Hi all,
I am working with paid panel data that was heavily weighted towards white, female respondents. I would like to weight the data to...
Announcement
Collapse
No announcement yet.
14 results in 0.0069 seconds.
You can also choose from the popular tags.

Sarah Thorne started a topic ipfraking with census data; large discrepancy between target and achievedin Generalipfraking with census data; large discrepancy between target and achieved
Last edited by Sarah Thorne; 22 Nov 2019, 18:11.
 1 post

Thanks Mike! It occurred to me that when using the panel data model, the weight needs to be the same across all observations of one person, which isn't...
 3 posts

Weighting binary response based on certainty
Hi everyone,
If I have a binary response variable (yes/no to a hypothetical referendum on a survey) and included certainty scales, is there...
 3 posts

Thanks Emmanuel Teitelbaum
I don't quite follow what "no alternatives mean"; is this the same as having an unlabeled experiment...
 8 posts
Leave a comment:

Hi Elena,
I think I am having a similar problem. I have two unlabeled alternatives and have not been able to run cmmixlogit or cmxtmixlogit...
 8 posts
 1 like
Leave a comment:

Sarah Thorne replied to How to draw a lognormally distributed variable with a certain median and certain quartiles?in GeneralYes, I was thinking of estimating the mean of a lognormal distribution using information about the confidence interval for the mean. Thanks!
 7 posts
Leave a comment:

Sarah Thorne replied to How to draw a lognormally distributed variable with a certain median and certain quartiles?in GeneralHi Nick,
Is this something that would be possible if you had confidence interval information  95% & 90% CI's for the lognormal distribution...
 7 posts
Leave a comment:


Mike would you mind explaining how you came up with the example? I don't quite see how the recoding of weight led to collinearity with foreign?
...
 13 posts
Leave a comment:

Hi everyone,
Thank you for your help. Here is an subset of my data of ~140 observations that replicates what happens in the larger dataset...
 13 posts
Leave a comment:

Thank you! Typo fixed. I'm still concerned that the two syntaxes would produce a different result for the x1 coefficient, though. The results report a...
 13 posts
Leave a comment:

Factor variables vs. dummy variables with interactions
Hi all,
I have a dummy variable x1 (no missing values) in the dataset and has values of 0 and 1, and a variable x2 which takes on values...Last edited by Sarah Thorne; 23 Apr 2019, 01:42.
 13 posts

svyset with a threestage sampling design
Hi all,
I am wondering how to declare the survey design when there are both multiple stages of sampling and an element of time. So, the setup...
 1 post

Latent class models using lclogit & lclogitml
I am trying to estimate a twoclass latent class modeling using lclogit from ssc and its postestimation command lclogitml (which uses gllamm from ssc)...
 1 post
Leave a comment: