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2:40pm Mon 13th May, Evan W.

Hi Can we assume the 3 input files will always have the same column headers i.e. the file containing homicide rate will always look like: Entity Code Year "Homicide rate per 100,000 population - Both sexes - All ages" and so on for the other files


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3:04pm Mon 13th May, Michael W.

Hi Evan, As far as I can see, the main thing we are interested in across the files is that Life file header has the word Life, GDP data has the word GDP, etc. Cheers MichaelW 👨‍🎨


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2:25pm Tue 14th May, Evan W.

Hi Michael Will it always be the same structure to the 3 files in terms of number of columns? The outline says the columns will always be the same order but will it always be the case that Life and gdp have 7 cols and homicide has 4? Thanks


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4:04pm Tue 14th May, Michael W.

"Evan Willcocks" <22*7*7*2@s*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> Hi Michael > > Will it always be the same structure to the 3 files in terms of number of columns? The outline says the columns will always be the same order but will it always be the case that Life and gdp have 7 cols and homicide has 4? > > Thanks
Hi Evan, Yes. The structures of the respective files will not change. Cheers MichaelW 👨‍🎨

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