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From 10/13/2018 to 11/11/2018

11/08/2018

04:46 PM Support #1080 (Resolved): Weights for pooled cross-sectional analysis - accounting for clustering
Stephanie Auty
04:46 PM Support #1079 (Resolved): How do I match adult respondents of the survey with their children (over 16 years of age) who also participate in the survey
Stephanie Auty
04:42 PM Support #1075 (Resolved): Weights in an unbalanced panel
Stephanie Auty
04:39 PM Support #1068 (Resolved): Locating and accessing sexuality identity data within LHS data sets
Stephanie Auty
04:39 PM Support #1067 (Resolved): Strengths and Difficulties variable
Stephanie Auty
04:38 PM Support #1066 (Resolved): Weights for Waves 3 and 6
Stephanie Auty
04:38 PM Support #1064 (Resolved): Including local level identifiers in Understanding Society
Stephanie Auty
04:38 PM Support #1063 (Resolved): Employment variables
Stephanie Auty
04:37 PM Support #1062 (Resolved): Income in Nurse Health Assessment
Stephanie Auty
04:37 PM Support #1043 (Resolved): Seaming effects
Stephanie Auty
04:37 PM Support #1021 (Resolved): Household weighting for longitudinal analysis
Stephanie Auty
11:00 AM Support #1089: Does the data collection procedure of US fit the rule of randomization?
Follow-up question from Jing (by email):
You mentioned both May and June samples would not be random. I understand...
Peter Lynn

11/07/2018

09:19 PM Support #1089: Does the data collection procedure of US fit the rule of randomization?
Not really. The chance to be assigned to a particular monthly sample can be considered random, but within each monthl... Peter Lynn
05:13 PM Support #1089 (In Progress): Does the data collection procedure of US fit the rule of randomization?
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
03:11 PM Support #1089 (Feedback): Does the data collection procedure of US fit the rule of randomization?
I'm conducting a study about the impact of the Brexit Referendum on life satisfaction using a difference-in-differenc... Jing Shen
06:06 PM Support #1084 (Feedback): Financial situation
Dear Lydia,
There are not any equivalent variables to b`w'_fisitc and b`w'_fisity in UKHLS. However, you could loo...
Stephanie Auty
05:46 PM Support #1088 (Feedback): More information on variable "plbornc"
Stephanie Auty
05:46 PM Support #1088: More information on variable "plbornc"
Dear Olayiwola Oladiran,
The variable plbornc_all contains a further breakdown of the 'other' category and is avai...
Stephanie Auty
01:44 PM Support #1088 (In Progress): More information on variable "plbornc"
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
12:43 PM Support #1088: More information on variable "plbornc"
Hello,
Please is there a further breakdown of the countries of origin of immigrants (plbornc)? I am conducting a s...
OLAYIWOLA OLADIRAN
12:05 PM Support #1088 (Feedback): More information on variable "plbornc"
Hello,
Please is there a further breakdown of the countries of origin of immigrants (plbornc)? I am conducting a s...
OLAYIWOLA OLADIRAN
05:34 PM Support #1086 (Feedback): Biomarker serum creatinine
Dear Per-Ola Sundin,
A reply from our biomarker team:
Yes, the method we used (Roche Creatinine plus) is standard...
Stephanie Auty
01:42 PM Support #1086 (In Progress): Biomarker serum creatinine
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
08:15 AM Support #1086 (Feedback): Biomarker serum creatinine
Could you please inform me whether the analysis of serum creatinine is standardized according to IDMS?
Yours since...
Per-Ola Sundin
05:30 PM Support #1085 (Feedback): Inapplicable and missing data
Dear Giorgio,
Which data files are you working with? I have checked w_sex in w_indresp and this does not seem to h...
Stephanie Auty
01:41 PM Support #1085 (In Progress): Inapplicable and missing data
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
04:30 PM Support #1083 (Feedback): Subjective Well-Being Data
Dear Micah,
Understanding Society is a longitudinal household survey which collects information on life satisfacti...
Stephanie Auty

11/06/2018

01:25 PM Support #1085 (Feedback): Inapplicable and missing data
Dear all,
I am working with an appended dataset of the 7 waves, and I noticed something weird.
Some 'basic' var...
Giorgio Piccitto

11/05/2018

10:53 AM Support #1082 (Feedback): House details in youth or adult datasets
Stephanie Auty

11/02/2018

10:38 AM Support #1084 (In Progress): Financial situation
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
10:08 AM Support #1084 (Feedback): Financial situation
Dear User Support,
are you aware of a variable that is similar to b`w'_fisitc and b`w'_fisity of BHPS in USoc?
...
Lydia Palumbo

11/01/2018

05:12 PM Support #1078: Marital change
Dear Stephanie,
thank you very much for your answer.
I am aware of the consolidated histories. I am just wond...
Lydia Palumbo
04:15 PM Support #1078: Marital change
Dear Lydia,
Just to add that the data for the historical marriage and cohabitation data in Wave 1 (for GPS & EMBS)...
Stephanie Auty
03:29 PM Support #1078: Marital change
Dear Lydia,
I see what you are asking for now. We do have that information available as follows:
For BHPS, ther...
Stephanie Auty
04:36 PM Support #1082: House details in youth or adult datasets
Dear Dora,
We have some information which may help. In w_hhsamp we have an observational question, w_unkgard, whic...
Stephanie Auty
03:30 PM Support #1083 (In Progress): Subjective Well-Being Data
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty

