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Re: st: Re: interested in tabvals


From   John LeBlanc <John.LeBlanc@dal.ca>
To   Michael Blasnik <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re: st: Re: interested in tabvals
Date   Sun, 13 May 2007 14:54:08 -0300

Thanks; I must have misread a later posting.

John LeBlanc
__________________________________________________________

John C. LeBlanc, MD, MSc, FRCPC
Associate Professor
Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Community Health and Epidemiology
Dalhousie University

IWK Health Centre               Work phone: (902) 470-8930
5850 University Avenue          Work fax:   (902) 470-6913
Halifax, Nova Scotia            Email: John.LeBlanc@Dal.Ca
B3K 6R8 CANADA                  Pager:      (902) 470-8888
__________________________________________________________



On Sun, 13 May 2007 12:38:04 -0400, Michael Blasnik wrote:
I just posted the clarification for that exact portion of code yesterday 
--  
didn't you see it on Statalist?
The correct lines there are numbered below (done include the number and 
it open
parentheses)
 
> *** ? ***
1) syntax varlist( min=1 max=2) [if] [in], values(numlist) [MISSing] *
 
2) if "`missing'"!="" {
 
3) local novarlist "novarlist"
 
4) }
 
 
I don't plan to put in semi colon delinmiters.  I'd rather just post it 
to SSC
once I write a help file.
 
 
----- Original Message -----
From: "John LeBlanc" <John.LeBlanc@dal.ca>
To: "Michael Blasnik" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2007 9:17 AM
Subject: Re: st: Re: interested in tabvals
 
 
> Michael, it is not clear for novice programmers like me to detect 
where
> word-wrapping is a problem. If you have time, perhaps you could change
> the delimiter to something like ';'. Alternatively, I"ve cleaned it up
> as best as I can figure out but I'm puzzled by the section I've marked
> with ***?***. Are the <CR> correct?
>
> program define tabvals
> version 8.0
> *!  v 1.0 M Blasnik
> *** ? ***
> syntax varlist( min=1 max=2) [if] [in], values(numlist)
> [MISSing] * if "`missing'"!="" {  local novarlist "novarlist"
> }
> *** ? ***
> marksample touse , `novarlist'
> local var: word 1 of `varlist'
> qui levels `var' if `touse', local(hasvals) `missing'
> local addvals: list values - hasvals
> local tempobs: word count `addvals'
> if `tempobs'>0 {
> preserve
> local origN=_N
> qui expand `tempobs'+1 in l
> tempvar real
> qui gen byte `real'=(_n<=`origN')
> qui replace `touse'=1 in -`tempobs'/l
> forvalues i=1/`tempobs' {
>  local obsn=`origN'+`i'
>  local val: word `i' of `addvals'
>  qui replace `var'=`val' in `obsn'
> }
> noi tab `varlist' if `touse', subpop(`real') `missing' `options'
> restore
> }
> else {
> noi tab `varlist' if `touse' , `missing' `options'
> }
> end
>
> John LeBlanc
> __________________________________________________________
>
> John C. LeBlanc, MD, MSc, FRCPC
> Associate Professor
> Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Community Health and Epidemiology
> Dalhousie University
>
> IWK Health Centre               Work phone: (902) 470-8930
> 5850 University Avenue          Work fax:   (902) 470-6913
> Halifax, Nova Scotia            Email: John.LeBlanc@Dal.Ca
> B3K 6R8 CANADA                  Pager:      (902) 470-8888
> __________________________________________________________
>
>
>
> On Sat, 12 May 2007 12:58:46 -0400, Michael Blasnik wrote:
> I just posted it on Statalist in this thread -- that's the only way to
> get it
> now.  I have not made it available any other way since I thought
> that -tabvalues- accomplished the same thing.  I guess there are some
> differences, so I might post it to SSC if I get around to writing a 
help
> file.
> In the mean time, just use the Statalist archives to retrieve my 
message
> and fix
> any word wrap problems  and save it to your local ado folder.
>
> Michael Blasnik
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Michael McCulloch" <mm@pinest.org>
> To: <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
> Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2007 12:15 PM
> Subject: st: interested in tabvals
>
>
>> Hello Statalist members,
>> This -tabvals- program looks useful. I have searched the Stata site
> and the
>> web without success. Is this a program that can be obtained for use?
>> Thank you.
>>
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