Type | Journal Article - Health Equity and Financial Protection |

Title | Interpreting the Tables and Graphs |

Author(s) | |

Page numbers | 41-69 |

URL | http://elibrary.worldbank.org/doi/abs/10.1596/9780821384596_CH06 |

Abstract | Walks users through interpretation of the tables and charts produced by ADePT, using a worked example with real data. The original data report gives basic statistics on the variables provided by users and shows in parentheses the field in which each variable was entered. This report is important as it makes it possible to detect many of the bold errors that may occur when preparing the data. For each variable, the first column shows the number of observations with a valid value (that is, a value that is not represented by a missing value in Stata). The next three columns present the mean, minimum, and maximum values of each variable.Walks users through interpretation of the tables and charts produced by ADePT, using a worked example with real data. The original data report gives basic statistics on the variables provided by users and shows in parentheses the field in which each variable was entered. This report is important as it makes it possible to detect many of the bold errors that may occur when preparing the data. For each variable, the first column shows the number of observations with a valid value (that is, a value that is not represented by a missing value in Stata). The next three columns present the mean, minimum, and maximum values of each variable.Walks users through interpretation of the tables and charts produced by ADePT, using a worked example with real data. The original data report gives basic statistics on the variables provided by users and shows in parentheses the field in which each variable was entered. This report is important as it makes it possible to detect many of the bold errors that may occur when preparing the data. For each variable, the first column shows the number of observations with a valid value (that is, a value that is not represented by a missing value in Stata). The next three columns present the mean, minimum, and maximum values of each variable.Walks users through interpretation of the tables and charts produced by ADePT, using a worked example with real data. The original data report gives basic statistics on the variables provided by users and shows in parentheses the field in which each variable was entered. This report is important as it makes it possible to detect many of the bold errors that may occur when preparing the data. For each variable, the first column shows the number of observations with a valid value (that is, a value that is not represented by a missing value in Stata). The next three columns present the mean, minimum, and maximum values of each variable.Walks users through interpretation of the tables and charts produced by ADePT, using a worked example with real data. The original data report gives basic statistics on the variables provided by users and shows in parentheses the field in which each variable was entered. This report is important as it makes it possible to detect many of the bold errors that may occur when preparing the data. For each variable, the first column shows the number of observations with a valid value (that is, a value that is not represented by a missing value in Stata). The next three columns present the mean, minimum, and maximum values of each variable.vv |

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