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st: RE: tabulating frequency records |

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Thu, 10 Jul 2003 16:14:05 +0100 |

Zekveld, Cornelia > I have frequency data and would like to tabulate some > variables. For some of > the cells there are no observations, which should then be > treated like a > missing value which is what they are (using the table > command). However, for > other cells the frequency is zero (actually an average less > than 0.5), but > for these entries the table command also handles them as if > they are missing > and so I turn up with blanks! > > The only solution I could come up with, is to replace the > zero frequencies > with an obvious number like 9999 and then my problem is > solved (not ideal), > however, I would like to know whether there is a way to > tabulate such data > so that in the table a zero is displayed instead of the 9999s > > > . table agentname agecat [fw= AnnAvgActT], c(freq) missing > > -------------------------------------------------------------- > | agecat > AgentName | 16-39 40-64 65+ > -----------------------------------------+-------------------- > A........ | 1 2 . > C....... | 9,999 1 . > C..... | . 1 9,999 > I............ | . 9,999 . > N..... | 1 9,999 . > O........... | 1 2 9,999 > -------------------------------------------------------------- > > If I do not use the 9999 - method, then the last column of > 65+ is totally dropped. I am not sure what is entailed by an average frequency < 0.5. -table- works on each cell frequency independently, except that totally empty rows or columns will be omitted. So I am not clear what the problem is. Does -tabulate- produce the same result? -tabcount- on SSC may help. There was a posting on Statalist on 22 June 2003: here is the URL, which will possibly get split after it leaves my machine: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/lwgate/STATALIST/archives/statalis t.0306/Author/article-462.html Nick [email protected] * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/res/findit.html * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

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