Analyze & Subset--Study No. 34375
Title: Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) Cohort 1, 2000-2008
Online Analysis Using SDA
The online analysis system allows you to run both simple and complex analyses, recode and compute new variables, and subset variables or cases for downloading. The software powering the system, named Survey Documentation and Analysis (SDA), was developed by the Computer-assisted Survey Methods Program (CSM) at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Please note that weights may affect analysis results.
In this study, the entire population of scholars and the entire population of non-recipients were asked to participate in the survey, so weights were only needed to compensate for sub-population differences in non-response to the survey. The response rates for non-recipients are weighted to account for differences in the selection probabilities of the sample members. No such adjustment was necessary for the scholars since all scholars were selected for the survey with certainty. For the cross-sectional datasets (baseline, first follow-up, second follow-up), the weight variable is called "WEIGHT" and the longitudinal datasets the weight variables for baseline are "R1_WGT" (Cohort 1). For more information on weighting procedure, please refer to the weighting section of the documentation.
If you're having trouble with SDA utilities, you may wish to consult the online help files for SDA users provided by the Computer-assisted Survey Methods Program (CSM) at the University of California, Berkeley.