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From:Jeffrey Goldberg Date:October 20 2005 1:37am
Subject:Re: Turning tables on their side
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On Oct 19, 2005, at 4:07 PM, Jon Frisby wrote:

> Create an Excel spreadsheet.  Import the raw data, structured as-is,
> into a worksheet.  Select all the relevant columns.  Go to Data ->
> "Pivot Table and Pivot Chart Report".  Click "Finish".  From the
> "PivotTable Field List", drag the respondant ID into the box labeled
> "Drop Row Fields Here", then drag question ID into the box labeled  
> "Drop
> Column Fields Here".
>
> Voila.


Thank you so much.

-j

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Turning tables on their sideJeffrey Goldberg19 Oct
  • Re: Turning tables on their sideBrent Baisley19 Oct
    • Re: Turning tables on their sideJeffrey Goldberg19 Oct
    • Re: Turning tables on their sidesheeri kritzer19 Oct
      • Re: Turning tables on their sideJeffrey Goldberg20 Oct
RE: Turning tables on their sideJon Frisby19 Oct
RE: Turning tables on their sideJon Frisby19 Oct
  • Re: Turning tables on their sideJeffrey Goldberg20 Oct