[EpiData-list] EpiData-list Digest, Vol 138, Issue 3

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Sun May 31 12:52:20 CDT 2015


Hi Patrick.

I also sent you a reply right after the auto-reply was sent to you.

It was just a small email saying thank you for the provided files - they 
did get through.

Thank you again,
Torsten Christiansen
EpiData.


On 2015-05-29 08:53, EpiData development and support wrote:
> I have sent an example of the bug, including logfile, .epx, .dta, to info at epidata.dk. I have received the following automatic answer:
>
> This e-mail is unfortunately heavily burdened by spam.
>
> If you have a general comment or question on the use of EpiData Software, please search the EpiData list. To join the list or see contents follow the link on the main EpiData site frontpage. Join the list to ask the question again.
>
> According to Stata the variable format is %5.0f.
>
> Best wishes
> Patrick
>
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> Dear all,
>
> We have just discovered that if we export our data into Stata format, numbers above 32741 are not handled correctly by the export routine. The values 32741 to 32767 are converted to (extended) missing data, above 32768 numbers are converted to negative numbers. Since the range [-32767 - 32768] contains 2^16 Numbers, I assume the export routine handles integer as 16bit Integers.
>
> We've tested it with EpiData Manager v2.0.2.28 and Stata 12,13,14.
>
> Best wishes
> Patrick
>
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> Date: Wed, 27 May 2015 22:31:08 +0200
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> To: EpiData development and support <epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca>
> Subject: Re: [EpiData-list] Bug Report export - STATA
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> Good point, but to ascertain whether it is a misinterpretation we need to know which format the given variable/field has in Stata.
>
> Can you send an example copy of the dta file to: info at epidata.dk
>
> Jens Lauritsen
> EpiData Association
>
> On 27/05/15 13:15, EpiData development and support wrote:
>> Dear all,
>>
>> We have just discovered that if we export our data into Stata format, numbers above 32741 are not handled correctly by the export routine. The values 32741 to 32767 are converted to (extended) missing data, above 32768 numbers are converted to negative numbers. Since the range [-32767 - 32768] contains 2^16 Numbers, I assume the export routine handles integer as 16bit Integers.
>>
>> We've tested it with EpiData Manager v2.0.2.28 and Stata 12,13,14.
>>
>> Best wishes
>> Patrick
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