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st: AW: Quintiles and crosstables with multiple imputed data


From   "Martin Weiss" <martin.weiss1@gmx.de>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: AW: Quintiles and crosstables with multiple imputed data
Date   Mon, 6 Jul 2009 14:27:11 +0200

<> 


Note the list policy on reposts... Still, Stata 11 promises a whole new
mulitple imputation feature (and an entire handbook devoted to it)
http://www.stata.com/stata11/mi.html, so you may want to sit tight until it
comes out at the end of the month...



HTH
Martin


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Hi All,

Unfortunatly no one answered my last question, so i want 
to ask it once more and hope that anybody can help me: 
 
I want to create wealth quintiles for two timepoints 
(5 groups for timepoint a and 5 groups for timepoint b), 
after that I want to create a crosstable of the quintile 
groups a (col) and b (row).  
I use a multiple imputed data set with multiple imputed 
wealth variables (x1 and x2), so i tried


mim: sumdist x1, ngp(5) qgp(a)
mim: sumdist x2, ngp(5) qgp(b)
mim: tab b a, col

Unfortunately mim doesn´t support sumdist and tab. 
What is the alternative to get the results I want?


Thanks,
Thomas



      

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