MAPLES: Smoothed age profile estimation
Version 1.0

MAPLES is a general method for the estimation of age profiles that uses standard micro-level demographic survey data. The aim is to estimate smoothed age profiles and relative risks for time-fixed and time-varying covariates.

AuthorRoberto Impicciatore
Date of publication2011-04-26 17:36:50
MaintainerRoberto Impicciatore <roberto.impicciatore@unimi.it>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version1.0
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("MAPLES")

Getting started

Package overview

Popular man pages

demogr: Longitudinal data on marriage and first child birth.
epdata: Prepares episode data for event history analysis.
listvar: Shows variables in a dataframe.
plotap: Plots age profiles.
splitter: Creates a time-varying factor variables within a...
tabm: Print regression estimates for previously fitted linear and...
tabx: Prints univariate and bivariate frequency table.
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All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

ageprofile: Computes smoothed transition rates by respondent's age (age...
demogr: Longitudinal data on marriage and first child birth.
epdata: Prepares episode data for event history analysis.
listvar: Shows variables in a dataframe.
MAPLES-package: Smoothed age profile estimation.
mkdate: Compute dates.
plotap: Plots age profiles.
splitter: Creates a time-varying factor variables within a...
tabm: Print regression estimates for previously fitted linear and...
tabx: Prints univariate and bivariate frequency table.

Functions

Files

data
data/demogr.RData
DESCRIPTION
man
man/ageprofile.Rd
man/demogr.Rd
man/epdata.Rd
man/listvar.Rd
man/MAPLES-package.Rd
man/mkdate.Rd
man/plotap.Rd
man/splitter.Rd
man/tabm.Rd
man/tabx.Rd
NAMESPACE
R
R/MAPLES.r
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