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Re: st: systematically creating new observations
At 18:59 18/06/2004, Daphna Bassok wrote:
You could do this using the -ingap- package, downloadable from SSC. In
I am wondering if anyone can recommend a way to systematically create
Suppose I have a set of observations that looks something like this:
What I want to do is create a new observation (not a new variable), called
ALL so that the data would look something like this:
Of course, I need to do this more than once. I have to do it for
thousands of groups.
Is there a systematic way to add such an observation?
It seems pretty obvious but I cannot seem to figure it out.
ssc desc ingap
to find out more, and type
ssc install ingap
to install -ingap-. Then type
to find out more about how to use -ingap-.
I hope this helps.
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