English, Article edition: MRDUM: Stata module to create dummy variables and summary table for multiple response data Lee E. Sieswerda

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  • MRDUM: Stata module to create dummy variables and summary table for multiple response data
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  • Lee E. Sieswerda
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  • mrdum searches across varlist for integer codes and creates corresponding dummy variables. Each dummy is equal to 1 if the integer code was found anywhere in varlist, 0 if not, and missing if all of varlist is missing. It also displays a table summarizing the results. This program was created specifically to deal with survey questions wherein the respondent can give multiple responses to a single question (e.g. "Check all that apply"). Sometimes these data are coded as a series of variables with the responses entered in the order that the respondent indicated them. Often, however, it is useful to have instead a set of dummy variables that indicate whether the respondent indicated a particular response regardless of the order in which it was indicated.
  • questionnaires, dummy variables, responses
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s429201
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