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From 03/15/2015 to 04/13/2015

04/13/2015

10:58 AM Support #358 (In Progress): selfemployed well being
> Have you done any analyses of those who are self-employed, that I can look at? Based on the recent ONS analysis of ... Redmine Admin
10:33 AM Support #358 (Closed): selfemployed well being
I contacted ONS on 25th March following its recently published report on wellbeing measures and job status but was ad... Julia Heynat
10:50 AM Support #357: cluster variable
Most statistical packages assume that the data is a simple random sample. But if it is not, as in the case of the BHP... Alita Nandi
09:06 AM Support #357 (In Progress): cluster variable
The weights are needed for the point estimates, while the PSU and strata are needed for the confidence intervals. Mor... Redmine Admin
10:50 AM Support #351 (Closed): longitudinal vs. cross-sectional weights
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10:47 AM Support #351: longitudinal vs. cross-sectional weights
Thanks a lot, much clearer now! Carolina Zuccotti
10:43 AM Support #351: longitudinal vs. cross-sectional weights
1. Yes. Using c_indinub_lw means that the sample statistics can be used as the population estimates for those who are... Alita Nandi
10:32 AM Support #352: BHPS
1. In the BHPS respondents are eligible for interview even if they have not responded in one wave. As a result differ... Alita Nandi
09:08 AM Support #352 (Closed): BHPS
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09:10 AM Support #354 (Closed): mc
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09:09 AM Support #353 (Closed): fed-forward (_ff_): what does this mean (doesn't always match previous wave)
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09:06 AM Support #347 (Closed): finding open-ended question data from BHPS
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04/11/2015

02:49 PM Support #357 (Closed): cluster variable
I am working on the BHPS dataset. My aim is to check whether the change in the Long Term Care policies in 2002 had an... Elisa Macchi

04/10/2015

09:35 AM Support #356 (Closed): Longitudinal response rates
Hello,
I wanted to know if unconditional longitudinal individual response rates have been calculated for Wave 2 o...
Dharmi Kapadia

04/02/2015

05:21 PM Understanding Society Training Courses Online (Free)
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05:19 PM Support #332 (Closed): In ECHP, FC and WFTC are included in pi211mg and deducted to get pi211m?
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02:48 PM Support #158 (Closed): Derived income variables in the BHPS
We are planning a BHPS revision later this year and will redress the issue then. On behalf of the team, Jakob Redmine Admin
02:48 PM Support #243 (Closed): BHPS query - Waves 12 + 17
We are planning a BHPS revision later this year and will redress the issue then. On behalf of the team, Jakob Redmine Admin
02:46 PM Support #343 (Closed): Variables jnmnth and jnyear missing in wave 4?
The way data on household joiners were asked changed slightly between W3 and 4 and the variable names were changed. U... Redmine Admin
02:43 PM Support #344 (Closed): Where can I find the variables movemth and moveyr in waves 2, 3 and 4?
movemth and moveyr are asked about issued sample members in responding households and they are now scheduled for rele... Redmine Admin

04/01/2015

03:21 PM Support #332: In ECHP, FC and WFTC are included in pi211mg and deducted to get pi211m?
> I tend to think that this is not the case
Unfortunately, it has not been possible to verify this - although your...
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03:18 PM Support #347 (In Progress): finding open-ended question data from BHPS
I can confirm that the verbatim data have not been prepared for neither safeguarded nor controlled release. It could ... Redmine Admin

03/30/2015

08:30 AM Support #351: longitudinal vs. cross-sectional weights
Hi Jacob,
Thanks again for your response. I was re-reading your previous answer and I wanted to double-check.
1...
Carolina Zuccotti

03/27/2015

05:25 PM Support #351: longitudinal vs. cross-sectional weights
Basic description of the sample as opposed to estimation of population parameters.
On behalf of the team,
Jakob
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08:42 AM Support #351: longitudinal vs. cross-sectional weights
Thanks Jakob for your response. It is much clearer now; however, what do you mean by "NB if sample statistics is mean... Carolina Zuccotti

