[EpiData-list] Re: EpiData-list Digest, Vol 28, Issue 3

epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca
Tue Feb 7 14:28:31 CST 2006


Thanks a lot for these solutions.

In fact, i found a solution this morning : I used the EXPORT.exe from
an old version of Epi-Info with the EXECUTE command in epidata. It
seems to work very well.

By the way, i'd like to know if it is possible to use the BACKUP
command twice ( in order to copy all .rec in a different repertory,
that is used to export  and also make an archive each time I ( or the
doctor in charge with this ) enter data.)

Thanks again

Jerome

Externe au Centre de Recherche Clinique
CHU d'Angers



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>  > I'm searching how i could export data to spss using code in a check
> file.The form is made out of 5 differents .rec, related by a KEY variable.
>
> The easiest would be to export the files via  the EpiC batch processor,
> which you get from the Epidata.dk web site on the download page.
> Include this in an "after file" block, which should work. Alternatively
> if you system still blocks the file create a cmd or bat file containing
> the epic commands, something like (experiment a bit):
>
> EpiC export spss file1 *  replace
> EpiC export spss file2 *  replace
> EpiC export spss file3 *  replace
> EpiC export spss file4 *  replace
> EpiC export spss file5 *  replace
>
> Now you have your five spss syntax files that you ran in SPSS.
>
> Other examples are:
> EpiC e stata allaes *
> Exports allaes.rec in the same directory as epic.exe to a new Stata file
> with the filename allaes.dta. All records in allaes.rec are exported.
>
> EpiC e xls allaes * filter="ID=276"
> Exports allaes.rec to allaes.xls. Only records where the field ID equals
> the value 276 are exported.
>
> EpiC e SPSS allaes * filter="AESRATER='TP'"
> Exports allaes.rec to allaes.dbf. Only records where AESRATER equals
> 'TP' are exported.
>
> EpiC e epd allaes "c:\new\newallaes.rec" fromrec=100 torec=199 WITHDELS
> REPLACE
> Exports allaes.rec to a new epidata datafile called
> c:\new\newallaes.rec. Only records #100-#199 are exported. Include
> marked for deletion and replace the datafile.
>
> Regards
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> Jens Lauritsen
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> Date: Tue, 7 Feb 2006 09:38:58 +0100
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> Subject: RE: [EpiData-list] Export code in a .chk file
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> Hi Jerome;
> You should use EPIC command processor (http://www.epidata.dk/download.php#epic), in association with Winglue (or executed from a good old .BAT file). Epic can handle data export to numerous formats -including SPSS. Directions for use and syntax examples are provided.
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> Best regards;
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> Objet : [EpiData-list] Export code in a .chk file
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> Hi,
>
> I'm searching how i could export data to spss using code in a check file.
> The form is made out of 5 differents .rec, related by a KEY variable.  But it's supposed to be used by someone who doesn't have a strong experience with computers. Is there a way to export these 5 files automaticly, and get the 5 .txt for spss export updated each record ?
>
> Thanks
>
> Jerome
>
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