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I am trying to search through my data to find duplicate responses. I know which respondents respondent multiple times- i just need to identify them in my data set so I can visually inspect the data. In STATA this could easily be completed with the command "browse "variable name" if "variable name==____". It would then display only data that fit this criteria. Is there a comparable method to do this in SPSS? Another way to do this would be to alphabetize the responses for a the respondent variable and then visually inspect data that way. I would prefer to do this using syntax (so I can save it and replicate) but am also fine using the drop down options.
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there is an "Identify duplicate cases" function that might be suitable for you.
you can also create something like that yourself using sort and then a lag function.
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