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Re: st: -svy- question


From   Teresio Poggio <terlist@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: -svy- question
Date   Fri, 26 Aug 2011 13:06:58 +0200

(if I have not misunderstood your problem)

Ian Watson's TABOUT allow you to get summary statistics by subgroups
and to use SVY estimations. You can also customize your output layout.

More info in Stata:
ssc describe tabout

A tutorial is also available here:
http://www.ianwatson.com.au/stata/tabout_tutorial.pdf

Hope this helps.
Best regards

Teresio

On Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 12:03 PM, Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com> wrote:
> This is from David Fredericks <david.fredericks.au@gmail.com>
>
>
>
> I am calculating mean household consumption/expenditure and
> constituent parts of household consumption/expenditure like total food
> consumption, and consumption of own produced food.
>
>
>
> I am using the svy command since
>
> 1.       the survey design samples about 25% of households;
>
> 2.       some of the strata (vuln = vulnerability) groups are somewhat
> under sampled and
>
> 3.       the strata have different sampling frequencies (not my design).
>
>
>
> Unfortunately, the output format command is not allowed with the
> “mean” command and  “tabstat” is not allowed with “svy”
>
>
>
> As a result my output is not well formatted  (Lao Kip is an annoying
> output anyway!!)
>
>
>
> EXAMPLE CODE
>
> svy: mean an_hh_food_totcon an_hh_ownfood_con, over (vuln)
>
>
>
> Over
>
> Mean
>
> Std. Err.
>
> [95% Conf.
>
> Interval]
>
> an_hh_food~n
>
> Vulnerable
>
> 2.31E+07
>
> 1569839
>
> 2.00E+07
>
> 2.61E+07
>
> Poor
>
> 3.31E+07
>
> 1650400
>
> 2.98E+07
>
> 3.63E+07
>
> Average
>
> 3.84E+07
>
> 1535237
>
> 3.54E+07
>
> 4.14E+07
>
> Rich
>
> 4.50E+07
>
> 3259964
>
> 3.86E+07
>
> 5.14E+07
>
> an_hh_ownf~n
>
> Vulnerable
>
> 8626045
>
> 943956.8
>
> 6769295
>
> 1.05E+07
>
> Poor
>
> 9574692
>
> 675307.3
>
> 8246371
>
> 1.09E+07
>
> Average
>
> 1.24E+07
>
> 820947.9
>
> 1.08E+07
>
> 1.40E+07
>
> Rich
>
> 1.82E+07
>
> 1948755
>
> 1.43E+07
>
> 2.20E+07
>
>
>
> I can fix this in excel for final formatting of tables for the report
> but I would love to be able to get the data in better format while I
> run through the analyses.
>
>
>
> Any suggestions?  Many thanks in advance.
>
>
>
> ______________________________
>
> David Fredericks
> Development Consultant
> Colombo, Sri Lanka
>
> Skype: david.fredericks
>
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>
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