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Analyzing complex survey data [electronic resource] / Eun Sul Lee, Ronald N. Forthofer.

By: Lee, Eun Sul.
Contributor(s): Forthofer, Ron N, 1944-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Quantitative applications in the social sciences: no. 07-71.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, 2006Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (vii, 91 p.).ISBN: 9781441628183 (electronic bk.); 1441628185 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Mathematical statistics | Social surveys -- Statistical methods | Statistique math�ematique | Enqu�etes sociales -- M�ethodes statistiques | SCIENCE -- Research & Methodology | Survey-onderzoek | Data-analyse | Estat�istica | Coleta de dados (estat�isticas e dados num�ericos) | Ci�encias sociaisGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Analyzing complex survey data.DDC classification: 001.4/22 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction -- Sample design and survey data -- Types of sampling -- The nature of survey data -- A different view of survey data -- Complexity of analyzing survey data -- Adjusting for differential representation: the weight -- Developing the weight by poststratification -- Adjusting the weight in a followup survey -- Assessing the loss or gain in precision: the design effect -- The use of sample weights for survey data analysis -- Strategies for variance estimation -- Replicated sampling: a general approach -- Balanced repeated replication -- Jackknife repeated replication -- The bootstrap method -- The Taylor series method (linearization) -- Preparing for survey data analysis -- Data requirements for survey analysis -- Importance of preliminary analysis -- Choices of the method for variance estimation -- Available computing resources -- Creating replicate weights -- Searching for appropriate models for survey data analysis -- Conducting survey data analysis -- A strategy for conducting preliminary analysis -- Conducting descriptive analysis -- Conducting linear regression analysis -- Conducting contingency table analysis -- Conducting logistic regression analysis -- Other logistic regression models -- Design-based and model-based analysis* -- Concluding remarks.
Summary: In this introduction to the different ways of analysing complex survey data, the authors consider new analytical approaches review new software and introduce a model-based analysis that can be used for well-designed and relatively small-scale social surveys.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 83-87) and index.

Introduction -- Sample design and survey data -- Types of sampling -- The nature of survey data -- A different view of survey data -- Complexity of analyzing survey data -- Adjusting for differential representation: the weight -- Developing the weight by poststratification -- Adjusting the weight in a followup survey -- Assessing the loss or gain in precision: the design effect -- The use of sample weights for survey data analysis -- Strategies for variance estimation -- Replicated sampling: a general approach -- Balanced repeated replication -- Jackknife repeated replication -- The bootstrap method -- The Taylor series method (linearization) -- Preparing for survey data analysis -- Data requirements for survey analysis -- Importance of preliminary analysis -- Choices of the method for variance estimation -- Available computing resources -- Creating replicate weights -- Searching for appropriate models for survey data analysis -- Conducting survey data analysis -- A strategy for conducting preliminary analysis -- Conducting descriptive analysis -- Conducting linear regression analysis -- Conducting contingency table analysis -- Conducting logistic regression analysis -- Other logistic regression models -- Design-based and model-based analysis* -- Concluding remarks.

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In this introduction to the different ways of analysing complex survey data, the authors consider new analytical approaches review new software and introduce a model-based analysis that can be used for well-designed and relatively small-scale social surveys.

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Analyzing complex survey data by Lee, Eun Sul. ©2006
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