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2016 Screener Data and Input Files

zip   SAS DOS/Windows   [3.0 MB]
ftp   SAS input file   [< 1.0 MB]
ftp   STATA data file   [6.8 MB]
ftp   STATA input file   [< 1.0 MB]

2016 Topical Data and Input Files

zip   SAS DOS/Windows   [7.3 MB]
ftp   SAS input file   [1.1 MB]
ftp   STATA data file   [21 MB]
ftp   STATA input file   [< 1.0 MB]
Component ID: #ti1130601684

Note: In both individual year and multi-year analyses, the NSCH sample size may be limited for smaller populations (e.g., AI/AN) and state-level subgroups or rare outcomes (e.g. adolescent CSHCN or autism in a particular state). Small sample sizes may produce unstable estimates. To minimize misinterpretation, we recommend only presenting statistics with a sample size or unweighted denominator of 30 or more. Further, if the 95% confidence interval width exceeds 20 percentage points or 1.2 times the estimate (≈ relative standard error >30%), we recommend flagging for poor reliability and/or presenting a measure of statistical reliability (e.g. confidence intervals or statistical significance testing) to promote appropriate interpretation.

2016 Implicate Data and Input Files

zip   SAS DOS/Windows   [< 1.0 MB]
ftp   SAS input file   [< 1.0 MB]
ftp   STATA data file   [< 1.0 MB]
ftp   STATA input file   [< 1.0 MB]

2016 Codebook and Variable Lists

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