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From 12/12/2021 to 01/10/2022

01/10/2022

12:08 PM Support #1624: Weights for subsample
Ashley,
Thanks for your question. If you use wave 2 information than you will need to use longitudinal weight for ...
Olena Kaminska
09:57 AM Support #1624 (In Progress): Weights for subsample
Understanding Society User Support Team
09:57 AM Support #1624: Weights for subsample
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
11:43 AM Support #1628 (Feedback): data and documentation not matching up (jbsoc variable)
Hi, I am trying to use wave 8 job title and description variable ch_jbsoc, however the variable doesn't seem to exist... Ruth Boardman
11:24 AM Support #1627 (In Progress): Coding of k_ypfhweve in k_Youth
Hi,
I have just started looking at the data in Wave K of the youth data file and found that for k_ypfhweve: "Durin...
Alexandra Turner
10:12 AM Support #1625 (Feedback): What is the value label of the value 56 in ethn_dv?
Hi Mushtahid,
This is a coding error, the correct value for this person is 15 "Black African".
Best wishes,
Un...
Understanding Society User Support Team
09:47 AM Support #1625 (In Progress): What is the value label of the value 56 in ethn_dv?
Understanding Society User Support Team
09:39 AM Support #1625: What is the value label of the value 56 in ethn_dv?
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
09:28 AM Support #1626 (In Progress): Who is the respondent parent - SDQ
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
09:01 AM Support #1626 (Feedback): Who is the respondent parent - SDQ
Good morning,
I was wondering whether there is a way to identify if the respondent parent is the mother or the fath...
Michaela Kyclova

01/09/2022

04:36 PM Support #1625 (Feedback): What is the value label of the value 56 in ethn_dv?
Hi,
In ethn_dv (https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/documentation/mainstage/dataset-documentation/variable/ethn...
Md Mushtahid Salam

01/06/2022

02:49 PM Support #1624 (Resolved): Weights for subsample
Hello,
I am trying to estimate the fraction of people that transition to their first relationship (cohabitation o...
Ashley Burdett

01/04/2022

10:38 AM Support #1623 (Feedback): Gender first-born child
Understanding Society User Support Team

12/23/2021

05:40 PM Support #1623: Gender first-born child
Dear Lieke,
Yes, lchsx is the correct variable for non-resident children. You need to combine the information on r...
Understanding Society User Support Team

12/22/2021

09:55 AM Support #1610: Weighting method for IP4 refreshment sample
Olena,
Problems are solved, thanks for your help.
Best Wishes
Jun
Jun Wang

12/21/2021

05:42 PM Support #1623 (In Progress): Gender first-born child
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
02:26 PM Support #1623: Gender first-born child
Sorry, I think I found it already: https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/documentation/mainstage/dataset-documentati... Lieke Holt
01:32 PM Support #1623 (Resolved): Gender first-born child
Dear User Support team,
I have been looking for a variable that captures the gender of individual respondents' fir...
Lieke Holt

12/19/2021

02:10 PM Support #1619: Differentiating between income-based benefits and contribution-based / "new style" benefits (JSA, ESA)
Thank you very much for following up on this so quickly and for the clarification. I have since checked once more in ... Lucas Auer

12/15/2021

12:34 PM Support #1622: Creating my own longitudinal weight
Kate,
As your analysis is longitudinal you will need a longitudinal weight. You can create your own tailored weigh...
Olena Kaminska
10:48 AM Support #1622 (Feedback): Creating my own longitudinal weight
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

12/14/2021

04:38 PM Support #1622 (Resolved): Creating my own longitudinal weight
I am running a linear regression using participants who have responded in waves 9 and 10. I understand that using the... Kate Dotsikas
02:49 PM Support #1617 (Resolved): Rare cases of time varying psu and strata
Understanding Society User Support Team
02:27 PM Support #1617: Rare cases of time varying psu and strata
Thank you very much for following up on this so quickly, and for providing such a detailed explanation! Helps a lot.
...
Lucas Auer
01:43 PM Support #1605 (Resolved): Life Satisfaction Data
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:42 PM Support #1604 (Resolved): religiosity variables
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:42 PM Support #1602 (Resolved): unemployment rate
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:38 PM Support #1601 (Resolved): SF-12 Physical and Mental Component Scores
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:37 PM Support #1600 (Resolved): 'Other' response in hsownd variable
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:37 PM Support #1599 (Resolved): Recreating adresp17 - person number of responsible adult
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:37 PM Support #1598 (Resolved): Time Use Module
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:36 PM Support #1597 (Resolved): UK born variable for BHPS member in UKHLS
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:36 PM Support #1596 (Resolved): Identifying a birth in indresp
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:36 PM Support #1594 (Resolved): Distributing household level information to individuals
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:35 PM Support #1593 (Resolved): Are the BHPS and UKHLS pidp values unique?
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:35 PM Support #1592 (Resolved): individual records for variables collected during the survey
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:34 PM Support #1590 (Resolved): Creating a weight variable for fixed effects analysis
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:34 PM Support #1589 (Resolved): Tracking individuals moving house: lack of wave 2 data for addrmov_dv and distmov_dv
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:33 PM Support #1588 (Resolved): Combining the BHPS and UKHLS CNEF datasets
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:33 PM Support #1586 (Resolved): Merging UKHLS waves and optimal weight
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:32 PM Support #1574 (Resolved): Children's weights in the COVID-19 survey
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:32 PM Support #1581 (Resolved): Variables for the creation of education history spells
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:31 PM Support #1584 (Resolved): "inapplicable" end date of maternity leave & how to find out when leave ended
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:20 PM Support #1621 (Feedback): How to merge two data files from two different waves?
Hello,
(1) Merge into a wide format file, and you only want to keep those who appeared in both datasets
use j_ind...
Understanding Society User Support Team
01:15 PM Support #1619 (Feedback): Differentiating between income-based benefits and contribution-based / "new style" benefits (JSA, ESA)
Hello,
We do not collect the information that you need. You can double check by looking at the questionnaires:
ht...
Understanding Society User Support Team

12/13/2021

01:44 PM Support #1621 (Resolved): How to merge two data files from two different waves?
Could you please provide me with stata syntax to merge 'j_indresp.dta' and 'k_indresp.dta' into one file ?
I need...
amwaj abugamza
10:00 AM Support #1612: Understanding length of time unemployed
Thank you for this reply. All clear on inapplicables and universes. In the downloaded file, "...\UKDA-6614-stata\stat... Chris Percy
09:38 AM Support #1620: Raven Progressive Matrix
Thank you very much. That was very helpful Hai Tran
07:54 AM Support #1620 (Feedback): Raven Progressive Matrix
The Raven Progressive Matrices were collected from 10-15 year olds via the youth self-completion questionnaire in Wav... Understanding Society User Support Team
09:06 AM Support #1619 (In Progress): Differentiating between income-based benefits and contribution-based / "new style" benefits (JSA, ESA)
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
08:32 AM Support #1617 (Feedback): Rare cases of time varying psu and strata
Hello,
There are 3-4 persons for whom this has happenned. This is because they moved from one sample into the hous...
Understanding Society User Support Team
08:17 AM Support #1618 (Feedback): Measuring attacks in the home using wave 1 module on harassment. Q'aire suggests this is possible. Data does not.
Hello,
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The variable label for these variables a_attackedw17, a_unsafew1...
Understanding Society User Support Team

12/12/2021

10:04 AM Support #1620 (Resolved): Raven Progressive Matrix
Hello,
In youth questionnaires of Wave 10, there are questions on the Raven Progressive Matrix. However, I could ...
Hai Tran
 

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