Dear Jens and Jammy ,First example quantifies the total number of diagnosis which can besorted in descending order to see the magnitude.Second example actually adds all diagnosis in one defined variable (AllDiag).This can again be sorted in descending order (to see the magnitude) anddiagnosis grouping by sorting alphabetical. This data was actually entered inExcell sheet as numerically coded diagnosis. AllDiagnosis___________ resulted in sum of all the numberic data.Hence these codes were converted to actual diagnosis. This resulted inexcellent pattern of diagnostic combinations of all patients. Epidata Analysisis a marvellous software.Thank you for your prompt response and sustained effort to develop Epidata.Much appriciated.Dr Shavinder Singh
Dear Epidata Team, We have a patient's database. A patient can have multiplediagnosis. Hence these are the numerically coded variables defined for dataentry of ;Diag, Diag2, Diag3, Diag4, Diag5, Diag6. Of course one can FREQ theIndividual "diag" and see the individual diagnosis pattern. However if onewants to see the pattern of common diagnostic combinations observed inall the patients, is there any way out? Dr. Shavinder Singh
Dear Epidata Team,I aplogize for these strange extra characters appearing in the text file.This has been happening since last four posts to the list. I have sent thetext file this time. I cannot pin point the reason why this is happening.Please ignore these characters.Dr. Shavinder
We (my admin and I) created a data base in EpiData Manager. Data has been entered. When I press Ctrl D, I can see the data entered nicely in column. I wanted to show my admin this functionality so that she can see how the data looks when entered. When we press Ctrl D (browse data) or use the menu on her computer we get this error (see below). Do you know how we could resolve this error: Control `DataviewerFrame’ has no parent window?
IT has already uninstalled and installed both the Manager and the EntryClient. Any advice would be very much appreciated.