Update 7 March 2016
With Ruby version 3.x and later, the CodeFrames report is accessed from Tools | Codeframes
The recent Ruby release has several new features for running batch processes from the GUI.
The CodeFrames Report does a similar job to the script GenVarRep, but has some extra features. It is on the Tools menu.
You can use this to
- Get a listing of all codes for all flat coded variables in a folder
- Get a frequency count of each code
- Get a frequency count of each code against any top axis
A listing of all codes in a folder (no folder means all folders) is done as
The output is a text file.
With Frequency Counts checked you can enter a GenTab syntax expression for the top axis, and a vector expression for the side axis.
The output is
This is a bit messy (because tab-delimited). To get it into Excel
- Edit | Select All
- Edit | Copy
- Open a blank spreadsheet
This appears as
If the top axis is anything other than Count(1), then the columns are labelled.