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Re: st: Panel data and -spmap-

From   Nick Cox <>
To   "" <>
Subject   Re: st: Panel data and -spmap-
Date   Mon, 29 Apr 2013 17:14:43 +0100

In short, yes. You are just going to need to pile more conditions into
an -if- qualifier until -spmap- is satisfied.

-spmap- is from SSC. Please remember to explain where user-written
commands you refer to come from.


On 29 April 2013 17:08, Jeremy Wells <> wrote:

> I have a panel dataset with one observation per province-week over six years.
> I would like to draw maps using -spmap-, but I would like to have fewer than
> one map per week; thus, I created a year variable and entered
> spmap var using coorfile.dta if year==200X, id(province),
> which returns the following:
> Variable province specified in option id() does not uniquely identify the observations
> r(459);
> Is there a way around this that does not end up with me -collapse-ing the weekly data
> into years? A way to plot the mean, sum, change or any other average over the course
> of the 52 weeks would be ideal to have in this case, it seems.
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