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Re: st: using reshape

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Subject   Re: st: using reshape
Date   Tue, 12 Sep 2006 16:08:09 -0400


You understood.  Thanks.

Mike Frone

"Michael Blasnik" <[email protected]> 
Sent by: [email protected]
09/12/2006 01:13 PM
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<[email protected]>

Re: st: using reshape

Maybe I don't understand the problem, but if ir2 is the number of injuries 

reported and injnum is number for each injury created by reshape, why 
you just:

drop if injnum>ir2

immediately after the reshape?

Michael Blasnik
[email protected]

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 12:52 PM
Subject: Re: st: using reshape

> Svend,
> Thanks again for your suggestions.
> You're right that I could create a set of -drop- statements to remove 
> null records (where all reshaped variables are missing) so that 
> would create the unbalanced data set I need.  Despite my general 
> to using SPSS, I took a look at their version of -reshape-, called
> -restructure-.  There is a handy option to drop all null records, which
> easily creates unbalanced data sets.  It would be nice if Stata's
> -reshape- command had such an option.  Given the likelihood of adding 
> variables as the data analysis progresses, I will likely use SPSS to
> reshape my data.
> Mike Frone
> ****************************************************************
> Michael R. Frone, Ph.D.
> Senior Research Scientist
> Research Institute on Addictions
> State University of New York at Buffalo
> 1021 Main Street
> Buffalo, New York 14203

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