In the microcensus, each sampling district remains in the sample for four years, and 25% of the sample is replaced each year. A new procedure for the subsample and time-consistent identifiers since the 2012 scientific use file allow to use this feature of a rotational panel. This offers further analysis possibilities.
The paper (available in German) describes how researchers can independently create panel files and what has to be taken into account. In addition, there are programs for SAS, SPSS and Stata for linking the cross-sectional data.
Contact: Bernhard Schimpl-Neimanns
The syntax files should be downloaded and used with statistics programs. The browser view provides only an overview. Characters with an Umlaut and line breaks are sometimes displayed incorrectly.
|Version 1 (longitudinal orientation): For analysing gross changes and survival analysis
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|panel_1213_v1.sas panel_1213_v1.sps panel_1213_v1.do||Version 2 (cross-sectional orientation): For the analysis of net changes or cumulated data from consecutive years||panel_1213_v2.sas panel_1213_v2.sps panel_1213_v2.do|