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Re: impact of family composition on unmet need for family planning in Pakistan [message #22066 is a reply to message #21830] Tue, 26 January 2021 13:43 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Rubab Saleem is currently offline  Rubab Saleem
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I hope everyone is fine. I am working on 2017-18 DHS data set of Pakistan. I am using proceeding birth interval as dependent variable for short birth interval but I am facing to generate it from b11 variable in DHS data set from BR file. I am also interested in those women who gave birth at least 2 children's in last 5 years. The variable b11 shows 37000 observations but the sample of ever married age 15-49 in IR file is 15.064. please guide how to reduce these observations nd how to choose or identify the sample of interest. in simple words how i cane generate my dependent variable which is short birth interval and how i can collect my sample of interest for those women who have 2 births in last five years. i am waiting for your positive response. Thanks in advance.

Rubab Saleem
 
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