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Re: st: SPSS-like tables in STATA?
I think that's not quite true.
In the meantime: Here is a short list of some SPSS commands,
together with their Stata counterpart. -tab1- corresponds exactly
to SPSS' FREQUENCIES command.
FRE in SPSS procudes something like this:
Value | Label | Freq | Percent | Valid Percent | Cumulative Percent
with the difference between percent and valid percent being that one
includes missing values when calculating percentages, the other does not.
"tab1 var" in Stata produces
Value | Label | Freq | Valid Percent | Cumulative Percent
i.e. the percentages including missing values are omitted.
"tab1 var, m" produces a table without the valid percentages.
I think Sebastian's suggestions do not solve the problem either; however
I don't have one either, but would be very much interested in learning
about one, too, as I find it quite useful to have both columns that SPSS
produces in one stata table.
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