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Re: Child vaccination [message #29065 is a reply to message #29063] Thu, 18 April 2024 21:13 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
shruti.acharya is currently offline  shruti.acharya
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Hi Janet !
I am using DHS data for India (NFHS-5) and using STATA for data analysis. I am using the KR (Child's RECODE) file. My outcome variable is vaccination status ( no vaccination, partial vaccination and full vaccination), which I have created referring and modifying the STATA code available on GIThub.

I am using multinomial logistic regression to understand the association between socio-demographic variables and vacc_status on STATA using the following code :
mlogit vacc_status(i.sex i.birth_order) (i.Wealth i.religion i.caste i.household_size i.v106) (i.media_exposure i.age_firstbirth )

I have recoded the variables for better identification. I wanted to know if I need to use the "svyset linearized" everytime I run my regression on STATA, and also whether I am doing it correctly.

Thanks
S Acharya
 
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