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Date:         Tue, 19 Oct 2004 17:21:49 +0100
Reply-To:     Sam Williams <Sam.Williams@centrex.pnn.police.uk>
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From:         Sam Williams <Sam.Williams@centrex.pnn.police.uk>
Subject:      output problem - very simple stats!
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Dear all Hoping someone can tell me what I've done, I'm sure it is a little check box somewhere but when I run simple frequencies on data that is split twice into groups (firstly into Centre, secondly into Force) it shows me all possibilities including ones where there are no cases. Each centre has a maximum of 5 forces but altogether there are 45 forces across 63 centres so my output is extraordinarily long as it is listing all 45 forces for each centre, in which at least 40 forces are empty, sometime there is only one force per centre. I just want to know just how many candidates there are in each force at each centre. I have done this every week for about 4 years and all of a sudden it has gone pear shaped!! I haven't knowingly changed anything but if anyone can tell me how to stop it I will be able to save a rain forest or two! many thanks sam

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