Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2001 13:56:32 -0400
Reply-To: Jessica Kenty <jkenty@LYNX.DAC.NEU.EDU>
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From: Jessica Kenty <jkenty@LYNX.DAC.NEU.EDU>
Subject: Finding duplicate responses in a Variable
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I am trying to merge files, but I find that one of my files has duplicate
responses in the ID variable (i.e. ID # 256 occurs twice) - when this
simply must be an error. I am interested in looking at these duplicates on
a case by case basis. I could do so with a Frequency table, but, with over
8000 cases, looking for "2's" in a long list of "1's" is too difficult for
my eyes & time consuming. Does anyone know of a better way than running
frequencies? I'd appreciate your help.
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