[R] svytable: How do i create a table informing a third variable?
Juan Ceccarelli Arias
jfca283 at gmail.com
Sat Sep 3 03:08:59 CEST 2016
Thanks a lot. Your code does the trick.
One last question:
The tabulate produced is showing every cross in just one column.
I mean, it presents the region by order and sex=1, and then again the
region but by sex==2.
Can i list or present as this:
region1 323. 3434..
regionN 123.. 432..
and ignoring the remaining info (standar errors or se in this case)?
Again, thanks Anthony. Really.
On Fri, Sep 2, 2016 at 8:24 PM, Anthony Damico <ajdamico at gmail.com> wrote:
> # mean
> svymean( ~ income_variable , NN )
> svyby( ~ income_variable , ~ age + sex , NN , svymean )
> # median
> svyquantile( ~ income_variable , NN )
> svyby( ~ income_variable , ~ age + sex , NN , svyquantile , 0.5 )
> On Fri, Sep 2, 2016 at 3:04 PM, Juan Ceccarelli Arias <jfca283 at gmail.com>
>> Im analyzing a survey and i need to obtain some statistics per groups.
>> Im able to create a table with sex and age. However, if i want to know how
>> much income earns the population by sex and age, i can't.
>> Im loading the dataset as describe the line below
>> NN <- svydesign(ids = ~1, data = encuesta, weights = fact)
>> Some simple table i can create
>> But im not able to handle the same tabulate referencing a income variable,
>> in this case, wage.
>> Can you help me?
>> Thanks for your replies and time.
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