10/31/2018

04:40 PM Support #1081: Youth and individual respondents datasets - merging info
Dear Stephanie,
This is really helpful. Thanks a lot!
Best wishes,
Dora
Theodora Kokosi

10/30/2018

07:26 PM Support #1083 (Feedback): Subjective Well-Being Data
My name is Micah Kaats. I am a researcher from Utrecht University working on a project with Dr. Martijn Hendriks and ... Micah Kaats

10/28/2018

03:20 PM Support #1081 (Feedback): Youth and individual respondents datasets - merging info
Dear Dora,
The w_youth files contain the mother's ID in the variables w_mnpid (for natural mothers) and w_mnspid (...
Stephanie Auty

10/26/2018

02:39 PM Support #1082 (In Progress): House details in youth or adult datasets
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
02:33 PM Support #1082 (Feedback): House details in youth or adult datasets
Dear all,
I would like to ask if there is any info about whether respondents have access to a private garden and/o...
Theodora Kokosi
02:39 PM Support #1081 (In Progress): Youth and individual respondents datasets - merging info
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
02:22 PM Support #1081 (Feedback): Youth and individual respondents datasets - merging info
Dear all,
I would like to merge data from the "indresp" file into the youth file. Which would be the best way to d...
Theodora Kokosi

10/24/2018

01:17 PM Support #1079: How do I match adult respondents of the survey with their children (over 16 years of age) who also participate in the survey
Thanks a lot. I will have a look. Best wishes. Nico Nico Ochmann
10:09 AM Support #1079 (Feedback): How do I match adult respondents of the survey with their children (over 16 years of age) who also participate in the survey
Dear Nico,
You can use a similar strategy to the one you discussed with Alita in #692. If the child still lives in...
Stephanie Auty

10/23/2018

02:41 PM Support #1080: Weights for pooled cross-sectional analysis - accounting for clustering
Great, that answers my question. Thank you.
Regards,
Lewis
Lewis Anderson

10/22/2018

06:06 PM Support #1078: Marital change
Thank you for your answer.
So, this means that, in *both the surveys*, I am allowed to know only the changes betw...
Lydia Palumbo
04:16 PM Support #1078 (Feedback): Marital change
Dear Lydia,
Although a harmonised marital status variable has not yet been created, you can use the variables bw_m...
Stephanie Auty
05:58 PM Support #1077: Variable on country of birth
Thank you for your answer. I am using ukborn. What do you mean by those who have never given a full interview? I cros... Lydia Palumbo
04:35 PM Support #1077 (Feedback): Variable on country of birth
Dear Lydia,
You don't say which data file or variable you are using. Is it plbornc in xwavedat? This question is o...
Stephanie Auty
04:32 PM Support #1080 (Feedback): Weights for pooled cross-sectional analysis - accounting for clustering
Lewis,
With "svyset psu ..." you have indeed already specified PSUs to be the clusters. This will give you unbiase...
Peter Lynn
11:33 AM Support #1080: Weights for pooled cross-sectional analysis - accounting for clustering
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
11:30 AM Support #1079 (In Progress): How do I match adult respondents of the survey with their children (over 16 years of age) who also participate in the survey
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty

10/21/2018

06:55 PM Support #1021: Household weighting for longitudinal analysis
Dear Olena,
Thank you for your clarifications.
Best regards,
Ante
Ante B
06:39 PM Support #1080 (Resolved): Weights for pooled cross-sectional analysis - accounting for clustering
Dear Support Team,
This can be seen as a follow-up to #758, which presents a similar problem.
I am trying to ex...
Lewis Anderson
02:57 PM Support #1079 (Resolved): How do I match adult respondents of the survey with their children (over 16 years of age) who also participate in the survey
Dear Alita,
I would like to have some labor market outcome information of children whose parents participated in ...
Nico Ochmann

10/18/2018

04:13 PM Support #1075 (Feedback): Weights in an unbalanced panel
Stephanie Auty

10/17/2018

09:51 PM Support #1078 (In Progress): Marital change
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
06:22 PM Support #1078 (Feedback): Marital change
Dear User Support Forum,
sorry for the second raised issue in one day, but I am revising my work so far.
I am cu...
Lydia Palumbo
03:08 PM Support #1075: Weights in an unbalanced panel
My suggestion to you would be to use W_XXXXXub_lw weight from the last wave that you have observation for any one per... Olena Kaminska
11:17 AM Support #1075: Weights in an unbalanced panel
Olena Kaminska wrote:
> Are you thinking to represent people or events?
We want to represent people
Liat Raz-Yurovich
11:10 AM Support #1075: Weights in an unbalanced panel
Are you thinking to represent people or events? Olena Kaminska
10:09 AM Support #1075 (In Progress): Weights in an unbalanced panel
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
09:23 AM Support #1075 (Resolved): Weights in an unbalanced panel
Hello,
We have a question regarding the appropriate weights to apply when analyzing combined files from BHPS and Und...
Liat Raz-Yurovich
01:56 PM Support #1077 (In Progress): Variable on country of birth
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Stephanie Auty
01:32 PM Support #1077 (Feedback): Variable on country of birth
Dear Help Forum,
I am including in my model the status of foreigner as a control and I noticed that there are man...
Lydia Palumbo

10/15/2018

10:41 AM Support #1021: Household weighting for longitudinal analysis
Ante,
Yes, your understanding is correct. And the sampling error refers to the point that there is a small chance ...
Olena Kaminska
 

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