[EpiData-list] Re: EpiData-list Digest, Vol 76, Issue 3

epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca
Tue Feb 16 14:29:32 CST 2010


Hi there,

As I am not sure what information you have in your hands, I assume you could
add check before the data entry and chose the *repeat* option for the
required field information.  Consequently, the information will remain until
you changed it.

Best wishes

Tieble

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> Hello,
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> I think the best way to get round this problem is to have a relational data
> base with two files:
> (i) the "Master" file  with patient's information
> (ii) the related file with daily information
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> There are several examples of such related data entry and how it works on
> the Epidata website
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> Hope this helps
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> YMP
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> Hello. I was wondering if it is possible to copy and paste an entry? I am
> entering data for patients at a hospital by day, and each time I enter a
> new day's entry I have to re-type the patients' information. Is there a way
> to copy a previous entry for a patient and paste it on the new entry?
> Please help me as this adds a large amount of time to my work.
>
> Thank you,
> YC
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> See the example titled "Relate example - Clinical Study with four forms" on
> the Examples page - click on the link on the main page at epidata.dk
> This is how to structure the related files.
> See the example titled "Relate example - Household, Person, Visit" to see
> how to copy information from one entry screen to another--you do this with
> GLOBAL variables.
>
> This is a very common set up for clinical records.
>
> Jamie Hockin
> Ottawa
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> On 2010-02-15, at 11:40 AM, epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca wrote:
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> >
> > Hello. I was wondering if it is possible to copy and paste an entry? I am
> > entering data for patients at a hospital by day, and each time I enter a
> > new day's entry I have to re-type the patients' information. Is there a
> way
> > to copy a previous entry for a patient and paste it on the new entry?
> > Please help me as this adds a large amount of time to my work.
> >
> > Thank you,
> > YC
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