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Re: Replicating DHS tables on child health [message #8591 is a reply to message #8565] Wed, 18 November 2015 19:05 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Trevor-DHS is currently offline  Trevor-DHS
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1. The number in the middle of a table are just produced by selecting the data. For example,
g weighed = (m19a==1 | m19a==2)
tab weighed [iw=wt]
provides the numbers of births weighed at birth given in table 10.1 (5th column). [The percents are the same as those in the 1st column]

2. Source of drinking water and toilet facilities are produced by merging the household recode (HR) dataset with the kid's recode (KR) dataset and recoding the source of drinking water and toilet facility variables according to the rules in table 2.1 and 2.2. These are not based just on v113 and v116 as these variables exclude non de jure (non usual) residents. Instead the variables from the household data are used.
 
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