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st: RE: Making a single table of frequencies for multiple variables
A similar question was asked by Nikolaos A. Patsopoulos on
Monday, and the first answer was
Check out -tabm- from -tab_chi- on SSC.
Alternatively, an approach from first
principles is to -reshape long- so
that this reduces to a two-way tabulation.
> I'm doing a cluster analysis and and want to look at frequencies for a
> list of 25+ variables for each of six groups. It's easiest for me to
> export the results to Excel and look at them there, so it would be
> easiest to get a single table of frequencies.
> But tab1 gives a separate table for each variable. Tabstat does give a
> table like the one I want, but it shows only summary statistics and
> not frequencies.
> Does anyone know an option or command that will let me do this?
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