A binding Procedure for Distributed Binary Data by Rachkovskii D.A., Slipchenko S.V.

By Rachkovskii D.A., Slipchenko S.V.

Difficulties (inherent in compound hierarchical representations) of retaining details at the constitution of coded info and strategies of fixing them through "binding" of data substructures are mentioned. one of those allotted representations is taken into account during which information are coded by means of multidimensional binary sparse vectors. the limitations imposed on a binding strategy are formulated and its implementation is supplied. a few examples of illustration of established info are thought of.

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Use the Validate Data procedure to obtain the information that is necessary to produce the report. sps. Performing Basic Checks E To run a Validate Data analysis, from the menus choose: Data Validation Validate Data... 31 32 Chapter 6 Figure 6-1 Validate Data dialog box, Variables tab E Select Hospital size and Age in years through Recoded Barthel index at 6 months as analysis variables. E Select Hospital ID, Patient ID, and Attending physician ID as case identifier variables. E Click the Basic Checks tab.

The values must be positive integers, and the minimum must not exceed the maximum. When the specified values are equal, the procedure assumes a fixed number of peer groups. Note: Depending on the amount of variation in your data, there may be situations in which the number of peer groups that the data can support is less than the number specified as the minimum. In such a situation, the procedure may produce a smaller number of peer groups. 22 Chapter 4 Maximum Number of Reasons. A reason consists of the variable impact measure, the variable name for this reason, the value of the variable, and the value of the corresponding peer group.

37 Validate Data Figure 6-8 Copy Data Properties, Step 4 (choose variable properties) E Deselect all properties except Custom Attributes. E Click Next. 38 Chapter 6 Figure 6-9 Copy Data Properties, Step 4 (choose dataset properties) E Select Custom Attributes. E Click Finish. You are now ready to reuse the validation rules. sav data by using the copied rules, click the Dialog Recall toolbar button and choose Validate Data. E Click the Single-Variable Rules tab. The Analysis Variables list shows the variables that are selected on the Variables tab, some summary information about their distributions, and the number of rules attached to each variable.

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