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From 01/20/2021 to 02/18/2021

02/18/2021

03:37 PM Support #1452 (Resolved): panssec8_dv and manssec8_dv
Understanding Society User Support Team
03:37 PM Support #1456 (Resolved): Youth and young adults who filled in incorrect surveys
Understanding Society User Support Team
03:36 PM Support #1457 (Resolved): Variable for living in a big city
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02:46 PM Support #1459 (Resolved): Covid module high risk
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02:46 PM Support #1460 (Resolved): HE consent variables
Understanding Society User Support Team
02:45 PM Support #1461 (Resolved): Special license access to wave 10-11 JK data
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02:44 PM Support #1464 (Resolved): Matching household data from parents to children
Understanding Society User Support Team
02:44 PM Support #1454 (Resolved): Understanding Society area level deprivation measure
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02:42 PM Support #1509: Real Household Income + Calendar Year vs Wave
Hello Vikram,
Our remit is to answer questions related to the survey & its details and the datasets (incl data man...
Understanding Society User Support Team

02/17/2021

07:27 PM Support #1509: Real Household Income + Calendar Year vs Wave
Okay, thank you so much.
As a follow-up, if I xtset the data with pidp and wave as my time variable and add dummi...
Vikramsinh Patil
08:27 AM Support #1509 (In Progress): Real Household Income + Calendar Year vs Wave
Hello Vikram,
The way you have set up the data is ok.
"More specifically, if I were to try plotting average rea...
Understanding Society User Support Team
09:50 AM Support #1470: Question about data
"Is there a list somewhere of what is defined within sheltered and institutional?"
The two places to look are the...
Understanding Society User Support Team

02/16/2021

08:40 AM Support #1470: Question about data
Hello,
Thank you so much for answering this last month so quickly and helpfully.
I had a follow up question:
...
Ben Phillips-Farmer

02/15/2021

06:23 PM Support #1509 (Feedback): Real Household Income + Calendar Year vs Wave
Hello,
In my Metrics project, I am trying to explore the causal impact of income on subjective well-being by expl...
Vikramsinh Patil

02/12/2021

01:06 PM Support #1506: Number of children who have left the household before wave 1
In Wave 1, a_nnatch is missing for 3262 cases who are the Proxy respondents. Then those with a_nnatch=0 (no children ... Understanding Society User Support Team
11:46 AM Support #1506: Number of children who have left the household before wave 1
Hello,
Thank you for your reply. I have checked these variables before, but noticed that there are a substantial ...
Yu-Chin Her

02/11/2021

02:48 PM Support #1505: UKHLS data question
Unfortunately we cannot give you a date when this linked data will be available as talks are ongoing, but it will not... Understanding Society User Support Team
02:32 PM Support #1505: UKHLS data question
Hello,
At the moment I can work with the variable you just told me about, but my project depends on the exact numb...
Maria Cabrera
11:51 AM Support #1505 (Feedback): UKHLS data question
Hello,
The variable w_jbsize shows the number of employees at the workplace of current job (as reported by the res...
Understanding Society User Support Team
12:27 PM Support #1498: Create child id in BHPS and assign them their parents' work status
ok. I have added more explanation in the attached syntax file, and also slightly changed the syntax so that only thos... Understanding Society User Support Team
11:38 AM Support #1498: Create child id in BHPS and assign them their parents' work status
Hi Alita,
Thanks for your response.
Yes, you have provided me with this syntax but there is not too much descri...
Mario Martinez-Jimenez
11:33 AM Support #1498: Create child id in BHPS and assign them their parents' work status
Hi Mario,
We have provided you with the syntax for merging parents with children. Please modify that to create the...
Understanding Society User Support Team
11:34 AM Support #1491 (Resolved): advice on constructing ISCED variable
Understanding Society User Support Team
11:34 AM Support #1490 (In Progress): Top-coding of net income
Understanding Society User Support Team
11:28 AM Support #1500 (Feedback): Definition of "living as a couple"
Hello,
The variable w_mastat_dv is "de-facto" marital status and not the legal marital status. To know about the l...
Understanding Society User Support Team
10:26 AM Support #1506 (Feedback): Number of children who have left the household before wave 1
Hello,
The variable a_lprnt asks those who have no children in the household (a_nnatch=0) if they have ever had/fa...
Understanding Society User Support Team
10:18 AM Support #1508 (Feedback): Which is the best way to merge all the files (INDRESP, HHRESP,JOBHIST, YOUNTH) across the 18 BHPS waves
Hello Mario,
To merge INDRESP and HHRESP use HIDP
To merge INDRESP and YOUTH - there is no point doing this as ...
Understanding Society User Support Team

