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st: Re: NHIS data, SVYLOGIT, and Subpopulations


From   Friedrich Huebler <huebler@rocketmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: Re: NHIS data, SVYLOGIT, and Subpopulations
Date   Tue, 7 Sep 2004 10:47:53 -0700 (PDT)

Marisa,

This is a FAQ: What do I do when one of the survey estimators returns
an error message, "stratum with only one PSU detected"?

http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/stat/stratum.html

Friedrich Huebler

--- Marisa Wilson <mwilsoa@jhmi.edu> wrote:
> Dear List:
> 
> I have a perplexing dilema that someone on this list may have
> encountered before.  I am using National Health Interview Survey
> (NHIS)
> data for a secondary data analysis for my dissertation.  I need to
> run
> several logisitic regressions.  The data that I need is actually a
> subsample of the total data set (those 65 years of age and over and
> with
> at least on functional limitation).
> 
> I have the entire data set in Stata (all 97,000 or so respondents -
> all
> ages and functional limitations).  I tried to run the first
> logistic
> regression (SVYLOGIT)  after doing SVYSET.  I put in an IF
> statement so
> that the analysis would be done on only those 65 yrs of age and
> over and
> with at least 1 functional limitation.  I get "stratum with only
> one PSU
> detected
> r(460)".  I loaded the entire data set from the go get because I
> was
> getting this error with the subpopulation.
> 
> Any suggestions as to how I can run SVYLOGIT on only those people
> 65 +
> and with atleast on functional limitation and not get thos error?



		
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