Lion SODAPOP:
Assets and Health Dynamics of the Oldest-Old - AHEAD
Stuff you should read
Notice

The Population Research Institute (PRI) is currently evaluating the SODAPOP service. The ability to extract a data set containing a subset of variables will not be supported after September 15, 2016.

The data collections in SODAPOP will still be available from the PRI. If you should have concerns about this change to the SODAPOP service or need to access some of the data, contact the PRI's Computational and Spatial Analysis (CSA) core at csa-info@psu.edu.



Wave(s)  To extract variables into a custom SAS file, 
comma delimited or tab delimited file:
Click on the data set name
Documentation/
Codebooks

 

Wave 1
(Final as of 2/2003)

* Type Variable for Household 201390

bhh21
bhp21
bop21
br21

codb-tbc
contents
codb-a
codb-b
codb-c
codb-d
codb-e
codb-f
codb-g
codb-h
codb-j
codb-k
codb-mod
codb-pc
codb-r

Changes2003.pdf

Paper copies:
806 Oswald

 

Wave 2
(Core Final V2.0)

Correction - Data Description - Basic
Demographic Variables - Marital Status -
New Widows

 

+Please note that this correction may not work
when merging. The variable name that they
indicate in the code fix is not the proper variable
for HRS 98 or 2000.
Please read correction carefully.


August 2007:  Six data & program files have been replaced
(residence and income) to include additional open-ended variables.

 

 

a95a_r
a95b_r
a95c_r
a95cs_h
a95cs_mc
a95cs_r
a95d_fc
a95d_h
a95d_mc
a95d_r
a95d_tc
a95e_hp
a95e_r *
a95f_h
a95g_r
a95h_r
a95j_h
a95j_mc
a95j_r
a95m_r
a95n_h
a95n_r
a95pc_r
a95pr_mc
a95pr_r
a95r_r
a95t_r
A95A_R
A95B_R
A95CS_H
A95CS_MC
A95CS_R
A95C_R
A95D_FC
A95D_H
A95D_MC
A95D_R
A95D_TC
A95E_HP
A95E_R
A95F_H
A95G_R
A95H_R
A95J_H
A95J_MC
A95J_R
A95M_R
A95N_H
A95N_R
A95PC_R
A95PR_MC
A95PR_R
A95R_R
A95T_R
A95cb
a95_mc