PRIDI 2013 Data

Data analysis
  • All statistics were computed using appropriate sampling weights.
  • Estimation of standard errors for significance testing were computed by means of:
    • Replication methods (jackknife repeated replication) to estimate sampling variance, and
    • Five plausible values for estimating measurement variance.
Secondary analysis

For doing secondary analyses, data can be analyzed with the IEA IDB Analyzer and the International Data Explorer. These tools take into account the characteristics of the sampling and assessment design in order to implement the appropriate replication method, and they make use of existing plausible values.

Types of data files

One data file per country, containing information on:

  • Households
  • The child
  • Development responses to assessment items from the Engle scale and the Peabody test
  • Anthropometrics
  • Scale scores and indices
Format(s) of data files
Item release policy

All  PRIDI  products  (including the items) are  regional  public  goods,  freely  available  on  the study’s  website.  The study invites  other  countries  to  apply  these  instruments  and  to  add  to  the  data  and  knowledge  initiated  by  PRIDI.