Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2000 16:43:45 -0600
Reply-To: Max Martin <mmartin@EDGEWOOD-SA.K12.TX.US>
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From: Max Martin <mmartin@EDGEWOOD-SA.K12.TX.US>
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SORT cases by CASENO COMPLAIN.
if (lag(flag)=1 and caseno=lag(caseno)) flag=1.
Then select or filter your cases to get all cases with flag=1.
I tried it with a small dataset of 16 cases, and it seemed to work ok
----- Original Message -----
From: Kevin Borders <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Max Martin <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2000 3:40 PM
> What I'm trying to select are all cases that have a complaint of 1
> to them (which I know how to do), as well as the rest of the complaints
> that are attached to that case number, where one of the complaints =
> 1. When I just select for complaint = 1, all of the other case numbers
> and complaints which also have that case number are filtered out. I'm
> wanting to know this "in cases that have a complaint =1, what other
> are also connected with this case?"
> Kevin Borders, MSSW, University of Louisville
> firstname.lastname@example.org - email
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