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Re: st: Re: RE: -fastgini- new command to calculate the Gini coefficient with its jackknife standard error is available from SSC


From   "Patrick Wöhrle Guimarães" <probabilidade@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Re: RE: -fastgini- new command to calculate the Gini coefficient with its jackknife standard error is available from SSC
Date   Fri, 16 Feb 2007 17:24:31 -0200

 Maybe a good startpoint to read and in the future implementing
variance for complex survey is:

MOONEY, C. Z.; DUVAL, R. D.  Bootstrapping: a nonparametric approach
to statistical inference. Yowa: Sage Publications. 1993. 73p.

 There are replication and linearization methods to estimate variance
for complex survey. You could write a do files that estimate 5 types
of variance for complex survey: (a) Replication: Jackknife, BRR and
Bootstrap; (b)Linearization: Rao e Taylor.
 For replication methods there is good sugestion (reference) in:
www.westat.com/wesvar/techpapers/biblio-replication.pdf

 If you finish this do file (with 5 kinds of variance) - send to me
and I will put one T-shirt: "Zurab Sajaia is god". Bootstrap for
complex survey (kind AC3) it´s not very easy. Good luck...

Patrick

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