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Re: st: bootstrap weights

From   Bryan Sayer <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: bootstrap weights
Date   Mon, 12 Sep 2011 12:23:57 -0400

If you REALLY do not have the stratum/psu information (as opposed to someone just leaving it off your file), then you can create a stratum=1 for everyone, and every observation is a single PSU, which you can generate using the observation number.

However, if your observations are people (rather than households) I would guess that at a minimum households are the PSU. So I would check further that perhaps the information exists, but for some reason you don't have it.

Then use -svy bootstrap

Bryan Sayer
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On 9/12/2011 12:12 PM, Stefano Verde wrote:
Dear Stata users,

I'd like to boostrap some parameters (elasticities) which I estimate
by means of a function evaluator program (nlsur is the estimation
method). Also, every observation has a different weight because it
represents a different number of households in the population. So, I
thought I could use pweights, but this is not allowed by -bootstrap-.

I guess I can't use -svy bootstrap- either because I don't have
information on clusters nor strata.

Do you have any suggestion? I'd greatly appreciate it.

Stefano Verde

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