DFLE in Australia

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Description: Analysis code and markdown for article: "Trends in Disability-Free Life Expectancy at Age 50 in Australia between 2001 and 2011 by Social Disadvantage" published in Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health

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Disability free life expectancies (DFLE) were generated using msm and elect packages in R, and Interpolated Markov Chain (IMaCh) software version 0.99r19. The published article can be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/jech-2020-214906 An online post-print of the accepted article can be found at https://hdl.handle.net/10620/18427 HILDA data are not publicly available but can be requested from the ...

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  • Data format

    Stata .do file to clean, code, and format data for 'msm' and 'IMaCh'

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  • GALI results (R markdown)

    R Mardown files for DFLE results for Global Activity Limitations Indicator (GALI)

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  • ADL results (R markdown)

    R Mardown files for DFLE results for difficulties with Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

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  • GALI results (IMaCh)

    IMaCh output for DFLE with Global Activity Limitation Indicator

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  • ADL results (IMaCh)

    IMaCh output for DFLE with difficulties with Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

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