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st: multilevel


From   "Daniel Macneil" <macneida@gse.harvard.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: multilevel
Date   Tue, 18 Mar 2008 09:50:24 -0400

Folks,

I am stumped on what i thought was an easy problem. I have children (id_code) within families(household_code) who go to school (1) or not(0). How do I find the mean values (or even table) at the household level for how many children are in school? I know I can use xtsum to get the std dev within and between, but about just finding out: the number of families with ALL children in school, SOME children in school and NO children in school, e.g.

+--------------------------------------------+
| househ~e id_code sex age school |
|--------------------------------------------|
4. | 1 4 Female 6 0 |
9. | 2 3 Female 12 0 |
10. | 2 4 Male 8 1 |
14. | 3 3 Female 12 0 |
15. | 3 4 Male 10 1 |
|--------------------------------------------|
16. | 3 5 Male 14 1 |
23. | 4 3 Female 14 0 |
24. | 4 4 Female 12 1 |
25. | 4 5 Female 6 0 |
32. | 5 5 Female 13 . |
|--------------------------------------------|
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