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Re: st: How to import help file (dictionary file)


From   Roger Newson <roger.newson@kcl.ac.uk>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: How to import help file (dictionary file)
Date   Sun, 27 Nov 2005 15:49:07 +0000

At 03:26 26/11/2005, Ebtihal Alabdeen wrote:

Dear Sir/Madam

I have converted a SAS file into stata file, but i dont know how
to import the SAS help file, I mean how can import the file that
contains the values of the variables like 1=yes 2=no and so on?

It would be easier for us to help if you told us exactly how you converted the SAS file into the Stata file. For instance, do you have StatTransfer or DBMS/Copy? And, if so, what version?

In Stata, the job of SAS formats is done by value labels. StatTransfer can convert SAS formats to Stata value labels. I don't know about DBMS/Copy. To find out more about DBMS/Copy, see

http://www.dataflux.com/Product-Services/Products/dbms.asp

and to find out more about StatTransfer, see

http://www.stattransfer.com/

If you do not have a data converter such as DBMS/Copy or StatTransfer, then you will have to translate the SAS -proc format- code to Stata -label- statements.

I hope this helps.

Roger



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