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Re: What does it means M2A$1 - DHS Women's dataset [message #12857 is a reply to message #12851] Mon, 24 July 2017 18:43 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
rppeyton is currently offline  rppeyton
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I apologize, I tried to piggy back on this questions which was problematic.

I was actually wondering about a similar situation using the AFIR dataset from 2015, and using the S414AA$1-S414AA$6 variable. It is alright for me to only use the S414AA$6 for calculations correct; the subsequent instances aren't listed as NA.

Thank you again, and I apologize for the initial confusion.

RPP


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