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Emily Lowthian

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07/13/2017

01:03 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #811 (Closed): Wave 6 youth questionnaire confusion
Hi USoc,
Thank you for all of the previous help you have kindly offered.
I am just looking at the variables I...

06/27/2017

06:13 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #792: Merging datasets
Hi Alita,
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly.
Ok that's perfect I can definitely use that then - I will ju...
02:39 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #792: Merging datasets
Hi Alita,
Thank you for your detailed reply. I completely understand and I am sorry to have burdened you with all ...
02:01 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #803: Tracking parental death
Alita Nandi wrote:
> Use INDSAMP file to identify people who have died. Deceased persons will appear in the W_INDSAM...

06/26/2017

02:42 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #803 (Closed): Tracking parental death
Hi there,
I'm looking to create a variable of parental death. However, I am having trouble of finding cases where...

06/19/2017

01:54 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #792: Merging datasets
Hi Alita,
Thank you for getting back to me.
My apologies but I realised that I did not need to merge these in...

06/07/2017

03:22 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #792: Merging datasets
Stata code:
use d_indresp, clear
sort pidp
describe
save "H:\My Documents\SSRM\Dissertation\Data\Work...
03:21 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #792 (Closed): Merging datasets
Hi there,
My name is Emily - I am a MSc student, currently working on a dissertation looking at how socioeconomic...

05/16/2017

02:40 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #785: Weighting for a complex sub-merged dataset
Ok, that makes sense.
I did want to include waves 1,2,4 and 6 to look at different time points of traumatic event...
02:20 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #785: Weighting for a complex sub-merged dataset
I will be controlling for age, yes.
Ok that makes sense - although, it does specify that weights using wave 1 dat...

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