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HOUSEHOLD COOKING FUEL AS A RISK FACTOR FOR RESPIRATORY ILLNESS AMONG UNDER FIVE CHILDREN [message #18859] Mon, 02 March 2020 14:09 Go to next message
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Dear all,
I wish to analyse relationship between household cooking fuel and ARI symptoms among under 5 children in Nigeria.
I am using NDHS 2018 datasets
Which file should i use please?
Will it be Ok to use the PR (Household members) file?
Will there be need for weighting?
I am using SPSS software
Kind regards
Re: HOUSEHOLD COOKING FUEL AS A RISK FACTOR FOR RESPIRATORY ILLNESS AMONG UNDER FIVE CHILDREN [message #18869 is a reply to message #18859] Tue, 03 March 2020 11:36 Go to previous message
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Dear User, for an overview on working with DHS data (including which datasets to use for specific analysis) please click here:. In addition you can click here to access SPSS code to produce Demographic and Health Survey Indicators. As always we recommend using The Guide to DHS Statistics and The Standard Recode Manual. Using Datasets for Analysis is also full of useful information.
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