Files: COVID-19 Monitor All HH 2020-2021 panel v2.0.dta
NOTE: The panel data are structured so that an observation is a unique individual (wide data), and time-varying variables have a _w# suffix where # denotes the wave. This data structure should be used for any analysis of transitions, whether from February 2020 (#=0) or across specific wave point in times (#), or any combination of these times.
The Panel important variable names [where the first # is the base wave and the second # is the subsequent wave]:
· Individual weight: panel_ind_wt_#_#
· Household weight: panel_hh_wt_#_#
· Household member weight: panel_hh_mem_wt_#_#
· unique individual identifier: indid_w#
panel_ind_wt_0_1: panel weight for analyzing panel data with individuals observed in Feb. 2020 to Nov. 2020
panel_ind_wt_0_2: panel weight for analyzing panel data with individuals observed in Nov. 2020 to Feb. 2021
panel_ind_wt_1_2: panel weight for analyzing panel data with individuals observed in Feb.2020 to Feb. 2021
Note: Data is not self-weighted. For details on the creation of sample weights, see "COVID-19 MENA monitor weights" document in the documentation materials.
Files: COVID-19 Monitor All HH 2020-2021 rep xs v2.0.dta
NOTE: The data are structured so that a unique observation is an individual-wave combination (long data). Individuals may have multiple observations for each wave; the variable wave identifies the wave, whereas indid is the individual identifier in that wave.
1- Findid: unique individual identifier from when individual was first observed
2- Wave: Identifies wave of survey
3- indid: unique individual identifier