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Re: DHS Burundi 1987 [message #20180 is a reply to message #20176] Tue, 06 October 2020 11:55 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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Dear,
Thanks for your valuable comments.
I am analyzing the effect of variable X on variable Y (that is related to mother's), and now I am being suggested to look at the impact of the same X on newborn birth weight in order to understand intergenerational effects of the variable X. This is why I am restricting the sample to interviewed women (guessing they are the mothers).
Aren't this a valid approach to follow?
If I may add to this question, is it correct to do the weighting after pooling all survey together? or should I first do the weighting for each survey first and then do pooling? i.e gen wgt= v001/1000,000 (for 2000, 2005, 2011, and 2016 individually first than).

Kind regards,
 
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