Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2011 08:34:18 -0700
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From: Bruce Weaver <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Advice on randomization
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There's probably something here that will do what you want, or at least give
you an example you can tweak.
stace swayne wrote:
> Dear List,
> I need advice on what type of syntax I need in order to do the following:
> In my study there will be 400 subjects, 200 in a control group and 200 in
> a treatment group (people who will receive specialized job training).
> My colleagues have recruited people who fall into three categories (1)
> recently unemployed six months or less, (2) unemployed for 12 months and
> (3) unemployed for greater than 12 months.
> Members of my group are interested in having different proportions of the
> people who fall into the aforementioned categories represented in the
> treatment group. For example, 20 percent should come from the recently
> unemployed or 30 percent from the unemployed for greater than 12 months
> category etc.
> Can anyone give me some advice on how to do this via syntax or suggest an
> online resource?
> All suggestions are welcomed.
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