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Nick Cox <[email protected]> |

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Re: st: Average If with Multiple Conditions |

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Mon, 29 Oct 2012 18:29:51 +0000 |

A -collapse- gets you a table with the same dimensions and values. . collapse marks, by(d_r timeline) . tabdisp d_r timeline, c(marks) -------------------------------------------------- | timeline d_r | -1 0 1 2 ----------+--------------------------------------- 80 | 29.47333 43.795 91.63 100 | 23.165 13.76 32.40667 145 | 26.40333 63.92 13.9 -------------------------------------------------- Is that what you want? On Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 6:03 PM, Lisa Wang <[email protected]> wrote: > I am having trouble finding the correct code in Stata. A sample of my > data looks like this: > > +----------------------------------+ > | student d_r marks timeline | > |----------------------------------| > 1. | A 145 33.06 -1 | > 2. | A 100 13.76 0 | > 3. | A 80 33.11 0 | > 4. | A 100 54.75 1 | > 5. | A 80 32.45 1 | > 6. | A 145 13.9 2 | > |----------------------------------| > 7. | B 145 13.87 -1 | > 8. | B 100 32.59 -1 | > 9. | B 145 31.66 0 | > 10. | B 80 13.58 0 | > 11. | B 100 24.45 1 | > 12. | B 80 55.14 1 | > |----------------------------------| > 13. | C 145 32.28 -1 | > 14. | C 100 13.74 -1 | > 15. | C 145 96.18 0 | > 16. | C 80 41.73 0 | > 17. | C 100 18.02 1 | > 18. | C 80 91.63 2 | > +----------------------------------+ > > > What I would like to do is an = AVERAGEIFS(marks, d_r, 145, timeline, > -1) in the first cell. > > The desired end result would be: > > ---------------------------------------------------| > 1. | . -1 0 1 2 | > 2. | 145 26.403 63.92 - 13.9 | > 3. | 100 23.165 13.76 32.4067 - | > 4. | 80 - 29.473 43.795 91.63 | > +----------------------------------------------------+ > Otherwise, as some output table or in some new columns/cells is fine > as well, so that I can average out all the marks again for each > particular timeline day (eg. day 0 average = 35.7177). > > > > I did this in Excel but unsure as to how to do the same in Stata, > which is what I would like to learn better and then reduce the > reliance on Excel. Coupled with the fact that I have 1.3 million > observations in my dataset, which Excel won't be able to process as > efficiently as Stata. > > I think I need to do -levelsof d_r- and also - levelsof timeline- to > find all the unique values that act as the set of criteria in my > averageif and then store this as a local macro -local new_local = > r(levels)-? But any guidance is greatly appreciated. * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/resources/statalist-faq/ * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

**References**:**st: Average If with Multiple Conditions***From:*Lisa Wang <[email protected]>

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