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using svy function to run cross tabs [message #8389] Wed, 21 October 2015 16:19 Go to next message
pkaburi is currently offline  pkaburi
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I am using KDHS 2008 data. I want to do a ttest for v012 by v761. when i run the following command svy: ttest v012 if v761<=3, over(v761) , i get the following response.

ttest is not supported by svy with vce(linearized.

what should i do?
Re: using svy function to run cross tabs [message #8403 is a reply to message #8389] Fri, 23 October 2015 17:07 Go to previous message
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One option would be to run OLS ("reg") with dummy variables for the 3 categories of v761 you want (no constant). Then you could use the "test" commands to test the equality of the groups (in whatever pair-wise or all-at-once way you wanted).

That would account for all of the survey design as long as you used the "svy" prefix before the regression. I think that should work.
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