[EpiData-list] Automatic Unique Identifier and Double Entry Verification Mode

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Thu Sep 12 02:48:29 CDT 2013


Dear Listers,

I wanted to do data validation using the Double Entry Verification mode,
but when I used an automatically generated unique identifiers for the
records it could not prompt even when there was discordance.

What is the solution?

Kizito


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> Dear listers,
>
> I'm trying to convert EpiData files to Stata format. I've stumbled upon a
> problem similar to the one described by Jan in a post from 2008:
>
> http://lists.umanitoba.ca/pipermail/epidata-list/2008q3/001082.html
>
> (This is the only reference I've been able to find on the list and Google)
>
> My command and output are as follows:
>
> -------------------------------
> C:\test>EpiC.exe e STATA8 PEDPATIENT28032012ES * REPLACE
>
> EpiC - the EpiData command application version 3.1.2  14. Nov. 2006
> (C) Copyright 2002-2006 - EpiData Association, http://www.epidata.dk
> Programmed by M.Bruus. Design: JM.Lauritsen & M.Bruus
>
> 0 % doneException EAccessViolation in module EpiC.exe at 00061B3F.
> Access violation at address 00461B3F in module 'EpiC.exe'. Write of
> address 022AC000.
> -------------------------------
>
> The files are converted correctly when I use "STATA" option, but since it
> converts to Stata 6 version I don't get the correct variable names whenever
> they are too long. I've tested it on two machines: one running Windows
> Server 2008, and one on Linux (using Wine). The files are converted
> correctly using EpiData 3.1 GUI.
>
> Are there any solutions to this problem?
>
> Thanks a lot for help,
> radek
>
>
>
>
>
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> Date: Mon, 09 Sep 2013 23:17:36 +0200
> From: epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca
> Subject: Re: [EpiData-list] EpiC data export fails on STATA8 option
> To: epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca
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> The EpiC command system from 2006 will not be fixed, but we will
> consider developing a similar command line tool with the new system
> functionality (epx).
>
> In other words - until this is done you have to do the process
> repeatedly with the new software, which handles all new versions of
> Stata (at least until v12)
>
> The template parser could be the first part of such a batch/cmd stand
> alone tool.'
>
> Regards
> Jens Lauritsen
> EpiData Association
> On 09/09/2013 06:30 PM, epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca wrote:
> > Dear listers,
> >
> > I'm trying to convert EpiData files to Stata format. I've stumbled upon
> a problem similar to the one described by Jan in a post from 2008:
> >
> > http://lists.umanitoba.ca/pipermail/epidata-list/2008q3/001082.html
> >
> > (This is the only reference I've been able to find on the list and
> Google)
> >
> > My command and output are as follows:
> >
> > -------------------------------
> > C:\test>EpiC.exe e STATA8 PEDPATIENT28032012ES * REPLACE
> >
> > EpiC - the EpiData command application version 3.1.2  14. Nov. 2006
> > (C) Copyright 2002-2006 - EpiData Association, http://www.epidata.dk
> > Programmed by M.Bruus. Design: JM.Lauritsen & M.Bruus
> >
> > 0 % doneException EAccessViolation in module EpiC.exe at 00061B3F.
> > Access violation at address 00461B3F in module 'EpiC.exe'. Write of
> address 022AC000.
> > -------------------------------
> >
> > The files are converted correctly when I use "STATA" option, but since
> it converts to Stata 6 version I don't get the correct variable names
> whenever they are too long. I've tested it on two machines: one running
> Windows Server 2008, and one on Linux (using Wine). The files are converted
> correctly using EpiData 3.1 GUI.
> >
> > Are there any solutions to this problem?
> >
> > Thanks a lot for help,
> > radek
> >
> >
> >
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