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st: RE: One-way tables with survey data
Not tested, but some dodge such as
gen data = 1
label def data 1 "svy is fun!"
label val data data
and using that as one axis might help.
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> am working with a survey dataset and need to produce frequency
> distributions for a number of dichotomous variables. I have
> defined the
> dataset as survey data using the standard commands
> (Intercooled Stata v. 8.2):
> svyset [pweight=pesomef]
> The svytab command seems only to work with 2-say tables and
> the regular tab
> (tabulate, table, etc.) command produces the same result
> whether or not I
> define the data as survey data. I've read through the svytab command
> documentation several times as well as the documentation for
> commands and on Stata weights.
> tab varname [pw=pesomef]
> returns an error message that pweights are not allowed.
> Surely I'm missing something, but I can't find it.
> Could someone please help me with the appropriate syntax to produce a
> weighted one-way table for these variables?
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