2 edition of Error profile for multiple-frame surveys found in the catalog.
Error profile for multiple-frame surveys
Norman D Beller
by Dept. of Agriculture, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off in [Washington]
|Statement||Norman D. Beller|
|Series||ESCS ; 63|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
AAPOR Report on Online Panels Target population elements with multiple frame units have higher chances of selection and will be overrepresented in the sample, relative to the population. If there is a correlation between duplication and the survey variables of interest, then the estimates of the survey measures will be biased. Avoid using multiple frames, whenever possible. However, when no single existing frame isadequate, consider a multiple Use the same frame for surveys with the same target population or subset of the target avoids inconsistencies across surveys and reduces the costs associated with framemaintenance and
same pattern repeated in all these surveys; that is, a heavy initial loss which increases at a much slower rate throughout the subsequent interviews until it levels off." (Nelson et al., , p). Further information on nonresponse and other nonsampling errors in panel surveys can be found in Kasprzyk et al. (). Refusals. With an emphasis on total survey error, the authors review principles and concepts in the field and examine important unresolved issues in survey methods. Spanning a range of topics dealing with the quality of data collected through the survey process, they focus on such key issues as: * Major sources of survey error, examining the origins of.
Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. Sampling from area frames is discussed in more detail in Chapter 6 - Sample Designs. Listing for an area frame is discussed in Chapter 9 - Data Collection Operations. Multiple Frame A multiple frame is a combination of two or more frames, (a combination of list and area frames or of two or more list frames).
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ERROR PROFI LE FOR MULTIPLE-FRAME SURVEYS Norman D. Beller U.S. Department of Agriculture Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service ESCS BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA Report So. RecIpient', Acc~3slOn ~o. ERROR PROFILE FOR MULTIPLE-FRAME SURVEYS Narmiln D.
Beller* INTRODUCTION. ERROR PROFILES: USES AND ABUSES Barbara A. Bailar U. Bureau of the Census Washington, D.
INTRODUCTION The Office of Management and Budget oversees the Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology, which considers ques tions of methodology that may have important effects on the quality of statistical data produced by the federal govern by: 3.
Statistical Methods and the Improvement of Data Quality contains the proceedings of The Small Conference on the Improvement of the Quality of Data Collected by Data Collection Systems, held on November, in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Multiple Frame Approaches to Identify and Survey Victims of Rape and Sexual Assault.
Paper commissioned by the National Research Council Panel on Measuring Rape and Sexual Assault in the Bureau of Justice Statistics Household Surveys, Washington, DC. Clay-Warner, J., and Burt, C.H. Rape reporting after reforms: Have times really changed. health surveys is usually not very informative.
Other frames, such as lists of general hospitals and/or special treatment centers, often provide more informed data as well as extended coverage of the target population.
There are, however, unique features, issues, and File Size: KB. Surveys usually include questions where individuals must select one in a series of possible options that can be sorted. On the other hand, multiple frame surveys are becoming a widely used method.
At the most basic level, a codebook describes the layout of the data in the data file and describes what the data codes mean. Codebooks are used to document the values associated with the answer options for a given survey question.
Theory and application of multiple frame surveys Robert Smith Cochran Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at: Part of theMathematics Commons, and theStatistics and Probability Commons. The mission of the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) is “to collect, analyze, publish, and disseminate information on crime, criminal offenders, victims of crime, and the operation of justice systems at all levels of government” (Bureau of Justice Statistics, n.d.-c).
A major tool in. Rape and sexual assault are highly injurious victimizations, and accurate information about thm is difficult to obtain because they are seriously underreported to law enforcement.
The National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) measures these victimization rates,11Throughout the report, we use two specific terms to discuss victimization rates of rape and sexual assault: incidence and prevalence.
Handling Imperfect Overlap Determination in a Dual-Frame Survey. Multiple frame surveys, in which independent samples are drawn from separate frames, can be used to help meet some of these.
The target population for a survey is the entire set of units for which the survey data are to be used to make inferences. Thus, the target population defines those units for which the findings of the survey are meant to generalize.
Establishing study objectives is the first step in designing a survey. Surveys for which data collection is conducted via a telephone interview represent a major source of all current survey data. Even as Internet surveys have gained greatly in popularity in the past several years, telephone surveys remain a major source of the data gathered for media, marketing, academic, and other types of research.
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For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors. Sharon Lohr is an Emeritus Professor in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences and in the Dean's Distinguished Professor of Statistics at ASU.
She was also affiliated with the ASU Center for the Study of Law, Science, and Technology. Her primary research interests include sample surveys, design of experiments, statistical methods for dependent data, statistical methods for. Chromy J, Wilson D. Multiple Frame Approaches to Identify and Survey Victims of Rape and Sexual Assault.
Washington, DC: (Paper commissioned by the National Research Council Panel on Measuring Rape and Sexual Assault in the Bureau of Justice Statistics Household Surveys). This Technical Report on Linking Area and List Frames in Agricultural Surveys is the result of a comprehensive literature review on the subject and further methodological developments.
The Report introduces and discusses the problem of improving the quality. With the publication of Groves and Kahn’s () book, Surveys by Telephone: A National Comparison with Personal Interviews, enough evidence was provided to give the survey research community (and their clients) confidence that the samples (both initial and final samples) and data quality from a random-digit-dialing (RDD) landline telephone.
The whole book appears to bearelevant contribution to various key aspects of sampling methodology and techniques; it dealswith some hot topics in sampling theory, such ascalibration, quantile-regression and multiple frame surveys, and with innovative methodologies in important topics of both sampling theory and applications.
The three parts of this book on survey methodology combinean introduction to basic sampling theory, engaging presentation of topics that reflect current research trends, and informed discussion of the problems commonly encountered in survey related aspects of survey methodology rarely appear together under a single connected roof, making this book a uniqueFormat: Hardcover.Advances in cross-national comparison: A European working book for demographic and socio-economic variables.
New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. Hoffmeyer-Zlotnik, J. H. P., & Warner, U. (). Private household: Concepts and their operationalization in national and international social science surveys (In German).Multiple frame estimators have been developed to be used in the context of multiple frame surveys.
Sampling frames may overlap which is the case when a single unit of the sampling frame is related with more than one element of the target population.