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st: subpopulation weights with stcox


From   Lisa Marie Yarnell <lisa.yarnell@utexas.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: subpopulation weights with stcox
Date   Wed, 25 Dec 2013 21:36:19 -0800

Hi all, I am having some trouble requesting robust standard errors to
account for the survey nature of my data, and in particular, the use
of subpopulation weights (males and females).  I can run the models
without weights, but when I try to apply weights, Stata tells me that
my error type for the variance-covariance matrix is incorrect.  Yet
when I try to request robust standard errors, Stata does not allow it.
 See below.  Does anyone know how to request robust standard errors
for subpopulation Cox regressons in Stata?

Thank you, Lisa


. svy(male): stcox rrisk1_t
invalid vcetype
r(198);

. svy(male): stcox rrisk1_t, vce(robust)
option vce() of stcox is not allowed with the svy prefix
r(198);

. svy: stcox rrisk1_t, vce(robust)
option vce() of stcox is not allowed with the svy prefix
r(198);


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