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A comparison of earnings measures from longitudinal and cross-sectional surveys: evidence from the UK, by M. Francesconi, H. Sutherland and F. Zantomio, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, Statistics in Society, Volume 174 (2011), part 2, pages 297–326

Description of data sets

Datasets used include

British Household Panel Survey (waves 5, 13 and 17) Access obtainable through the UK Data Archive, see http://www.esds.ac.uk/findingData/bhps.asp

and

Family Resources Survey 1995/96

Family Resources Survey 2003/04

Family Resources Survey 2007/08

Access obtainable through the UK Data Archive, see http://www.esds.ac.uk/findingData/frs.asp

Description of programs

The programs are to be run in STATA 10, in the order described in the do file named "master", that is:

cr_f56_10

cr_b56_10

cr_f34_10

cr_b34_10

cr_f78_10

cr_b78_10

ae_index_10

cr_unique_10

noresp_10

labinc_10

test_10

graphs_10

multivariate_10

OSMmultivariate_10

PAFTmultivariate_10"

occpen10.do

Marco Francesconi

Department of Economics

University of Essex

Wivenhoe Park

Colchester

CO4 3SQ

UK

E-mail: mfranc@essex.ac.uk

Francesca Zantomio, zantomio@irvapp.it

Dataset (43KB)

The use of propensity scores to assess the generalizability of results from randomized trials, by E. A. Stuart, S. R. Cole, C. P. Bradshaw and P. J. Leaf, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, Statistics in Society, Volume 174 (2011), part 2, pages 369–386

Data

The data used in the paper are not publicly available.

Sample program

Sample code is provided in the document StuartGeneralizability-SampleCode.R. Note that it will not run because it uses variable names etc. from the unavailable data set; the code would need to be adapted for a user's own data set.

Software platform

The program was written for R, and run in Version 2.7.1.

Elizabeth Stuart

Department of Mental Health and Department of Biostatistics

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

8th Floor

624 N Broadway

Baltimore

MD 21205

USA

E-mail: estuart@jhsph.edu

Dataset (3KB)

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