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st: RE: Comparison of Dependent Proportions
> I'm trying to compare proportions in the same sample (e.g, rates of
> agreement for 2 the same attitude statement for 2 different
> drugs). As I
> have a student survey, I need to use the robust variance
> estimator to adjust
> for the within-classroom design effect. What I want is an
> analog of the
> paired t-test for binary data, with robust variance
> estimator. I thought I
> could use svylc or svytest, but the only way I can do is
> after svymean,
> resulting in an assumption of normality. Any ideas?
The following references may help:
Scott, A.J. and Seber, G.A.F. 1983. Difference of proportions
from the same survey. American Statistician 37: 319-320.
Wild, C.J. and Seber, G.A.F. 1993. Comparing two proportions
from the same survey. American Statistician 47: 178-181
(correction 48: 269).
Wild, C.J. and Seber, G.A.F. 2000. Chance encounters:
a first course in data analysis and inference. New York:
John Wiley. Ch. 8.5.2.
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