02/09/2021

04:51 PM Support #1508 (Feedback): Which is the best way to merge all the files (INDRESP, HHRESP,JOBHIST, YOUNTH) across the 18 BHPS waves
Dear Sir or Madam,
I have appended all the 18 waves of each file (e.g. indresp, hhresp, indall, jobhist, younth), ...
Mario Martinez-Jimenez

02/08/2021

04:59 PM Support #1504: Weights
Cameron,
Yes, from what you have said it sounds like you would need cross-sectional weights. As long as you don't ...
Olena Kaminska
03:22 PM Support #1504: Weights
Dear Olena,
Thank you for your reply.
Yes, my mistake on the cross-sectional weight in the second question. M...
Cameron Harries
02:57 PM Support #1504: Weights
Cameron,
It sounds like you are using pooled analysis. I suggest you search for other similar questions on this fo...
Olena Kaminska
01:18 PM Support #1504: Weights
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Understanding Society User Support Team
01:18 PM Support #1504 (In Progress): Weights
Understanding Society User Support Team
11:09 AM Support #1504 (Feedback): Weights
Dear Team,
I am having a little trouble understanding how to implement the weights in my analysis. I have read the...
Cameron Harries
04:48 PM Support #1498: Create child id in BHPS and assign them their parents' work status
Dear Sir or Madam,
Thank you so much for your kind of response - I have been working with the codes and your advic...
Mario Martinez-Jimenez
12:59 PM Support #1505 (In Progress): UKHLS data question
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Understanding Society User Support Team
11:57 AM Support #1505 (Feedback): UKHLS data question
I have some questions about the UKHLS, and I would be very grateful if you could help me:
Is there any possibility...
Maria Cabrera
12:58 PM Support #1506 (In Progress): Number of children who have left the household before wave 1
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Understanding Society User Support Team
12:06 PM Support #1506 (Feedback): Number of children who have left the household before wave 1
Hi,
I am working on all waves of BHPS and Understanding Society. I would like to know if you have information on t...
Yu-Chin Her
12:14 PM Support #1313: household follow up question
Thank you for your answer! (Sorry for my late reply!) Yu-Chin Her

02/05/2021

12:24 PM Support #1495: Zero weights in the extra five minutes sample
Natalie,
To understand why we have TSMs with 0 from wave 1 you would need to understand how weight-sharing works (...
Olena Kaminska
09:14 AM Support #1495: Zero weights in the extra five minutes sample
Hi Olena
Thanks for your response. Why is it that they were entered as TSMs in wave 1? Apologies if I am not under...
Natalie Bennett
12:05 PM Support #1501: xtreg and fixed effects
Okay, thank you so much! Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
12:02 PM Support #1501: xtreg and fixed effects
Leilah,
Thank you for your question. My suggestion is the following:
1) ignore stratification - this can't be tak...
Olena Kaminska

