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pageload
Load one or more new pages in the default workfile.
Syntax
pageload [path\]workfile_name [page1] [page2] [...]
pageload(options) source_description [@keep keep_list] [@drop drop_list] [@keepmap keepmap_list] [@dropmap dropmap_list] [@selectif condition]
pageload(options)source_description table_description [@keep keep_list] [@drop drop_list] [@keepmap keepmap_list] [@dropmap dropmap_list] [@selectif condition]
The basic syntax for pageload follows that of wfopen. The difference between the two commands is that pageload creates a new page in the default workfile, rather than opening or creating a new workfile. If a page is loaded with a name that matches an existing page, EViews will rename the new page to the next available name (e.g., “INDIVID” will be renamed “INDIVID1”.
If a workfile is provided as the source file, EViews will, by default, open all pages in the source workfile. Specific pages may be loaded by providing their names.
Examples
pageload "c:\my documents\data\panel1"
loads the workfile PANEL1.WF1 from the specified directory. All of the pages in the workfile will be loaded as new pages into the current workfile.
pageload f.wf1 mypage
loads the page mypage in the workfile F.WF1 located in the default directory.
See the extensive set of examples in wfopen.
Cross-references
See “Creating a Page by Loading a Workfile or Data Source” for discussion.
See also wfopen and pagecreate.