There is no particular procedure other than eyeball it and maybe ask around in 
your institution why you have wonky data.

--
Dan

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From: gpc-dev-boun...@listserv.kumc.edu [gpc-dev-boun...@listserv.kumc.edu] on 
behalf of Pedersen, Jay G [jay.peder...@unmc.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 4:14 PM
To: gpc-dev@listserv.kumc.edu
Subject: UNMC -- BC survey -- tumor datamart, output file with multiple rows 
with same v00_tumorid

Hi,

I think that perhaps I am running into the situation that Dan was describing on 
the call yesterday.

I have 137 data rows in my per-tumor.csv file but RedCap says that it imported 
123 rows.

When I examine my data, I am seeing <study-id>:00 more than once for the same 
study-id.  This occurred 14 times, explaining the reduction from 137 to 123 
(difference of 14).

Was the procedure to compare these seemingly duplicate rows and remove all but 
the latest version (the "lastest amended" version)?

Jay Pedersen, M.A.
Department of Pathology/Microbiology
University of Nebraska Medical Center
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