English, Article edition: CLTEST: Stata modules for performing cluster-adjusted chi-square and t-tests Jeph Herrin

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  • CLTEST: Stata modules for performing cluster-adjusted chi-square and t-tests
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  • Jeph Herrin
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  • cltest is a pair of programs for analyzing data that have been randomized in clusters. clttest compares the means of two sets of grouped outcomes, with optional support for group-stratified outcomes. clchi2 estimates an adjusted chi-square test of independence for 2xk groups, with optional support for group-stratified outcomes. Adjustments for clustering are taken from Donner &​ Klar (Cluster Randomization Trials in Health Services Research, 2000), with the CLCHI2 program generalized to the 2xk case. chchi2 uses loneway to calculate the inter-cluster correlation, which in Stata 6.0 and higher includes a correction for imbalanced groups.
  • hypothesis tests, clustering, chi-square, t-test
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s424901
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