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st: Catching up
"Megan Valentine" <Megan.Valentine@newcastle.edu.au>
st: Catching up
Mon, 14 Jan 2013 12:18:02 +1100
How are you all going? I can see from Facebook that the kids are growing like weeds. Does this question mean you are now back at work?
I am working currently 3days/week with Kim Colyvas, hence saw this email as I have recently joined listserve.
Wednesday/ Friday are still flexible until teaching starts again, though not sure how much I will do this semester as will be in UK for 6 weeks mid April for new baby.
What is the best way to catch up soon.
Discipline of Statistics
School of Mathematical & Physical Sciences
University of Newcastle
>>> "Michelle T. Butler" <Michelle.Butler@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au> 14/01/2013 10:37 am >>>
Hi all, I am searching a string variable for cases who don't have diarrhoea.I need to identify records where the terms nil, no or denies preceeds the term diarrhoea in the same sentence.I have already identified that these terms do not always immediately preceed diarrhoea eg. No vomiting/diarrhoea, so I am looking for a way to extract all observations where nil, no, denies occurs in close proximity to diarrhoea, ignoring spelling errors/upper/lower case variations etc.Thank you for your help,Tove Fitzgerald.
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