Displaying an effective base on a weighted table

Sample script file: ColumnProportionsTest.mrs

This example script is based on the Museum sample data set. See Running the sample table scripts for information on running the example scripts.

This example displays a table weighted by the genbalance weight variable. A column proportions test is applied and the effective base is displayed. Here is the script to display the table:

.AddNew("Table8", "museums{effectivebase(), ..Northern_Gallery} * gender", _

"Weighted Table of Museums by Gender with column proportions test")

TableDoc.Table8.Weight = "GenBalance"

TableDoc.Table8.Statistics.Add("ColumnProportions")

TableDoc.Table8.Statistics.ColumnProportions.SigLevel = 10

"Weighted Table of Museums by Gender with column proportions test")

TableDoc.Table8.Weight = "GenBalance"

TableDoc.Table8.Statistics.Add("ColumnProportions")

TableDoc.Table8.Statistics.ColumnProportions.SigLevel = 10

Here is the resulting table:

museums{effectivebase(),..Northern_Gallery}

This example displays a table weighted by the genbalance weight variable. A column proportions test is applied and the effective base is displayed. Here is the script to display the table:

.AddNew("Table8", "museums{effectivebase(), ..Northern_Gallery} * gender", _

"Weighted Table of Museums by Gender with column proportions test")

TableDoc.Table8.Weight = "GenBalance"

TableDoc.Table8.Statistics.Add("ColumnProportions")

TableDoc.Table8.Statistics.ColumnProportions.SigLevel = 10

"Weighted Table of Museums by Gender with column proportions test")

TableDoc.Table8.Weight = "GenBalance"

TableDoc.Table8.Statistics.Add("ColumnProportions")

TableDoc.Table8.Statistics.ColumnProportions.SigLevel = 10

Here is the resulting table:

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