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Nick Cox <[email protected]> |

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Re: st: Mergining horozontally excel files under a particular patern |

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Wed, 4 Jul 2012 15:47:32 +0100 |

-import excel- is a valid command in Stata 12. See for example http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?import_excel My guess is this: You are not using Stata 12. A scan through the thread indicates that you did not explain this. The Statalist FAQ spells out at http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/resources/statalist-faq/#stata "The current version of Stata is 12.1. Please specify if you are using an earlier version; otherwise, the answer to your question is likely to refer to commands or features unavailable to you." Any further advice would need, at a minimum, you to explain what version you are using. Nick On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 3:35 PM, sabbas gidarokostas <[email protected]> wrote: > Thank you Scott and Nick > see below what I obtain > > > clear > > tempfile tmp > local j = 1 > forv i = 39(-1)1 { > import excel "C:\wer.xlsx", sheet("Sheet`i'") firstrow clear > if mod(`i',3) !=0 { > qui merge 1:1 _n using `tmp', nogenerate > save `tmp' ,replace > } > else { > save `tmp', replace > } > if mod(`j', 3) == 0 { > save gr`i', replace > local j = 1 > } > else { > local j = `j' + 1 > } > } > > > unrecognized command: import > r(199); > > > Thanks in advance > > > On 7/4/12, Nick Cox <[email protected]> wrote: >> You did not try what Scott suggested. >> >> He suggested -import excel- using an .xlsx file. You changed that to >> -insheet- using a .csv file. -insheet- has no notion of separate work >> sheets. You can't mush up two separate commands like tbis. >> >> Nick >> >> On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 8:59 AM, sabbas gidarokostas >> <[email protected]> wrote: >>> I made the correction but >>> >>> tempfile tmp >>> >>> . >>> . local j = 1 >>> >>> . >>> . forv i = 39(-1)1 { >>> 2. >>> . insheet using "wer.csv", sheet("Sheet`i'") firstrow clear >>> 3. >>> . if mod(`i',3) !=0 { >>> 4. >>> . qui merge 1:1 _n using `tmp', nogenerate >>> 5. >>> . save `tmp' ,replace >>> 6. >>> . } >>> 7. >>> . else { >>> 8. >>> . save `tmp', replace >>> 9. >>> . } >>> 10. >>> . if mod(`j', 3) == 0 { >>> 11. >>> . save gr`i', replace >>> 12. >>> . local j = 1 >>> 13. >>> . } >>> 14. >>> . else { >>> 15. >>> . local j = `j' + 1 >>> 16. >>> . } >>> 17. >>> . } >>> option sheet() not allowed >>> r(198); >>> >>> Why do I receive this mistake? >>> >>> thanks in advance >>> >>> On 7/4/12, David Radwin <[email protected]> wrote: >>>> I think you lost a comma and broke the line right before "sheet." >>>> -sheet- >>>> is an option of the -import excel- command. The fourth and fifth lines >>>> should be one line like this: >>>> >>>> . insheet using "wer.csv", sheet("Sheet`i'") firstrow clear >>>> >>>> >>>> David >>>> -- >>>> David Radwin >>>> Senior Research Associate >>>> MPR Associates, Inc. >>>> 2150 Shattuck Ave., Suite 800 >>>> Berkeley, CA 94704 >>>> Phone: 510-849-4942 >>>> Fax: 510-849-0794 >>>> >>>> www.mprinc.com >>>> >>>> >>>>> -----Original Message----- >>>>> From: [email protected] [mailto:owner- >>>>> [email protected]] On Behalf Of sabbas gidarokostas >>>>> Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2012 2:04 PM >>>>> To: [email protected] >>>>> Subject: Re: st: Mergining horozontally excel files under a particular >>>>> patern >>>>> >>>>> Hi scott >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> I tried what you said >>>>> >>>>> clear >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> tempfile tmp >>>>> local j = 1 >>>>> forv i = 39(-1)1 { >>>>> insheet using "wer.csv" >>>>> sheet("Sheet`i'") firstrow clear >>>>> if mod(`i',3) !=0 { >>>>> qui merge 1:1 _n using `tmp', nogenerate >>>>> save `tmp' ,replace >>>>> } >>>>> else { >>>>> save `tmp', replace >>>>> } >>>>> if mod(`j', 3) == 0 { >>>>> save gr`i', replace >>>>> local j = 1 >>>>> } >>>>> else { >>>>> local j = `j' + 1 >>>>> } >>>>> } >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> but I get the mistake >>>>> >>>>> unrecognized command: sheet >>>>> >>>>> thanks >>>>> >>>>> On 7/3/12, sabbas gidarokostas <[email protected]> >>>> wrote: >>>>> > thanks scott. I will try this. Many thanks >>>>> > >>>>> > On 7/3/12, Scott Merryman <[email protected]> wrote: >>>>> >> Something like: >>>>> >> >>>>> >> clear >>>>> >> tempfile tmp >>>>> >> local j = 1 >>>>> >> forv i = 39(-1)1 { >>>>> >> import excel "C:\Users\scott.merryman\Desktop\Book1.xlsx", >>>>> >> sheet("Sheet`i'") firstrow clear >>>>> >> if mod(`i',3) !=0 { >>>>> >> qui merge 1:1 _n using `tmp', nogenerate >>>>> >> save `tmp' ,replace >>>>> >> } >>>>> >> else { >>>>> >> save `tmp', replace >>>>> >> } >>>>> >> if mod(`j', 3) == 0 { >>>>> >> save gr`i', replace >>>>> >> local j = 1 >>>>> >> } >>>>> >> else { >>>>> >> local j = `j' + 1 >>>>> >> } >>>>> >> } >>>>> >> >>>>> >> >>>>> >> >>>>> >> Scott >>>>> >> >>>>> >> On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 12:31 PM, sabbas gidarokostas >>>>> >> <[email protected]> wrote: >>>>> >>> I have an excel file that contains 39 sheets >>>>> >>> 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,.. >>>>> >>> >>>>> >>> I want tfirst o merge sheet 3 with 2 and then merge the new sheet >>>> that >>>>> >>> results from this merging with sheet 1. So 3+2+1 >>>>> >>> Similarly, I want to merge first sheet 6 with 5 and then merge the >>>> new >>>>> >>> sheet that results from this merging with sheet 4. So. 6+5+4 >>>>> >>> Similarly, I want to merge first sheet 9 with 8 and then merge the >>>>> >>> new sheet that results from this merging with sheet 7. So, 9+8+7 >>>>> >>> And so forth >>>>> >>> To be more specific, >>>>> >>> My goal is to merge horizontally all the data contained in sheet 3 >>>>> >>> with the data contained in the matrix [C5 up to the C-end and C5 up >>>> to >>>>> >>> End-5] of Sheet 2. The outcome of this merging is then merged >>>>> >>> horizontally with the data contained in the matrix [C5 up to the >>>> C-end >>>>> >>> and C5 up to End-5] of Sheet 1 >>>>> >>> >>>>> >>> Similarly, I want to merge horizontally all the data contained in >>>>> >>> sheet 6 with the data contained in the matrix [C5 up to the C-end >>>> and >>>>> >>> C5 up to End-5] of Sheet 5. The outcome of this merging is then >>>> merged >>>>> >>> horizontally with the data contained in the matrix [C5 up to the >>>> C-end >>>>> >>> and C5 up to End-5] of Sheet 4 >>>>> >>> >>>>> >>> and so forth. >>>>> >>> >>>>> >>> Is there any way to do this particular merging * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

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