Changeset 25229 in main


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Timestamp:
05/12/22 15:47:31 (7 months ago)
Author:
LoisHaggard_STG
Message:

HI 3.0 backend/qModules30 updated BRFSS AARate.sas file to have correct suppression value attribute name. Other file just had a typo.

Location:
adopters/hi/trunk/src/main/backend_qModules/3.0/qModules30/brfss
Files:
2 edited

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  • adopters/hi/trunk/src/main/backend_qModules/3.0/qModules30/brfss/SurveyAARateDist9plus.sas

    r24986 r25229  
    399399   /* had this as  If 0<sum<50 then finalsum=50;, but in reading emails from around 3/18/2019
    400400    Katherine want this to be if weighted count is less than 50 show 50, because even if no one
    401         responded yes to th e particular indicator question, that does not mean no one in population, just sample
     401        responded yes to the particular indicator question, that does not mean no one in population, just sample
    402402  */
    403403    If sum<50 then finalsum=50;
     
    439439                wgtsum = .A;                    * pop estimated weighted denominator;
    440440  /* %%% Need value attribute in DB for Not Reportable, use VALUE_ATTRIBUTE_NAME value here */
    441                 redflag=put('Not Reportable', $14.);
     441                redflag=put('BRFSSSuppressed', $16.);
    442442        end;
    443443        proc print data=tmp noobs;  title2 'final tmp'; run;
  • adopters/hi/trunk/src/main/backend_qModules/3.0/qModules30/brfss/SurveyCrudeRate.sas

    r24986 r25229  
    284284   /* had this as  If 0<sum<50 then finalsum=50;, but in reading emails from around 3/18/2019
    285285    Katherine want this to be if weighted count is less than 50 show 50, because even if no one
    286         responded yes to th e particular indicator question, that does not mean no one in population, just sample
     286        responded yes to the particular indicator question, that does not mean no one in population, just sample
    287287  */
    288288    If sum<50 then finalsum=50;
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