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Re: st: Re: st: raking wtih information on a subsample only
external information you have.External population should cover the
Male students: 50,000
Female students 20,000
If you have numbers like these, why is the total NOT the sum of the your
I assume that the target population is "children in all municipalities".
Is this right? Is this the same as "students in all municipalities?" If
not, what is the target population?
Describe the sample. Was any part of the target population excluded in
advance (e.g. some municipalities were not eligible for inclusion in the
> I do not have any other external information than total number of students
> by gender and municipality. I do not know what the total population should
> Could I restrict the sample to all the students, do the raking on the
> proportions by municipality and gender, then merge back with the original
> dataset and replace the weights in the original dataset?
> My weights are enumeration-area specific.
> How would I do that with survwgt?
> My alternative to using survwgt is to just adjust the weights myself
> (e.g. if there should be 1000 but currently only 100 students, I scale the
> weights up by 10) and then replace them for the entire enumeration area.
> Is that how raking works basically?
> Thank you in advance for your time and advice!
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