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Re: st: time-series data identified by three variables

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Subject   Re: st: time-series data identified by three variables
Date   Wed, 28 Nov 2012 04:44:00 -0500

Dear Nick,
Thank you for your reply!
For the first code do you mean 
> bysort illness_id date of visit : egen meansev = mean(severity)

Because all I care is on a certain date, what is the average severity across all patient visited for a certain disease.

And how exactly does "bysort" work? Does it treat the argument variables as a group? 
For instance if date=June5; day=5, month=june
Is bysort month day equivalent to bysort date?

Sent from my iPhone

On Nov 28, 2012, at 4:21 AM, Nick Cox <> wrote:

> You want commands like
> bysort patient_id illness_id date of visit : egen meansev = mean(severity)
> by patient_id illness_id : gen repeat = _n - 1
> as you want to number 0 upwards.
> Nick
> On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 6:28 AM, yannan shen <> wrote:
>> I am working some panel data of hospital visits and I want to learn
>> the severity of various disease.
>> The variables I have in the dataset are: patient_id, illness_id,
>> date_of_visit, severity
>> each observation contains: patient_id, illness_id, date_of_visit, severity.
>> For each patient (identified by patient_id), I want to know how many
>> of times he has visited for the same illness (illness_id ).
>> I use the duple command to to label the observation of patients who
>> have visited hospital more than once.
>>> duplicates tag  patient_id illness_id , generate(duple)
>> However, duple does not give information for any time series
>> information. If a patient has 5 visiting records, I want to be able to
>> know which is the 0th repeat, 1st repeat, 2nd repeat, 3rd repeat, and
>> 4th repeat...I have a vague feeling that I can order those variables
>> via date_of_visit but I am still not sure how exactly that can be
>> done.
>> Furthermore, I want to create two new variables: one variable equals
>> to the average severity of each disease (disease_id) being treated on
>> the same date_of_visit. The other variable equals the highest severity
>> of a certain disease being treated on that day. (Ideally, I want to
>> create additional variables for each observation)
>> I have used “bysort” in the past but since now the type is a
>> combination of illness_id and date_of_visit, I am a little confused.
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