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From 10/07/2012 to 11/05/2012

11/05/2012

03:55 PM Support #92 (In Progress): Origin of deprivation indicators
Matt,
The source of the material deprivation questions in the household questionnaire (from matdepa) is the Family R...
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11:35 AM Support #90 (In Progress): Innovation Panel Variables and Wave
Alexandru,
The online documentation has something called "Variable occurence", see e.g.
https://www.understanding...
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11:04 AM Support #89 (Closed): variable bjBSECT (sector of current job) appears to be corrupt or anomalous with two thirds of employees being coded not applicable. Is there an explanation please?
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09:54 AM Support #82 (Closed): Language of translation
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09:52 AM Support #91 (In Progress): masoc & pasoc
Ben,
There are a couple of things you could do to categorise the family background information.
The simplest would...
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11/04/2012

11:23 AM Support #92 (Closed): Origin of deprivation indicators
Hello User Support Service,
I am a student researching youth poverty in Britain using the
Understanding Society s...
Matt Ford

11/01/2012

11:57 AM Support #91 (Closed): masoc & pasoc
Hi
Do you have some code (preferably in stata) that I could use to collapse SOC90 information into something useful ...
Ben Wilson

10/31/2012

04:06 PM Support #82: Language of translation
Jakob,
thanks for this detailed explanation. My confusion was based on the fact that there is no variable availabl...
Dorothee Schneider
11:56 AM Support #90 (Closed): Innovation Panel Variables and Wave
Hello,
I would want to filter variables depending on their presence in certain waves of the innovation panel (e.g....
Alexandru Cernat

10/30/2012

03:23 PM Support #86 (Closed): Query re: variables in Wave 1 data set
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03:22 PM Support #83 (Closed): Employment histories
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03:22 PM Support #89 (In Progress): variable bjBSECT (sector of current job) appears to be corrupt or anomalous with two thirds of employees being coded not applicable. Is there an explanation please?
It was a deliberate decision to route some questions on whether people had changed job, but we reversed it at wave 3 ... Redmine Admin
11:21 AM Support #89 (Closed): variable bjBSECT (sector of current job) appears to be corrupt or anomalous with two thirds of employees being coded not applicable. Is there an explanation please?
Michael White
02:42 PM Support #88: about BHPS
Dear Steve,
> First, for the purpose of my study, I will only include people from Scotland. Could I ask what is th...
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10/29/2012

11:44 AM Support #87 (In Progress): labor income
It is an undocumented variable and best ignored.
A couple of links to income variable documentation, which should ...
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11:01 AM Support #81 (Closed): Does Health Visitor data still exist in Understanding Society
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10/26/2012

12:45 PM Support #88 (Closed): about BHPS
Dear BHPS
I am using BHPS data (wave 13-18) and have some queries.
First, for the purpose of my study, I will o...
steve martin

10/25/2012

10:35 PM Support #85 (Closed): BHPS work history data
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06:58 PM Support #87 (Closed): labor income
Question:
The BHPS data sets have a variable "linclastyear" which i am interested on. How is this variable constr...
fabio mendez

10/24/2012

10:55 AM Support #84 (Closed): Weighting for retrospective data analysis
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10:10 AM Support #86 (In Progress): Query re: variables in Wave 1 data set
Dear Gwyther,
You would in that case need the Special License version of the data, please see:
https://www.understa...
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10/22/2012

03:54 PM Support #86 (Closed): Query re: variables in Wave 1 data set
Dear Sir/Madam,
I am undertaking some analysis using the data from the youth self-completion questionnaire from Wa...
Gwyther Rees

10/18/2012

04:56 PM Support #85 (Closed): BHPS work history data
I wondered if you could tell me if there was any work underway to update the BHPS work history files that currently r... Lindsey Macmillan
04:21 PM Support #84 (In Progress): Weighting for retrospective data analysis
yes, and a_indinus_xw (interviewed individual cross-sectional weight) is zero for proxy responses, so you should get ... Redmine Admin
01:25 PM Support #83 (In Progress): Employment histories
Thanks for your qustion.
Please see #35
Employment histories will however gradually build up as more waves are ...
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01:03 PM Support #82 (In Progress): Language of translation
Instruments and survey materials are translated into eight different languages:
• Bengali
• Punjabi in Urdu or Gur...
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10/17/2012

09:59 AM Support #84 (Closed): Weighting for retrospective data analysis
I wish to check that I have adopted the correct weighting variable for using the retrospective histories. I have assu... Deborah Wiltshire
09:59 AM Support #83 (Closed): Employment histories
I am using the retrospective union, fertility & employment histories primarily with a selection of cross-sectional va... Deborah Wiltshire

10/15/2012

02:38 PM Support #82 (Closed): Language of translation
Dear User Support
I have trouble understanding how the items Ivlang “Language of translation” and Ivintlang “Lang...
Dorothee Schneider

10/11/2012

04:44 PM Introduction to Understanding Society using Stata
Online registration has just been launched for the first of our training courses focused on _Understanding Society_.
...
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10/09/2012

05:28 PM Support #76 (Closed): Mortgage debt on owned property/properties missing for BHPS sample of wave 2
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05:28 PM Support #81 (In Progress): Does Health Visitor data still exist in Understanding Society
Matthew,
Thanks for your question.
You are correct, the service use questions that were carried in the BHPS
have b...
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10:20 AM Support #81 (Closed): Does Health Visitor data still exist in Understanding Society
I have been using the BHPS in parts of my analysis and I am hoping to update my analysis using the Understanding Soci... Matthew Swannell
 

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