[R] EFA with Complex Survey Data (Incl. Replicate Weights)

Anthony Damico @jd@m|co @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Sat Apr 2 22:14:13 CEST 2022

hi!  after loading the survey library, i believe you might want to create a
`svrepdesign()` object that matches the SAS syntax published here?


...not sure if you need combined.weights = FALSE option added to the
svrepdesign() call, but it looks like your complex survey design should
look roughly like this?

hsls09_design <- svrepdesign( data = data_frame_with_hsls09 , type="BRR",
weights = ~w1student , repweights="w1student[0-9]+" )

from there, you could look to the examples posted on the ?svyfactanal help
page and use your design=hsls09_design rather than the example dataset

On Fri, Apr 1, 2022 at 4:14 AM Lybrya Kebreab <Lybrya.Kebreab using ucf.edu>

> Hello,
> I am a doctoral student, completing my dissertation using the public
> HSLS2009 survey data. I am interested in running an exploratory factor
> analysis (EFA) and need to apply both the child weight and replicate
> weights. I found some information on applying weights in EFA (
> https://r-survey.r-forge.r-project.org/survey/html/svyfactanal.html),
> however I have not found information on how to apply multiple replicate
> weights. Can anyone please help me with a resource that can assist?
> Thank you kindly,
> Lybrya Kebreab
> Doctoral Candidate
> Education-Mathematics Education Track
> School of Teacher Education
> College of Community Innovation and Education
> University of Central Florida
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