## Can you sort data in Stata?

The sorting technique used by Stata is fast, but the order of variables not included in the varlist is not maintained. If you wish to maintain the order of additional variables, include them at the end of the varlist. There is no limit to the number of variables by which you may sort.

**Can you sort by multiple variables in Stata?**

Sort order You can use the sort command in Stata to acheive this. Of course you can order your observation based on ordering one variable, but you can go further and sort your data on multiple variables.

### What is the Gsort command in Stata?

Description. gsort arranges observations to be in ascending or descending order of the specified variables and so differs from sort in that sort produces ascending-order arrangements only; see [D] sort. Each varname can be numeric or a string.

**What does Levelsof do in Stata?**

The command levelsof is used to produce a list of the distinct values in a variable, which can be particularly useful when the variable is integer-valued or string-valued. (The corresponding Stata 8 command is levels.)

#### What does it mean to recode variables?

Recoding into a different variable transforms an original variable into a new variable. That is, the changes do not overwrite the original variable; they are instead applied to a copy of the original variable under a new name. To recode into different variables, click Transform > Recode into Different Variables.

**What is Subinstr Stata?**

subinstr(s, old, new, cnt) returns s with the first cnt occurrences of old changed to new. All occurrences are changed if cnt contains missing. subinword(s, old, new) returns s with all occurrences of old on word boundaries changed to new.

## How do you arrange a set of numbers in ascending order?

Numbers are said to be in ascending order when they are arranged from the smallest to the largest number. E.g. 5, 9, 13, 17 and 21 are arranged in ascending order.