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Using Stata for subpopulation analysis of complex sample survey data

  • Brady West

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    (University of Michigan)

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    In this presentation, I provide an overview of important considerations that analysts of large public-use survey datasets must keep in mind when attempting to make inferences for finite subpopulations of research interest. I will discuss several examples of possible subpopulation analysis approaches that analysts could take using the Stata svy: commands, and I will emphasize the implications of each approach for making inferences. Participants will have time for a question-and-answer session building upon the examples.

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    Paper provided by Stata Users Group in its series DC09 Stata Conference with number 16.

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    Date of creation: 11 Aug 2009
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    Handle: RePEc:boc:dcon09:16
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