03/26/2015

04:22 PM Support #349 (Closed): GLYCATED HAEMOGLOBIN (HbA1c)
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04:21 PM Support #350 (Closed): Council tax
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04:21 PM Support #348 (Closed): longitudinal or cross-sectional weights
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04:21 PM Support #347: finding open-ended question data from BHPS
Your request has been forwarded to BHPS. We will update you in due course. Jakob Redmine Admin
04:20 PM Support #353 (In Progress): fed-forward (_ff_): what does this mean (doesn't always match previous wave)
The fed-forward data follow the current wave individual response data and are not available for proxy respondents (IV... Redmine Admin
01:49 PM Support #355 (Closed): mc
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01:29 PM Support #355 (Closed): mc
I have noticed that the term mc had been used in some variables e.g: d_hcondn2 mc arthritis
could you please explain...
Nora Alafif
01:48 PM Support #354 (In Progress): mc
"mc" stands for multi-choice item. You can see the full question and the different multi-choice categories for d_hcon... Redmine Admin
01:26 PM Support #354 (Closed): mc
I have noticed that the term mc had been used in some variables e.g: d_hcondn2 mc arthritis
could you please explain...
Nora Alafif

03/25/2015

02:43 PM Support #352: BHPS
I have copied in a reference to the relevant sections of the user guide below. Occasional unavailability and some for... Redmine Admin

03/24/2015

06:04 PM Support #352: BHPS
So, details:
- I am using Stata
- I considered from wave "i" to wave "r".
- I renamed all the variables in the wav...
Elisa Macchi
09:39 AM Support #352: BHPS
Please provide more detail - ground rules can be found here: https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/support/projects/... Redmine Admin
09:37 AM Support #351: longitudinal vs. cross-sectional weights
I can pass on the following advice:
1. Descriptive statistics: Using longitudinal weights, c_indinub_lw, means the...
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03/23/2015

01:15 PM Support #353 (Closed): fed-forward (_ff_): what does this mean (doesn't always match previous wave)
In wave 4 the fed-forward employment status (d_ff_jbstat) does not match the employment status provided in the previo... Phil Jones
09:00 AM Support #352 (Closed): BHPS
I am working with the BHPS.
I got the data sorted among all the waves. Once I tried to put all the waves together t...
Elisa Macchi

03/19/2015

11:32 AM Support #351 (Closed): longitudinal vs. cross-sectional weights
Hello,
I have been doing analysis on the impact of parental employment (measured with the retrospective question) ...
Carolina Zuccotti

03/17/2015

12:40 PM Support #350 (In Progress): Council tax
from Wave 2 onwards the question (assuming you refer to hsctax?) is routed on whether the household questionnaire res... Redmine Admin
11:56 AM Support #350 (Closed): Council tax
I'm trying to do some work on council tax and I'm quite surprised at the high level of non-response to the council ta... David Comerford
09:57 AM Support #349 (In Progress): GLYCATED HAEMOGLOBIN (HbA1c)
can be found on xindresp_ns - documented around here:
https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/documentation/health-as...
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03/16/2015

05:37 PM Support #349 (Closed): GLYCATED HAEMOGLOBIN (HbA1c)
Hi,
I am interested in analysing HbA1c data which is available at xlabblood_ns dataset.
In the Biomarker User Guid...
Rasha Alfawaz
12:05 PM Support #341 (Closed): ethnicity or place of birth of partners (cohabiting partner or spouses)
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12:05 PM Support #342 (Closed): BHPS sample in US
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12:05 PM Support #345 (Closed): pregnancy
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12:04 PM Support #346 (Closed): b_ff_ukborn - high level of missing data
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12:03 PM Support #348 (In Progress): longitudinal or cross-sectional weights
Generally speaking ...Cross-sectional weights can be used to look at changes in the population at large, while longit... Redmine Admin
 

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