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Marie Mueller

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  • Registered on: 07/26/2019
  • Last connection: 04/28/2022

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04/28/2022

05:07 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #1676: Youth self-esteem measure
Hello,
Thank you very much for your reply. So, do you mean there are 10 items (9 + 1) or 9 items (8 + 1)?
The q...
Marie Mueller

04/05/2022

10:56 AM Understanding Society User Support Support #1676 (Feedback): Youth self-esteem measure
Hello,
I am using the self-esteem measure from the youth questionnaire. There are 8 items - they seem to be from t...
Marie Mueller

12/01/2021

03:01 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #1608: Question about weights for analysis of child and youth data
Hi Olena,
Yes, for each wave I only link data of the same wave. After creating 'complete' data sets for each wave,...
Marie Mueller

11/30/2021

10:23 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #1608: Question about weights for analysis of child and youth data
Hi Olena,
Can I assume that the youth cross-sectional weight is the sub-optimal (or indeed the optimal) weight for...
Marie Mueller

11/26/2021

03:34 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #1609: Including/excluding zero weights changes SEs (but not coefficients)
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08:08 AM Understanding Society User Support Support #1609: Including/excluding zero weights changes SEs (but not coefficients)
Hi Olena,
Thank you!
What confused me is this part:
> svyset psu2011 [pw=weight2011], strata(strata2011) sin...
Marie Mueller

11/25/2021

12:00 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #1609: Including/excluding zero weights changes SEs (but not coefficients)
Hi Olena,
Very helpful - thank you! Now I am confident that I did use the weights correctly.
I guess it is on m...
Marie Mueller

11/24/2021

03:23 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #1609: Including/excluding zero weights changes SEs (but not coefficients)
Hi Olena,
Yes, I use the same svyset (and therefore all 3 scenarios are weighted). I guess this is evident also in...
Marie Mueller
12:18 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #1609: Including/excluding zero weights changes SEs (but not coefficients)
Hi Olena,
Interesting! Let me give you an example that I just tested:
I have a sample of n = 2,671. Of these, 3...
Marie Mueller

11/23/2021

01:10 PM Understanding Society User Support Support #1608: Question about weights for analysis of child and youth data
Hi Olena,
Essentially, I am interested in the effect of exposure X on outcome Y. Exposure X is linked data (via LS...
Marie Mueller

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