This article describes how to remove cases from the data set (raw data) using a filter. The example in this article contains the steps required to remove all respondents whose Location equals North from the data set.
- A Displayr document containing a data set.
- A filter variable.
- Select the name of your data set from the Data Sets tree.
- Go to the object inspector > Properties > GENERAL > Unique identifier and select a variable with unique values, or select [Use case number].
Select any variables in your Data Sets tree that you wish to view as raw data, and right-click > View in Data Editor.
Select your filter variable in the Filter drop-down so that all the rows selected by the filter will appear in green. Here, we have applied our North filter while showing our Location data:
Now click the row header > Delete Row(s) Matching Filter to delete these cases from your data set.
- OPTIONAL: You can return deleted cases to your data set by going back to the Data Editor and right-clicking the row header > Undelete All Rows.