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Re: st: Data conversion from plot level to household level


From   "Friedrich Huebler" <fhuebler@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Data conversion from plot level to household level
Date   Thu, 30 Aug 2007 10:12:11 -0400

Sridhar,

Please explain how the household level data should look like. What
would you like to see in place of the question marks below, starting
with the plot level data that you provided? What are the rules for
constructing the household level variables?

HH   Plotno   Crop    labour male   labour female
01   ?        ?????   ??            ??
02   ?        ?????   ??            ??

Friedrich


On 8/30/07, Sridhar Thapa <sridhar_thapa@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Dear Statalist members
> I have confronted with problems of managing data set.
> I have a large set of data from Living Standard
> Measure Surveys. I want to construct data  at
> household level from plot level and individual level.
> I was thinking to do it manually but it is highly time
> consuming because of large data set. I did not see any
> command to manage it at household level. Could anyone
> give me some ideas how to manage it? I would be
> indebted with you. Thanking you in advance.
> Data set like this(HH is the identifier for household
> level)
> HH   Plotno      Crop   labour male  labour female
> 01      1       Paddy   30mandays       35
> 01      2       Maize   20              22
> 01      3       wheat   12              16
> 02      1       Paddy   16              28
> 02      2       maize   15              18
>  I intend to convert these plot level data as an
> aggregate household level data set
>
>
> Sincerely
> Sridhar Thapa
> University of Tuscia
> Italy
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