From 05/22/2013 to 06/20/2013
- 06:57 PM Support #155: Number of biological children in the household (nnatch)
Thanks for your reply.
I have done some more work on this, and read everything I could find in the docum...
- 01:15 PM Support #158: Derived income variables in the BHPS
- pending response
- 11:36 AM Support #156: Variables and weights
Looks like it would be useful to have a short guide to the health condition module. This might take a little...
- 06:07 PM Support #158 (Closed): Derived income variables in the BHPS
We've noticed some discrepancies in the construction of derived income variables. Any thoughts would be most ...
- 05:17 PM Support #157: how long in the labor market
- Please see #35 #83
- 05:02 PM Support #154: '0' weight in BHPS
- It looks like the weights could be missing in a small proportion of cases. We would like to look into this in more de...
- 03:39 PM Support #157 (Closed): how long in the labor market
- Dear Sir,
I'm trying to find out how long the individual has been in the labor market in wave 1 dataset. I can cal...
- 01:40 PM Support #155: Number of biological children in the household (nnatch)
- #141 (note 5) is the best advice we can give at the moment. The relationship pointers mentioned can be used to distin...
- 01:25 PM Support #155: Number of biological children in the household (nnatch)
I've spent quite a bit of time understanding the differences between the various fertility variables, so am ...
- 11:51 PM Support #156 (Closed): Variables and weights
I would like to ask a few questions:
- In wave 2, what is the difference between the variable b_hcondn an...
- 03:16 PM Support #151 (Closed): Unweighted sample sizes among sub-groups
- 03:15 PM Support #153: weighting BHPS sample correctly in longitudinal analysis
- Dear Robert,
If you are interested in descriptive statistics and your analysis
sample is UKHLS Wave 2 BHPS sample...
- 09:05 AM Support #154 (In Progress): '0' weight in BHPS
- David, Would like to replicate this - please let us know the exact variable names and wave(s). Jakob
- 08:57 AM Support #155 (In Progress): Number of biological children in the household (nnatch)
Please see #141
- 12:44 AM Support #155 (Closed): Number of biological children in the household (nnatch)
- Hi there, apologies if this is a known issue (I did search the FAQ & all open and closed issues), but I think I have ...
- 09:49 AM Support #150 (Closed): How to combine two waves?
- The user guide has examples of some common data handling tasks.
The training course materials here may also be of in...
- 03:26 PM Support #154 (Closed): '0' weight in BHPS
- Good afternoon,
I have a question regarding the weight variable xrwtuk1 in the BHPS. For my analysis I have select...
- 11:53 AM Half day data introduction for researchers
- When: Friday July 26 2013
Where: University of Essex
Further details: https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/2013/0...
- 11:50 AM Support #149 (Closed): Detailed description of derived variables
- 11:49 AM Support #146 (Closed): Possibility of creating duration data using UKHLS
- 11:49 AM Support #145 (Closed): working with two waves and weights
- 11:48 AM Support #152 (Closed): Question about ficode
- just to confirm that the data are correct in the latest release. Jakob
- 01:55 PM Support #151: Unweighted sample sizes among sub-groups
- That seems fine. If you look at the sample origin (w_hhorig), you will find that most with zero weights were from BHP...
- 01:20 PM Support #152: Question about ficode
- Three questions; Are you looking at the INCOME files? Are you looking at the latest release of the data? Are you inte...
- 04:23 PM Support #153 (Closed): weighting BHPS sample correctly in longitudinal analysis
- Hi, I want to make sure I am using the BHPS longitudinal weights correctly in my analysis. I am analysing respondents...
- 04:22 PM Support #152 (Closed): Question about ficode
I have a question about the ficode variable in the UKHLS. The codebook says that if a respondent reports r...
- 03:27 PM Support #151 (Closed): Unweighted sample sizes among sub-groups
I've doing some basic cross-sectional analysis of Wave 2 individual-level data. I understand that the appropri...
- 10:57 AM Support #150: How to combine two waves?
- _pidp_ is the unique personal identifier across all waves and be used for merging data on the same individuals from d...
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