Course: Analysis of Survey Data from Complex Sample Designs

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  • 11 October - 12 October 2013
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Aim of Course:

In order to extract maximum information at minimum cost, sample designs are typically more complex than simple random samples. Cluster sampling and stratified designs are common. But how do you analyze the resulting data - in particular, how do you determine margins of error? This course teaches you how to estimate variances when analyzing survey data from complex samples, and also how to fit linear and logistic regression models to complex sample survey data.

Please note this is an online course lasting 4 weeks.

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