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Re: st: need help with mca in version 9


From   nicola.baldini2@unibo.it
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: need help with mca in version 9
Date   Sat, 25 Jul 2009 19:20:31 +0200

I am a Stata 9.2 user but I reverted to SPSS (and SAS, too) when I needed to do multiple correspondence analysis. That was my solution to the same problem. But I think you may find some help in:
Greenacre, M., 1993, Correspondence analysis in practice, Academic Press, London.
Also, you may inspect the mca.ado file for Stata 10 to see how scores are calculated.

Nicola
 
P.S. I'll NOT receive/read any email but the Digest.

At 02.33 22/07/2009 -0400, "Averett, Susan L" wrote:
>I need some advice on using mca in version 9. I am using data from the Canadian National Public Health Survey which requires that I submit my Stata programs to them. They run them and return them to me. I am a Stata 10 user. They supply dummy data to test your programs. Here is my issue. I am creating an index of health using the mca command in stata 10 and the post estimation command predict to create my health index. Unfortunately, in stata 9 there is an add-in for mca but no post-estimation commands are supported with this. Has anyone ever used the mca in stata 9 and then created their own index using the output? I'd appreciate any help you can provide.
>
>Susan Averett
>Dana Professor
>Department of Economics
>Lafayette College
>Easton, PA 18042
>phone: 610-330-5307
>fax: 610-330-5715
>email: averetts@lafayette.edu 

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