02/04/2021

07:13 PM Support #1494 (Resolved): Weights
Understanding Society User Support Team
04:31 PM Support #1494: Weights
Yes, Olena. That indeed helped.
Thanks very much.
Best,
Lydia
Lydia Palumbo
01:46 PM Support #1494: Weights
Lydia,
Yes, all the steps described above are correct.
The scaling fractions on the whole population or just you...
Olena Kaminska
07:12 PM Support #1501 (Feedback): xtreg and fixed effects
Dear Leilah,
Your question is about Stata and more generally about statistics/econometrics. That is beyond the rem...
Understanding Society User Support Team
06:21 PM Support #1501 (In Progress): xtreg and fixed effects
Hi Leilah,
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to...
Understanding Society User Support Team
06:16 PM Support #1501 (Feedback): xtreg and fixed effects
Hi,
I have been trying to estimate a panel regression using xtreg, fe in Stata. My observations are at the level o...
Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
06:20 PM Support #1500 (In Progress): Definition of "living as a couple"
Hi Leilah,
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to...
Understanding Society User Support Team
12:16 PM Support #1500 (Feedback): Definition of "living as a couple"
Hi,
Could you please confirm whether "living as a couple" in mastat_dv means living with a partner as someone who ...
Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
03:54 PM Support #1491: advice on constructing ISCED variable
Hi Gundi,
Indeed I had only looked in the mainstage questionnaire for wave 6.
Thanks for your advice, it has be...
Clara Mascaro
01:57 PM Support #1491: advice on constructing ISCED variable
We are glad to hear you find the flowchart useful.
Regarding f_qfhighoth, the IEMBS had a separate questionnaire a...
Gundi Knies
11:28 AM Support #1491: advice on constructing ISCED variable
Dear Gundi,
Thanks for this answer - it seems that w_qfhighoth was only asked (in wave 9, it does not appear in th...
Clara Mascaro

02/03/2021

09:59 PM Support #1494: Weights
Sorry, Olena.
Let me just add a question to the previous post re: 1).
1) Calculate the weighted sample size f...
Lydia Palumbo
02:10 PM Support #1494: Weights
Thank you for your answer. I would like to check if I follow the correct procedure.
Following the instructions you ...
Lydia Palumbo
12:15 PM Support #1494: Weights
Lydia,
Then it's yes to both questions: use cross-sectional weights, and rescale them to take into account larger ...
Olena Kaminska
01:20 PM Support #1498: Create child id in BHPS and assign them their parents' work status
Yes,
Step 1: create the step/adopted/natural parent pidp using the egoalt files. This was covered in the workshop...
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:09 PM Support #1498: Create child id in BHPS and assign them their parents' work status
Hi Sir or Madam,
Many thanks for your the kind of response - the Do.file has really helpful information.
Howeve...
Mario Martinez-Jimenez
08:06 AM Support #1498 (Feedback): Create child id in BHPS and assign them their parents' work status
Hello Mario,
If you want to link children with their parents information you can do it for the waves they were liv...
Understanding Society User Support Team
12:24 PM Support #1495: Zero weights in the extra five minutes sample
Natalie,
Some of these participants are TSMs-from-wave1. These are non-eligible for boost people who live with eth...
Olena Kaminska
09:05 AM Support #1490: Top-coding of net income
As fimnnet_tc doesn't exist, how would I know if fimnnet_dv observations are top-coded? fimnnet_dv is comprised of 6 ... Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
08:00 AM Support #1490 (Feedback): Top-coding of net income
Hello Leah,
Currently the only way to identify the cases where income has been topcoded is using the _tc variable...
Understanding Society User Support Team

