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From 10/01/2013 to 10/30/2013

10/30/2013

04:04 PM Support #197 (In Progress): SF36GHP in Wave 9 of the BHPS
Apologies for taking a long time answer this - it looks like a case where you are computing your own derived variable... Redmine Admin
03:57 PM Support #209 (In Progress): BHPS movers and residential casward
What you highlight is inconsistencies between data originating from different data collection processes, i.e. respond... Redmine Admin
03:57 PM Support #210 (In Progress): Non-resident adult children
Please have a look at the following added-value dataset and associated documentation;
British Household Panel Surv...
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03:56 PM Support #215 (In Progress): Recording of deaths to BHPS / US respondents
Deaths reported by interviewers are recorded in the annual interview outcome variables, IVFIO and IVFHO (see also the... Redmine Admin
03:55 PM Support #216 (In Progress): Why so many deaths in 2000 and 2004?
The survey office put more effort into verifying deaths of sample members in certain years if the sample members or t... Redmine Admin
03:54 PM Support #217 (In Progress): linkage with npd
Dec 2013 - for more information about linkage and consent to linkage please see;
https://www.understandingsociety.ac...
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03:52 PM Support #218 (In Progress): Use of health and welfare services in USoC
Please see #81 Redmine Admin

10/28/2013

07:14 PM Support #218 (Resolved): Use of health and welfare services in USoC
Hi,
In the BHPS there were plentiful variables to measure respondent access to their GP, hospitals and receipt of ...
Marcus Green
10:30 AM Support #187 (Closed): NIHPS 2008-09 (SN: 5151) - correct household weighting variable?
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10:27 AM Support #198 (Closed): Understanding Societies wave 1: a_lmend
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10:27 AM Support #199 (Closed): health conditions in main adult data set - wave 1 and wave 2
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10:27 AM Support #205 (Closed): Comparable health variables: BHPS-USoc
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10:26 AM Support #206 (Closed): income variables in Understanding Society
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10:26 AM Support #208 (Closed): move abroad
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10:11 AM Support #211 (Closed): ethid4a and pride4a in wave 2
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10:11 AM Support #212 (Closed): Retrieving previous responses to questions asked only once
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10/22/2013

03:08 PM Support #199: health conditions in main adult data set - wave 1 and wave 2
1) That's correct
2) There is no way of knowing whether a Wave 1 respondent still has one of the listed conditions a...
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02:13 PM Support #205 (In Progress): Comparable health variables: BHPS-USoc
There is some overlap in the self-reported medical conditions, general health question/satisfaction and the SF12 is a... Redmine Admin
11:44 AM Support #217 (Closed): linkage with npd
when will understanding society be linked with npd? which individuals will be linked?
marta de philippis
11:42 AM Support #216 (Closed): Why so many deaths in 2000 and 2004?
Hello,
I am just starting to get to grips with the BHPS and I have a question as to why there were so many deaths ...
Stephen Clark

10/21/2013

10:57 AM Support #214 (Closed): SPSS files and documentation
see #213 Redmine Admin
10:55 AM Support #212 (In Progress): Retrieving previous responses to questions asked only once
for this you have have to combine the responses across waves or use the XWAVEDAT file.
Jakob
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10:52 AM Support #211 (In Progress): ethid4a and pride4a in wave 2
pride4a is routed partly on (EthId4a = 1|2), so only those responses would have been followed up with the pride4a que... Redmine Admin
10:38 AM Support #198 (In Progress): Understanding Societies wave 1: a_lmend
the ‘something else’s might be those people who have separated but not officially divorced – but for them the marriag... Redmine Admin
10:30 AM Support #208 (In Progress): move abroad
The interview outcome categories for out-of-scope relate to sample members who have moved to an address outside Great... Redmine Admin
10:25 AM Support #207 (Closed): income variables
see #206 Redmine Admin
10:24 AM Support #203 (Closed): Merging BPHS and US
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10:23 AM Support #202 (Closed): Analysing respondents from a particular year from two waves
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10:23 AM Support #201 (Closed): combining cross-sectional weights from wave 1 and 2
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10:22 AM Support #206: income variables in Understanding Society
The income question are routed on jbhas and jboff (sometimes via jbsemp).
In a small number of cases there seems to...
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09:53 AM Support #204 (Closed): Linked administrative data
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09:51 AM Support #188 (Closed): Job satisfaction and promotion variables
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10/18/2013

04:46 PM Support #210: Non-resident adult children
Thanks Emma,
I used the lprnt variable from xwavedat, rather than from any specific wave. Does this not contain in...
Robert de Vries
03:05 PM Support #210: Non-resident adult children
Hi Rob
It looks from the variable info and questionnaire that the question for the lprnt variable was only asked o...
Emma Salter

10/16/2013

01:08 PM Support #215 (Closed): Recording of deaths to BHPS / US respondents
Could you point me to anywhere in the documentation that describes how the death of a BHPS/US respondent is handled a... John MacInnes

10/15/2013

05:32 PM Support #214 (Closed): SPSS files and documentation
I'm new to Understanding Society and this site and am preparing introductory SPSS files and documentation for use in ... John F Hall

10/11/2013

12:19 PM Support #212 (Closed): Retrieving previous responses to questions asked only once
I'm doing an undergraduate dissertation using the BHPS data and plan to use waves i through m. Crucially I need to ma... Poppea Daniel
11:52 AM Support #211 (Closed): ethid4a and pride4a in wave 2
Good morning,
I am now using wave 2 to construct some new variables in Stata12 for my research. This involves two ...
Yinxuan Huang

10/08/2013

11:10 AM Support #210 (Closed): Non-resident adult children
Hi, I'm interested in looking at people's transfers to their non-resident adult children. I'm wondering if it is poss... Robert de Vries

10/07/2013

03:14 PM Support #209 (Closed): BHPS movers and residential casward
Hi,
I’d be very grateful for some advice please regarding BHPS mover data and Special License casward georeference...
Helena Tunstall
01:41 PM Support #208 (Closed): move abroad
Hello,
I am interested in those individuals who move abroad in wave 2.
I found the variable 'movearea' in the hous...
Giulia Montresor
11:34 AM Support #207 (Closed): income variables
Hello,
I would like to know what sources of income contain the variables paygu_dv and paynu_dv.
Is it just labor ...
Giulia Montresor

10/02/2013

10:45 AM Support #203: Merging BPHS and US
You can find out more about the continuation of the BHPS panel within the UKHLS study here;
https://www.understandin...
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08:07 AM Support #202: Analysing respondents from a particular year from two waves
Gary,
Our data is not designed to the type of analysis you are doing but there is a way around it with a few assum...
Olena Kaminska
07:40 AM Support #201: combining cross-sectional weights from wave 1 and 2
Ferdinand,
The cross-sectional weights are constructed to represent the population at the time of each wave. But f...
Olena Kaminska

10/01/2013

09:12 AM Panel Analysis Course - Manchester Uni 6-8 Nov
http://www.ncrm.ac.uk/training/show.php?article=4453 Redmine Admin
 

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