 | x==6 | x ==7 | x==9 | x==500
In sas, one could write "not in(0,6,7,9,500)"
or in spss, ~=range(x,0,6,7,9,500) (or something similar, can't quite
but I cannot find a simpler method in Stata.
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