02/02/2021

06:06 PM Support #1496 (Feedback): data merge
Hi Rachel,
1) I am assuming you want to merge a household level file (such as w_hhresp) with an individual level f...
Understanding Society User Support Team
11:04 AM Support #1496 (In Progress): data merge
Dear Rachel,
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back ...
Understanding Society User Support Team
03:42 PM Support #1481 (In Progress): Missing values vs negative income
Piotr Marzec
03:31 PM Support #1494: Weights
Dear Olena,
thank you for the answer. Yes - I am pooling observations. Individuals might be observed more than on...
Lydia Palumbo
12:49 PM Support #1494: Weights
Lydia,
Thank you. Are you pooling all the information together and using it in one model?
Are you studying a cros...
Olena Kaminska
02:18 PM Support #1495: Zero weights in the extra five minutes sample
Hi Olena
Thanks for your help. I have already removed all participants who are not part of the extra five minutes ...
Natalie Bennett
12:43 PM Support #1495: Zero weights in the extra five minutes sample
Natalie,
Extra 5 minutes are questions meant for ethnic minorities - so all ethnic minorities are asked them, but ...
Olena Kaminska
01:57 PM Support #1498: Create child id in BHPS and assign them their parents' work status
Hi,
Thanks for your quick answer.
I would like to add a better way to create children id:
foreach w in $W ...
Mario Martinez-Jimenez
10:57 AM Support #1498 (In Progress): Create child id in BHPS and assign them their parents' work status
Dear Mario,
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back t...
Understanding Society User Support Team
09:30 AM Support #1498 (Feedback): Create child id in BHPS and assign them their parents' work status
Dear Sir or Madam,
I have managed to create a mother, father, and children identifier using the EGOALT file in BHP...
Mario Martinez-Jimenez
11:51 AM Support #1491 (Feedback): advice on constructing ISCED variable
Piotr Marzec
11:36 AM Support #1493 (Resolved): negative income
Understanding Society User Support Team

02/01/2021

08:39 PM Support #1486: Constructing a reference group using weights
Thank you. Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
10:37 AM Support #1486: Constructing a reference group using weights
Hi Leilah,
as you are looking for the population mean, you can use summarize which allows aweight, but not pweight. ...
Gundi Knies
05:28 PM Support #1496 (Feedback): data merge
Sorry if this has been asked before!
How can i merge variables from one dataset to another from the same year. on...
Rachel Bridge
02:23 PM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Hi Olena,
Thank you so much for your detailed reply and suggestion for even more accurate analysis. I will probabl...
Marie Mueller
01:21 PM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Marie,
One more point. If you want to skip postal sectors and go with the lower LSOAs it is theoretically possible...
Olena Kaminska
01:11 PM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Marie,
You do need to go with the highest level of clustering in the model (other levels are optional). But indeed...
Olena Kaminska
12:59 PM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Hi Olena,
Yes, thank you very much!
As for the clustering, I was wondering: when I am interested in neighbourho...
Marie Mueller
09:33 AM Support #1495 (In Progress): Zero weights in the extra five minutes sample
Hi Natalie,
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back t...
Understanding Society User Support Team
09:31 AM Support #1494 (In Progress): Weights
Dear Lydia,
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back t...
Understanding Society User Support Team

01/30/2021

05:41 PM Support #1486: Constructing a reference group using weights
In addition, how would I know which population weight to choose for the mean income calculation? When calculating mea... Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
05:08 PM Support #1486: Constructing a reference group using weights
Hi Gundi, why do you use an aweight? I am trying to construct the mean income of a reference group weighted by popula... Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz

01/29/2021

06:49 PM Support #1491: advice on constructing ISCED variable
Hi Clara,
the variable isced11_dv is a recode of the variable w_qfhighoth. To understand the inapplicable -8, please...
Gundi Knies
05:49 PM Support #1493 (Feedback): negative income
Dear Rachel,
Negative values result from self-employed respondents reporting losses. This question comes up quite ...
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:07 PM Support #1493 (In Progress): negative income
Dear Rachel,
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back ...
Understanding Society User Support Team
12:38 PM Support #1493 (Resolved): negative income
I am using the ‘total household net income - no deductions’ variable but it has several negative values ranging from ... Rachel Bridge
05:47 PM Support #1492 (Feedback): USoc Interview dates 'slotting' into financial year
Dear Babar,
"my concern is that a person could be interviewed on 5th April 2013 (end of 2012/13 FYR) and then 20th...
Understanding Society User Support Team
05:10 PM Support #1495 (Resolved): Zero weights in the extra five minutes sample
Hi, I am using wave 3 extra five minutes sample participants in my analysis only. I am using the specific cross secti... Natalie Bennett
03:51 PM Support #1494 (Resolved): Weights
Dear USoC team,
I am doing an analysis on young adults which comprises wave 12,13,17 of BHPS and 2,3,5,7,9 of UKH...
Lydia Palumbo

