weights for pooled cross-sections over waves (a)-(g)
I have a quick follow-up question with regard to my past issue #839. You wrote the following below:
A simpler approach would be to select based on current wave GOR. This will not remove the sample imbalance problem, but should reduce it to a minimum, so may be good enough.
For me to implement this simpler approach and to minimize the sample imbalance, you suggest to drop Scot, Wales, NI for the current wave g only? Or do you mean to drop all Scot, Wales, NI for all seven waves?
I would appreciate a short reply and sorry about the very delayed follow-up question.
Updated by Peter Lynn almost 3 years ago
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By "current wave" I meant wave 1 in the case of the wave 1 sample, wave 2 for the wave 2 sample, etc. So, for each of the 6 waves you are pooling, select based on GOR for that wave. That way your analysis will represent - for each year - people living in England at that time.
Updated by Stephanie Auty over 2 years ago
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From: Nico Ochmann [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 14 February 2018 12:24
Subject: RE: [Understanding Society User Support - Support #919] weights for pooled cross-sections over waves (a)-(g)
I appreciate your prompt reply very much. It is very clear to me know.
Apologies for the confusion on my part.
Have a great day.