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st: RE: Adjusted means and proportion for Survey data
Judging by the code, -adjmean- and -adjprop- don't work with survey data
because they are programmed to re-estimate a non-svy linear regression based
on the arguments that you supply. As a 5-o'clock quickie, you might try
calculating the adjusted mean the old-fashioned way. For example:
<svyset this and that>
local mpgmean = _b[mpg]
svyreg price mpg foreign
* mean of price, by foreign, adjusted for mpg
di _b[_cons] + (_b[mpg]*`mpgmean') + (_b[foreign]*1)
di _b[_cons] + (_b[mpg]*`mpgmean') + (_b[foreign]*0)
The same logic applies to -adjprop-, only using logistic regression rather
than linear regression.
Of course, the little exercise above doesn't do all of the nice things that
-adjmean- does, like graphs and confidence intervals. It may or may not be
easy to alter -adjmean- to run -svyreg- rather than -regress-. It would make
a potentially interesting project. However, The Two Towers opens tonight
where I live and I'm going, so no working on code for me tonight!
Lee Sieswerda, Epidemiologist
Thunder Bay District Health Unit
999 Balmoral Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Canada P7B 6E7
Tel: +1 (807) 625-5957
Fax: +1 (807) 623-2369
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> I am working with survey data. Due the complex design of the survey it
> requires the use of survey procedures (svy...)in Stata to properly
> the standard errors. I would like to calculate adjusted means and
> proportions, but don't know how to do this and account for survey design
> the same time.
> More specifically, I would like to calculate 1) adjusted proportions for a
> binary outcome by a binary variable while controlling for a set of
> covariates which are a combination of binary, categorical and continuous
> variables; and 2) adjusted means for a continuous outcome by a binary
> variable while controlling for a set of covariate similar to 1 above.
> I did the above using the adjprop and adjmean procedures, but these don't
> account for the survey design.
> I would really any help in this matter.
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