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Re: st: issue in data analysis


From   Abdel Rahmen El Lahga <rahmen.lahga@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: issue in data analysis
Date   Fri, 2 Apr 2010 21:02:40 +0200

In this case you could perform an MCA (Multiple Correspondance
Analysis) on each set of variable to construct  you factorial axe.
type help mca under Stata
HTH
AbdelRahmen

2010/4/2 amatoallah ouchen <at.ouchen@gmail.com>:
> Thanks a lot Michael for your quick reply,
>
> In fact my survey is about " Measuring  Women's Empowerment through
> microfinance, Evidence from Morocco" , in order to do so,  I have
> three  principals axes that measure the effect of such program
>
> -Economical empowerment
> -welfare empowerment
> -the participation if the decision making
>
> of course under each axe there is a yes/no question for example
> for the Economical empowerment I have for instance
> -Do you have  access to credit? (yes/no)
> -is there any significant increase in your revenue?(yes/no)
> -etc..
>
> So I want to compute for each individual a dependant variable that
> measure this "empowerment" from those yes/no questions , of course
> this "empowerment" would be explained by other variables such as: the
> level of education, the amount of mortgage, age, etc...
>
> thanks  a lot in advance.
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