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dc.contributor.author Vitzthum, Virginia J.
dc.coverage.spatial Study population is described in: Bedwell RM, Spielvogel H, Bellido D, Vitzthum VJ. 2017. "Factors influencing the use of biomedical health care by rural Bolivian anemic women: structural barriers, reproductive status, gender roles, and concepts of anemia." PLOS ONE (in press). en
dc.date.accessioned 2017-01-15T22:55:59Z
dc.date.available 2017-01-15T22:55:59Z
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/2022/21181
dc.description.abstract This data set comprises measurements of hemoglobin concentration and other variables from rural highland Bolivian women. The data are stored in two formats: a single EXCEL file with two worksheets (one for each phase of data collection) and two csv files (one for each phase of data collection; data are identical to those in the corresponding Excel file worksheets). A Codebook (pdf format) describes the variables in detail. Analyses of these data have been published: Bedwell RM, Spielvogel H, Bellido D, Vitzthum VJ. 2017. "Factors influencing the use of biomedical health care by rural Bolivian anemic women: structural barriers, reproductive status, gender roles, and concepts of anemia." PLOS ONE (in press). en
dc.description.sponsorship Collection of these data was supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation (SBR 9506107) and the Office of the Vice Provost for Research, Indiana University, Bloomington. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.rights These data are made available under the terms of the Open Data Commons ODC-BY license (summary at http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/by/summary/, and full license text at http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/by/1.0/). We ask that any researchers using these data (in whole or in part, and in any manner) to please do the following: 1. Notify us (brief email to vitzthum@indiana.edu) regarding how you plan to use the data (e.g., as part of a research project, in a meta-analysis, in a literature review, in a comparative study, in a policy report, etc). 2. If you publish or present any technical report and/or scientific paper that makes use of these data, please cite this repository and our paper as the source of the data (Bedwell RM, Spielvogel H, Bellido D, Vitzthum VJ. 2017. "Factors influencing the use of biomedical health care by rural Bolivian anemic women: structural barriers, reproductive status, gender roles, and concepts of anemia." PLOS ONE (in press). en
dc.rights.uri http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/by/summary/ en
dc.subject anemia en
dc.subject iron deficiency anemia en
dc.subject iron supplements en
dc.title Anemia Project Data Set en
dc.type Dataset en
dc.description.methodology Data collection methods are described in: Bedwell RM, Spielvogel H, Bellido D, Vitzthum VJ. 2017. "Factors influencing the use of biomedical health care by rural Bolivian anemic women: structural barriers, reproductive status, gender roles, and concepts of anemia." PLOS ONE (in press). en
dc.description.file The data are stored in two formats: a single EXCEL 2010 file with two worksheets (one for each phase of data collection) and two csv files (one for each phase of data collection; data are identical to those in the corresponding Excel file worksheets). A Codebook (pdf format) describes the variables in detail. en


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