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st: Another reshape wide question
Thanks for all the responses to my previous question. One other one:
Will Stata let me "reshape" some variables wide and not others (the
ones that are time invariant and hence missing in observations 2 and 3
for each individiual)? When I try to do this, it tells me that those
variables are not constant for each person.
On 4/18/06, Nick Cox <email@example.com> wrote:
> The short answer is absolutely not. Stata cannot divine
> your desired -reshape- without information on what variables
> you want to be reshaped.
> Please check out the manual entry in detail, then
> FAQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Problems with reshape
> 12/03 I am having problems with the reshape command. Can
> you give further guidance?
> and then (if your problem remains insoluble) report back with
> more detail on the structure of your variable names.
> Amber Katz
> > I'm trying to reshape my data, but have a very large number of
> > variables which are not necessarily in the same form. Is there some
> > way I can execute this command without typing out all the variable
> > names?
> > Also, is there a way I can put a list of variable names into some sort
> > of "namelist" variable which I can use later? (i.e. I would just type
> > "reshape wide <namelist>) I know that there's some "syntax" command
> > but don't understand how to use it here.
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