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assuming you do want to simply take the final entry for each geography, perhaps import your data set into any SQL database and use the LAST command like this SELECT LAST( ip_column ) , geography_name …
answered Jul 27 '13 by Anthony Damico
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you can connect to the file with sql and run your analysis from there. i have written extremely detailed r code (r is free and open source) about how to work with the nppes from your laptop here: ht …
answered Nov 7 '13 by Anthony Damico