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Survey analysis

Genstat has several commands for the analysis of simple of complex surveys, including facilities for modelling, imputation, calculations and manipulation. (For further details, see the Guide to Survey Analysis in Genstat.)

    TABULATE forms tables of summaries of the values of variates classified by one or more factors
    MTABULATE forms tables of summaries of variates classified by multiple-response factors
    SVBOOT bootstraps data from random surveys
    SVCALIBRATE performs generalized calibration of survey data
    SVGLM fits generalized linear models to survey data
    SVHOTDECK performs hot-deck and model-based imputation for survey data
    SVMERGE merges strata prior to survey analysis
    SVREWEIGHT modifies survey weights adjusting to ensure that their overall sum weights remains unchanged
    SVSTRATIFIED analyses stratified random surveys by expansion or ratio raising
    SVTABULATE tabulates data from random surveys, including multistage surveys and surveys with unequal probabilities of selection
    SVWEIGHT forms survey weights
    COMBINE combines or omits “slices” of tables, matrices or variates
    CSPRO reads a data set from a CSPro survey data file and dictionary, and loads it into Genstat or puts it into a spreadsheet file
    DTABLE plots tables
    MARGIN calculates or deletes margins of tables
    PERCENT expresses the body of a table as percentages of one of its margins
    TABMODE forms summary tables of modes of values
    TABSORT sorts tables so their margins are in ascending or descending order
    T%CONTROL expresses tables as percentages of control cells
VSUMMARY Summarizes a variate, with classifying factors, into a data matrix of variates and factors


Updated on February 9, 2022

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