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Reply by matthewbutler on February 24, 2016 on Forum
... above, there were extra race categories in earlier versions ... conventions of asking about race (Black/White/Asian/Native American/etc.) AND ethnicity ... There were 280 with race = Hisp in 0.2.0, ...
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in NCHSDB variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :pcori_race_cd:
Reply by mrueschman on February 22, 2016 on Forum
... that issue and the race issue you note. The ... future research. Yes, the race data were collapsed into ... did not have the race variable change incorporated yet. ...
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in ABC variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race: at Baseline
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in CFS variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race: at Visit 5
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in CCSHS variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race: at Visit 3
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in BESTAIR variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race:
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in WSC variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race: at Visit 1
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in HCHS variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race:
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in SOF variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race: at Visit 8
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in SHHS variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race: at Visit 1
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in MESA variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race1c: at Visit 5
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in NUMOM2B variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :crace:
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in CHAT variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :ref4:
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in MROS variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :gierace:
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in HEARTBEAT variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race7:
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in HOMEPAP variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :race7:
race under Demographics/Acculturation in HCHS variables
The self-identification with a race group.
nsrr_race under Harmonized/Demographics in STAGES variables
Harmonized by the NSRR team to align with TOPMed and BioDataCatalyst standards. Source: :dem_1000:
pcori_race_cd under Demographics in NCHSDB variables
race_descr under Demographics in NCHSDB variables
Reply by remomueller on June 20, 2014 on Forum
... SAS export now adds race, gender, and age at ... variables where appropriate Valid race domain choices were changed ... being classified within the race domain Visit number has ...
Reply by adamomidpanah on February 19, 2016 on Forum
... Phase 1 MOO that race is coded somewhat closely ... in the file shhs1-dataset-0.8.0.csv race takes 3 levels 1-white ... do I obtain proper race codings? Is there a ...
race1c under Administrative in MESA variables
Note from MESA Coordinating Center: It is recommended that Investigators make use of the terminology "race/ethnicity" when publishing or presenting variable race1c results (e.g. descriptive summaries, associations, ...). It has been noted that Chinese and Hispanic are not race groups, and that race itself is an ill-defined, non-scientific concept.