Data on the labor-market experience of male high school dropouts.
A data frame with 6402 observations on the following 15 variables.
respondent id - a factor with 888 levels.
natural log of wages expressed in 1990 dollars.
years of experience in the work force
equals 1 if respondent has obtained a GED as of the time of survey, 0 otherwise
labor force participation since obtaining a GED (in years) - before a GED is earned postexp = 0, and on the day a GED is earned postexp = 0
factor - equals 1 if subject is black, 0 otherwise
factor - equals 1 if subject is hispanic, 0 otherwise
highest grade completed - takes integers 6 through 12
hgc - 9, a centered version of hgc
local area unemployment rate for that year
These data are originally from the 1979 National Longitudinal Survey on Youth (NLSY79).
Singer and Willett (2003) used these data for examples in chapter (insert info. here) and the data sets used can be found on the UCLA Statistical Computing website: https://stats.idre.ucla.edu/other/examples/alda/
Additionally the data were discussed by Cook and Swayne (2003) and the data can be found on the GGobi website: http://ggobi.org/book.html.
Singer, J. D. and Willett, J. B. (2003), Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis: Modeling Change and Event Occurrence, New York: Oxford University Press.
Cook, D. and Swayne, D. F. (2007), Interactive and Dynamic Graphics for Data Analysis with R and GGobi, Springer.
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