Transforming and Harmonizing CCHS Variables

Supporting the use of the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) by transforming variables from each cycle into harmonized, consistent versions that span survey cycles (currently, 2001 to 2014). CCHS data used in this library is accessed and adapted in accordance to the Statistics Canada Open Licence Agreement. This package uses rec_with_table(), which was developed from 'sjmisc' rec(). L├╝decke D (2018). "sjmisc: Data and Variable Transformation Functions". Journal of Open Source Software, 3(26), 754. .


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1.8.2 by Warsame Yusuf, 4 months ago

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Authors: Doug Manuel [aut, cph] , Warsame Yusuf [aut, cre] , Rostyslav Vyuha [aut] , Carol Bennett [aut] , Yulric Sequeira [ctb] , The Ottawa Hospital [cph]

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Depends on haven, dplyr, sjlabelled, stringr, magrittr

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