Epi Info™ User Guide
Analysis Commands: SET
This command provides various options that affect the performance and output of data in Classic Analysis. These settings are utilized whenever you use the Classic Analysis program.
SET [<parameter> = <value>] END-SET
The <parameter> = <value> represents various elements on the form. Any number of elements may be used in a single SET statement.
|(-)||“<Text>”||In Boolean variables, NO will be represented as <Text>.|
|(.)||“<Text>”||Variables with missing values will be represented as <Text>.|
|(+)||“<Text>”||In Boolean variables, YES will be represented as <Text>.|
|YN||“<Text1 Text2 Text3 >”||Sets displayed text for Yes, No, and Missing to Text1, Text2, and Text3 respectively.|
|PROCESS||NORMAL||Deleted records are not included.|
|DELETED||Only deleted records are included.|
|BOTH||Deleted records are included.|
|DELETED||YES or (+)||Deleted records are included.|
|NO or (-)||Deleted records are not included.|
|ONLY||Only deleted records are included.|
|MISSING||(+) or ON||Include missing values for analysis.|
|(-) or OFF||Do not include missing values for analysis.|
Program Specific Feature
In the command generator, selecting Save Only or OK generates a SET command, which contains only changed settings. To force a SET command to be generated for a current value of a setting, change its value and change it back again.
SET MISSING=(-) END-SET