Sampling Designs |
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Basics | |||
Regular statistical software | |||
Is sample survey software really necessary? | |||
Types of sampling | |||
Beyond regular statistical software | |||
Major sampling techniques | |||
Major sampling designs | |||
Weights, measures and criteria | |||
How large a sample is needed | |||
Optimal allocation under restricted costs | |||
Analyzing Complex Sample Survey Data | |||
New procedures in SPSS, STATA and SAS | |||
Exercises with SPSS and STATA | |||
After this class, the following terms should not any longer be a complete mystery to you: | |||
Target population, Frame population, Survey population | |||
Elementary Unit (ELU), Observational Unit (OU), Sampling Frame, Sampling Unit (SU), Primary-Sampling Unit (PSU), Enumeration Unit (ENU), Listing Unit (LU) | |||
With Replacement (WR), Without Replacement (WOR) | |||
Simple Random Sampling (SRS), Systematic Sampling (SYS), Repeated Systematic Sampling (SYSREP) | |||
Stratified random Sampling (STRAT), Proportional Stratified random sampling (STRATProp) | |||
Simple One-Stage Cluster Sampling (S1SC), Simple Two-Stage Cluster Sampling (S2SC), Probability Proportional to Size (PPS) | |||
Finite Population Correction (FPC), Design Effect (DEFF), Design Factor (DEFT), Simple Equivalent Sample (SES), Intraclass Correlation (ICC) | |||
Programs Recources | |||
New within last 6 months: In discussion or use, will be improved Final version | |||