Data come from a survey that was conducted in rural clusters of Tanzania in 1993. The goal was to collect information on the perceived accessibility of a specific family planning facility that serviced each cluster. Six informants were chosen: 3 female and 3 male. New informants were chosen for each cluster. Each informant was independently asked to rate the accessibility of the facility, and how easy it was to get to the facility. More specifically the women informants were asked to rate how women of childbearing age perceived the accessibility and easiness and men were asked to rate how accessible and easy men perceived access to the clinic to be. Higher values indicate greater accessibility and ease of travel. The female informants' ratings are 1 to 3 and the male informants' ratings are 4 to 6.
A data frame with 220 rows and 12 variables
Bollen, K. A., Speizer, I. S., & Mroz, T. A. (1996). Family Planning Facilities in Rural Tanzania: His and Her Perceptions of Time and Distance.
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## Not run: model <- ' femaleAccess =~ access1 + access2 + access3 maleAccess =~ access4 + access5 + access6 femaleEasy =~ easy1 + easy2 + easy3 maleEasy =~ easy4 + easy5 + easy6 ' ## End(Not run)
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