Re: [R] Creating a weighted sample - Help

From: LouiseS <louise_at_sinfield.uk.net>
Date: Thu, 03 Mar 2011 05:21:16 -0800 (PST)

Hi

Thanks for responses. The sample I have taken is a random sample from H, I, J and K. The further analysis I want to do is all around bad debt rates so it could be (H/H+I)*100 = Bad rate percentage also population stability calculations that are all related to credit scoring. I want to be able to report back on any variable that I have in my data set based on my factored counts (A) of 10,000 - so every calculation is based on 10,000 account in the correct proportions.

Does his help?

Thanks once again
Louise

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