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Re: st: Single decrement period life tables
I suppose "trick" Stata into doing it is a good way of describing it.
I suggest using sts list rather than ltable. If the data is stset it
can then be stsplit into time segments which can be tagged as belonging
to whatever periods you are dealing with. If you then sts list,
restricting it to a particular period you will get a lifetable
constructed using only the segments from that period.
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I am trying to construct a single decrement period life table to
expected probabilities of transition into a (nonmarital) cohabiting
structure for a 1992 to 1993 birth cohort of children.
Because the "ltable" command appears to estimate cohort life tables, I
presume one would have to "trick" Stata into estimating a period life
unless there's another, more direct way.
Thanks very much for any help you can provide.
Jeffrey M. Timberlake
University of Cincinnati
Department of Sociology
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Cincinnati, OH 45221-0378
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