Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2006 08:28:27 +0300
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From: Martins Liberts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: restructuring data
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Try FLIP command. It is simpler than RESTRUCTURE, but should do what you want.
On 26/09/06, Raffe, Sydelle, SSA <DRaffe@acgov.org> wrote:
> I think this should be a no-brainer but I'm not having any success.
> I'm trying to restructure a data set with only 1 variable in it, a case id. Instead of 3780 records with different values of caseid, I want 1 record with the values of caseid going across. There would be 1 record with 3780 case id fields.
> I'm using restructure to flip this file (running 11.5.1). The result is that all the new variables are set to numeric and their values set to sysmis. I tried defining new vars as string but to no avail.
> What do I need to do to come up with 1 record with the different case numbers running across. Thanks.
> Sydelle Raffe, Alameda County Social Services Agency
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