From 04/17/2013 to 05/16/2013
- 03:17 PM Support #149: Detailed description of derived variables
- Derived variables have got the suffix, _dv, see e.g.
- 03:06 PM Support #146: Possibility of creating duration data using UKHLS
- We have yet to produce an added-value data set such as JOBHIST. We do however collect data on every spell of employme...
- 09:34 AM Support #145: working with two waves and weights
I have 8905 observations for gen1 after appending the two indresp files, as I joined b_pacob with its feed...
- 02:54 PM Support #149 (Closed): Detailed description of derived variables
Please could you point me in the right direction to find the 'detailed variable view' referred to in documentati...
- 02:18 PM Support #148 (Closed): test
- 02:18 PM Support #148 (Closed): test
- 03:30 PM Support #147: What is the difference between a_racel and a_ethnic variables? The classification is the same but you get different numbers for ethnic groups???
- The Census 2011 ethnic group question is asked during the personal adult (16+ year olds) interviews, w_racel, but at ...
- 01:07 PM Support #147 (Closed): What is the difference between a_racel and a_ethnic variables? The classification is the same but you get different numbers for ethnic groups???
I am working on Wave-1 and looking into ethnicity. The issue is that whenever for example, I tabulate total %...
- 11:12 AM Support #146 (Closed): Possibility of creating duration data using UKHLS
- I would like to ask whether it is possible to create a spell dataset using both BHPS and UKHLS. There seems to be no ...
- 07:29 PM Support #145: working with two waves and weights
So far, I have just tried to reproduce the first few lines and there seems to many more that would fit the d...
- 05:54 PM Support #145: working with two waves and weights
what do you mean for the variable gen1 being the problem? I created this variable to indicate first generation ...
- 04:36 PM Support #145: working with two waves and weights
Born outside UK with both parents born outside UK - from Wave 1, 2 and both.
Looks like your variable gen1 could b...
- 09:11 AM Support #145: working with two waves and weights
thank you for the prompt reply. After joining or replacing the variables with the relative feed forward, I a...
- 07:17 PM Support #145: working with two waves and weights
We don't allow attachments, but you can copy and paste a table and maybe a snippet of the syntax to illustra...
- 07:07 PM Support #145 (Closed): working with two waves and weights
I want to use both waves 1-2 of US. In such case I think I need to keep only those individuals that responded...
- 09:47 AM Support #143 (Closed): Derived housing costs variable in BHPS
- 09:46 AM Support #144: LSOA file
The LSOA lookup is congruent with A_HHSAMP, the file containing data on all households in the Wave 1 sampl...
- 05:32 PM Support #144 (Closed): LSOA file
I have accessed the geo-coded information at the LSOA level.
Why are there so many more cases in the a_lsoa_...
- 05:25 PM Support #142 (Closed): where is work experience in the BHPS?
- 05:25 PM Support #141 (Closed): Children information
- 05:24 PM Support #138 (Closed): Children
- 05:24 PM Support #137 (Closed): Weights
- 01:15 PM Support #142: where is work experience in the BHPS?
- For anything published it would be best to contact the authors directly.
You may however find the "Combined Work L...
- 01:11 PM Support #143: Derived housing costs variable in BHPS
- There is an underlying and rising trend in housing owned outright - especially from 2001/02 onwards. See variable, TE...
- 03:44 PM Support #143 (Closed): Derived housing costs variable in BHPS
- Hi. I have a question about the derived housing costs variable in BHPS Wave R:
The derived variable rxphsg is desc...
- 12:32 PM Support #141: Children information
- The indall data file contains for each enumerated individual their age and a pointer to co-resident significant other...
- 11:30 AM Support #141: Children information
- Hi Gundi,
Thank you very much for the explanation!
I wonder there is a variable (or index) to identify the chi...
- 11:05 AM Support #141: Children information
- Hi Frank
as mentioned in the questionnaire and dataset documentation variables such as a_nnatch, a_nadopt etc were c...
- 10:42 AM Support #141: Children information
- Hi Jakob,
Thank you for the information!
I want to clarify one thing. I find that some of the "a_nnatch" (numb...
- 11:51 AM Support #137: Weights
Thanks for the question. As long as you want to infer to the population you must use weights. The value of 0 ...
- 06:35 PM Support #142: where is work experience in the BHPS?
- Many thanks for your quick response Jakob. My apologies for making my question ambiguous. When I mentioned work exper...
- 03:08 PM Support #142 (In Progress): where is work experience in the BHPS?
Have a look this variable:
- 03:53 PM Support #136 (Closed): Preference over hours worked
- 03:52 PM Support #135 (Closed): Voluntary work definition
- 03:18 PM Support #138 (In Progress): Children
- please see #141
- 03:16 PM Support #139 (Closed): Comparing BHPS and Understanding Society results
It is not so easy to give a quick answer to this as it would depend on the study question and the study design...
- 03:13 PM Support #141 (In Progress): Children information
To find out more about the derived variable, have a look at the documentation;
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