Harmonized CRELES Creation Code
The Harmonized CRELES version A dataset is created using data from CRELES Wave 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, released as of as of June, 2016.
Download the Harmonized CRELES Stata Creation Code.
To run the Harmonized CRELES Creation Code in Stata:
- From the University of Berkeley, download all data for Waves 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Download the Longitudinal Weights Release 5.0.0 for Stata and download the All Waves Coverscreen Release 5.0.0 for Stata.
- Edit line 13 of the Stata Creation Code to list the folder location of the CRELES tracker files and yrmobirth files. Edit lines 14 - 18 to list the folder location of the CRELES data for each wave. Edit line 19 to list the folder location where you would like to save the Harmonized CRELES dataset.
You can also download the Harmonized CRELES Dataset directly from the The Gateway to Global Aging Data, where you can download the Harmonized CRELES Dataset in Stata, SAS, or SPSS format.
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