01/28/2021

04:19 PM Support #1492 (In Progress): USoc Interview dates 'slotting' into financial year
Many thanks for your enquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Alita Nandi
03:32 PM Support #1492 (Feedback): USoc Interview dates 'slotting' into financial year
Hi,
I'm running a model on SAS which uses financial year, i.e. from 6 April to 5 April, so I want to see how USoc ...
Babar Neyazi
04:18 PM Support #1490 (In Progress): Top-coding of net income
Alita Nandi
04:17 PM Support #1490: Top-coding of net income
Thank you. Could you please ask the Income Team how I can identify which individual observations have been top-coded? Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
03:47 PM Support #1491 (In Progress): advice on constructing ISCED variable
Many thanks for your inquiry. The Understanding Society team is looking into it and we will get back to you as soon a... Alita Nandi
12:37 PM Support #1491 (Resolved): advice on constructing ISCED variable
Dear support team,
I am looking to construct an ISCED variable from UKHLS data (waves 2-9) for comparison with GSO...
Clara Mascaro
10:18 AM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Marie,
Sample design is described here: https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/sites/default/files/downloads/worki...
Olena Kaminska

01/27/2021

03:05 PM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Dear Olena,
I am now at the stage of trying to get a deeper understanding of what PSUs, strata, and weights actual...
Marie Mueller

01/26/2021

08:42 PM Support #1474: Covid-19 weighting
Hi Alita,
Thanks so much for your reply. I have noted down your suggestions.
Thanks again!
best,
Laura
Laura Silva
02:38 PM Support #1490 (Feedback): Top-coding of net income
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.
Based on the user guide description of topcoding, all these variables...
Alita Nandi

01/25/2021

11:03 PM Support #1487 (Resolved): Clarification on fuel expenditure
Alita Nandi

01/24/2021

06:32 PM Support #1482: Top-coded income
Thanks. Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
12:22 PM Support #1490 (In Progress): Top-coding of net income
Hi, how would I find out if observations of the following variables have been top-coded?:
fimnnet_dv
fimnmisc_dv
f...
Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz

01/22/2021

07:06 PM Support #1489: SDQ Total Difficulties Score - too many 'inapplicable'
Sorry I meant age 5 or 8. If you take all adult respondents in c_indresp who completed the interview face-to-face (c_... Alita Nandi
06:25 PM Support #1489 (Feedback): SDQ Total Difficulties Score - too many 'inapplicable'
Hello Giorgio,
This file includes all children (0-15 year old). These questions were asked of parents of 3 and 5 y...
Alita Nandi
10:18 AM Support #1489 (Feedback): SDQ Total Difficulties Score - too many 'inapplicable'
Dear all,
I would like to know your opinion on the following issue (maybe silly, but I am pretty new to this data...
Giorgio Piccitto

