Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2008 17:55:36 -0400
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Subject: Re: compute variable using if statements
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Quoting Hector Maletta <email@example.com>:
> You can enter two IF statements in syntax:
> IF (AGE LT 365) newvar=[formula 1]
> IF (AGE GE 365) newvar=[formula 2]
> You can also combine the two in a single formula with two logical
> COMPUTE newvar = (AGE LT 365) * [formula 1] + (AGE GE 365) * [formula 2].
> In this variant, each logical condition will equal either 0 or 1, and
> therefore only one formula will be computed for each case.
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> Subject: compute variable using if statements
> guys sorry i know this is a basic question but i cant seem to remember how i
> did this last time. i have one variable, age in days, and another variable,
> rate. i want to create a formula for rate using values fo other variables.
> but i have a different formula for when age is < 365 and a different one
> when it is >= 365. In Compute Variable, there is an option for me to select
> an 'if statement'. But how do I enter in two if statements, with the
> different formulas for each. or is there a kind of syntax i can use? thanks
> so much!
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