Survey and Statistical Computing: Proceedings of an International Conference Organized by the Study Group on Computers in Survey Analysis, Bristol, U. K. September 24-26, 1992

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780444897794
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
  • Publication date: 9/8/1992
  • Pages: 502

Table of Contents

Trends in Survey Data Processing 1
The State of the Art in Survey Analysis 11
Statistical Computing: from Census to CASM 23
Twenty five years of dirty data 37
The Future for Survey Data 47
The Future for Data Dissemination and Secondary Analysis 59
Survey Computing in the 1990's - A Technology Update 73
Applications of computers in Sample Design and Selection 79
A knowledge based system to provide intelligent support for writing questionnaires 91
Relating People by Computer 99
The Utility of Feeding Forward Earlier Wave Data for Panel Studies 109
Systems for Monitoring Fieldwork Progress and Performance 119
The Interactive Coding of the Scottish Young People's Survey 129
Computer Assisted Interviewing: Telephone or Personal? 137
Issues in the Design of CAPI Questionnaires for Complex Surveys 147
Using CAPI to ensure Consistency and Quality in International Studies 157
An Integrated System for Edit and Imputation of Data in the Italian National Statistical Institute 167
Merging Methods: Integrating quantitative and qualitative approaches to survey design, analysis and interpretation 179
Enhancing Scatterplot Matrices 189
Modelling Event History Data 199
A Critical Appraisal of Statistical Modelling Techniques in Medical Studies 209
A Review of methods for modelling Ordered Categorical Survey Data 219
Using Multilevel Models for Survey Analysis 231
A Variance Components Approach to Interviewer Effects 243
A Multilevel Analysis of Interviewer Variability on a Health Survey 255
Using call-backs to adjust for non-response bias 269
Surveys involving Adaptive Stated Preference Techniques 279
A Review of the tools for Secondary Analysis 289
Data Use and Reuse: The movement and use of survey data across different hardware and software platforms 297
Software Solutions for Samples of Anonymised Records 305
Large-scale tabulation: what's happening in government departments 317
User access to Government Statistics: the Employment Department view 327
Tabulate a million records a minute 337
Integrating Analysis and Desktop Publishing 347
A Tool for the Tabulation Process 359
The Windows Software Environment: pane or pleasure? 369
Coping with stress: the impact of modern software on the research process 375
A Comparison of some Software Packages for Survey Analysis 385
The SGCSA Software Catalogue 395
Integrated Survey Processing on Microcomputers 405
Cheap and Simple Data Processing: A Comparison of 5 Data Entry / Editing Packages for PC's 413
Counting the Values 427
Recent Trends in Database Management and their effect on Statistical Computing 439
A tool for the automatic generation of data editing and imputation applications for survey processing 449
A Prototype Environment for Statistical Computing with Long Term Projects and Limited Resources 457
Providing Statistical Functionality in a Distributed Environment 467
Optimal Design of Complex surveys: A Soft Assistant, SAMPSON 477
A Survey Questionnaire Design Methodology 489
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