01/21/2021

02:40 PM Support #1487: Clarification on fuel expenditure
Dear Alita,
Thank you so much for taking the time to check this and for helping me understand this matter. I reall...
Christina Nascimento
02:34 PM Support #1487: Clarification on fuel expenditure
I have checked the routing on all these questions (as specified in the questionnaire) and these are ok.
cou if fuel...
Alita Nandi
01:45 PM Support #1487: Clarification on fuel expenditure
Dear Alita,
Thank you very much for your quick reply.
I am specifically interested in fuel expenditure, so I ha...
Christina Nascimento
10:40 AM Support #1487 (Feedback): Clarification on fuel expenditure
Dear Christina,
We will look into this. Could you please provide exact variable names and waves you are looking at...
Alita Nandi
08:42 AM Support #1487 (Resolved): Clarification on fuel expenditure
Hello,
I am conducting analysis on several waves of the UKHLS. I have noticed that, when looking at expenditure on...
Christina Nascimento
01:56 PM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Yes, if the weight is at an individual level. Olena Kaminska
01:27 PM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Hi Olena,
Thank you very much for your detailed reply. This is super useful!
As for the weight, in a longitudin...
Marie Mueller
11:51 AM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Marie,
The enumeration weight is the same for everyone in a household (with very few exceptions in EMB sample) onl...
Olena Kaminska
09:48 AM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Hi Olena,
Thank you very much - this is very helpful!
Does this mean that the enumeration weight is the same fo...
Marie Mueller
01:37 PM Support #1482: Top-coded income
Our income team has pointed out that the fimnlabgrs is a variable which is the sum of variables, and it is these comp... Alita Nandi
12:44 PM Support #1473 (Resolved): keyworksector variable missing from pdf documents
Alita Nandi
12:42 PM Support #1481 (Resolved): Missing values vs negative income
Alita Nandi
12:06 PM Support #1485 (Resolved): Is multi-level modelling needed when using information at the LSOA level
Alita Nandi
10:15 AM Support #1485 (Feedback): Is multi-level modelling needed when using information at the LSOA level
Hi Martin,
This is an analysis question and it is not within our remit to provide analytical help as we don't have...
Alita Nandi
10:44 AM Support #1484 (Resolved): Covid-19 Survey Wave e weights
Alita Nandi
10:09 AM Support #1486: Constructing a reference group using weights
There are multiple methods. For example, you can also use collapse:
Open your data
save temp, replace // collapse...
Alita Nandi

01/20/2021

08:33 PM Support #1484: Covid-19 Survey Wave e weights
Many thanks for your explanation! It is very helpful.
JINGYA ZENG
05:34 PM Support #1484: Covid-19 Survey Wave e weights
Sorry, I see what you mean.
The weights are scaled so that they add up to the sample size and not the UK populatio...
Alita Nandi
04:20 PM Support #1484: Covid-19 Survey Wave e weights
Hi Alita,
Many thanks for your reply. Please find my result table in the attachment. The command that I mentioned ...
JINGYA ZENG
03:40 PM Support #1484 (Feedback): Covid-19 Survey Wave e weights
Hello,
I repeated your code and then estimated your model without weights (option 1), with weights and survey desi...
Alita Nandi
08:23 PM Support #1486: Constructing a reference group using weights
Thanks Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
08:21 PM Support #1486: Constructing a reference group using weights
Hi Leilah,
to generate the mean in a group you do not need to use the svy suite of commands.
Simply generate a new ...
Gundi Knies
08:17 PM Support #1486: Constructing a reference group using weights
Great, thank you for your help! Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
08:10 PM Support #1486 (Resolved): Constructing a reference group using weights
Hi Leilah,
to generate the mean in a group you do not need to use the svy suite of commands.
Simply generate a new ...
Gundi Knies
06:42 PM Support #1486 (Resolved): Constructing a reference group using weights
Hi, I am trying to construct an income reference group for each individual in each wave but am having issues incorpor... Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
06:05 PM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Marie,
If the last wave used in your analysis is wave 12 (i.e. you have at least one variable from wave 12 in your...
Olena Kaminska
05:34 PM Support #1472: Weighting youth analysis across waves 1–8
Hi Olena,
Thank you very much for your quick reply.
I was wondering if you could elaborate on what you mean by ...
Marie Mueller
04:54 PM Support #1482: Top-coded income
Thank you Leilah Plant-Tchenguiz
03:46 PM Support #1482: Top-coded income
I have asked the income team to get back to me about this, and will let you know when I have a response from them. Alita Nandi
03:57 PM Support #1483 (Feedback): The use of weight "indscui_lw" reduces the number of observations. Is it correct?
Alita Nandi
03:56 PM Support #1474: Covid-19 weighting
(b) In that case there is no appropriate weights. If you were to use Main survey Wave 9 + Covid waves for DID (pre an... Alita Nandi
03:50 PM Support #1477 (Resolved): clusters not nested in b_strata (using R and svydesign object)
Alita Nandi
10:58 AM Support #1485 (Resolved): Is multi-level modelling needed when using information at the LSOA level
I am aiming to look at the impact of residential age structure on a range of health and well being outcomes by linkin... Martin Hyde
 

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