Date: Sun, 30 Aug 2009 02:49:58 -0700
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Subject: newbie: syntax help (maybe lag function?)
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I would really appreciate it if someone could give me some guidance:
I am working on a data file that contains two lines for each individual, one
weekend diary and one weekend diary for each. I have created a dichotomous
variable (weekday active 0/1) from the first line of each person, namely the
weekeday diary. I now want to analyze the other line of all individuals (the
weekend diary) that are weekday active = 1 (in their other line).
Is there a way that I can do that with an spss command to filter out people
that are weekday active = 0 in the one line to be able to analyze only the
ones that are 1?
Many thanks in advance, Anna
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