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Bangladesh: Standard DHS, 1993-94
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Survey Datasets
File Name File Size File Format
Births Recode 2.04 MB Stata dataset (.dta) 2.39 MB Flat ASCII data (.dat) 3.19 MB SAS dataset (.sas7bdat) 2.22 MB SPSS dataset (.sav)
Couples' Recode 1.78 MB Hierarchical ASCII data (.dat) 1.45 MB Stata dataset (.dta) 1.62 MB Flat ASCII data (.dat) 2.12 MB SAS dataset (.sas7bdat) 1.65 MB SPSS dataset (.sav)
Household Recode 1.76 MB Hierarchical ASCII data (.dat) 613 KB Stata dataset (.dta) 717 KB Flat ASCII data (.dat) 918 KB SAS dataset (.sas7bdat) 731 KB SPSS dataset (.sav)
Individual Recode 4.14 MB Hierarchical ASCII data (.dat) 2.64 MB Stata dataset (.dta) 3.02 MB Flat ASCII data (.dat) 4.29 MB SAS dataset (.sas7bdat) 3.10 MB SPSS dataset (.sav)
Children's Recode 1.35 MB Hierarchical ASCII data (.dat) 780 KB Stata dataset (.dta) 896 KB Flat ASCII data (.dat) 1.11 MB SAS dataset (.sas7bdat) 823 KB SPSS dataset (.sav)
Men's Recode 583 KB Hierarchical ASCII data (.dat) 455 KB Stata dataset (.dta) 519 KB Flat ASCII data (.dat) 625 KB SAS dataset (.sas7bdat) 532 KB SPSS dataset (.sav)
Household Member Recode 696 KB Stata dataset (.dta) 793 KB Flat ASCII data (.dat) 1011 KB SAS dataset (.sas7bdat) 1.39 MB SPSS dataset (.sav)
Service Availability Raw 19.1 KB Hierarchical ASCII data (.dat) 14.1 KB Stata dataset (.dta) 20.4 KB Flat ASCII data (.dat) 20.9 KB SAS dataset (.sas7bdat) 14.5 KB SPSS dataset (.sav)
Wealth Index 57.0 KB Hierarchical ASCII data (.dat) 49.9 KB Stata dataset (.dta) 57.5 KB Flat ASCII data (.dat) 63.2 KB SAS dataset (.sas7bdat) 75.6 KB SPSS dataset (.sav)
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Data collected for women 10-49, indicators calculated for women 15-49. A total of 304 primary sampling units were selected, but fieldwork in 3 sample points was not possible.