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A new concept for tuning design weights in survey sampling : jackknifing in theory and practice, Sarjinder Singh, Stephen Sedory, Maria Rueda, Antonio Arcos, Raghunath Arnab, (electronic book)

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A new concept for tuning design weights in survey sampling : jackknifing in theory and practice
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A new concept for tuning design weights in survey sampling
Title remainder
jackknifing in theory and practice
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Sarjinder Singh, Stephen Sedory, Maria Rueda, Antonio Arcos, Raghunath Arnab
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eng
Summary
A New Concept for Tuning Design Weights in Survey Sampling: Jackknifing in Theory and Practice introduces the new concept of tuning design weights in survey sampling by presenting three concepts: calibration, jackknifing, and imputing where needed. This new methodology allows survey statisticians to develop statistical software for analyzing data in a more precisely and friendly way than with existing techniques
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1963-
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Singh, Sarjinder
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001.422
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QA276
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non fiction
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  • Sedory, Stephen
  • Rueda, Maria
  • Arcos, Antonio
  • Arnab, Raghunath
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Sampling (Statistics)
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A new concept for tuning design weights in survey sampling : jackknifing in theory and practice, Sarjinder Singh, Stephen Sedory, Maria Rueda, Antonio Arcos, Raghunath Arnab, (electronic book)
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cr
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rdacarrier
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text
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Contents
  • Front Cover; A New Concept for Tuning Design Weights in Survey Sampling: Jackknifing in Theory and Practice; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Further studies; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Problem of estimation; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Estimation problem and notation; 1.3. Modeling of jumbo pumpkins; 1.3.1. R code; 1.4. The concept of jackknifing; 1.5. Jackknifing the sample mean; 1.6. Doubly jackknifed sample mean; 1.7. Jackknifing a sample proportion; 1.8. Jackknifing of a double suffix variable sum; 1.9. Frequently asked questions; 1.10. Exercises
  • Chapter 2: Tuning of jackknife estimator2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Notation; 2.3. Tuning with a chi-square type distance function; 2.3.1. Problem of undercoverage; 2.3.2. Estimation of variance and coverage; 2.3.3. R code; 2.3.4. Remark on tuning with a chi-square distance; 2.3.5. Numerical illustration; 2.3.6. R code used for illustration; 2.3.7. Problem of negative weights; 2.4. Tuning with dell function; 2.4.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 2.4.2. R code; 2.4.3. Numerical illustration; 2.4.4. R code used for illustration; 2.5. An important remark; 2.6. Exercises
  • Chapter 3: Model assisted tuning of estimators3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Model assisted tuning with a chi-square distance function; 3.2.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 3.2.2. R code; 3.3. Model assisted tuning with a dual-to-empirical log-likelihood (dell) function; 3.3.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 3.3.2. R code; 3.4. Exercises; Chapter 4: Tuned estimators of finite population variance; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. Tuned estimator of finite population variance; 4.3. Tuning with a chi-square distance; 4.3.1. Estimation of variance of the estimator of variance and coverage
  • 4.3.2. R code4.3.3. Remark on tuning with a chi-square distance; 4.3.4. Numerical illustration; 4.3.5. R code used for illustration; 4.3.6. F-distribution; 4.4. Tuning of estimator of finite population variance with a dual-to-empirical log-likelihood (dell) function; 4.4.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 4.4.2. R code; 4.4.3. Numerical illustration; 4.4.4. R code used for illustration; 4.5. Alternative tuning with a chi-square distance; 4.5.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 4.5.2. R code; 4.5.3. Numerical illustration; 4.5.4. R code used for illustration
  • 4.6. Alternative tuning with a dell function4.6.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 4.6.2. R code; 4.6.3. Numerical illustration; 4.6.4. R code used for illustration; 4.7. Exercises; Chapter 5: Tuned estimators of correlation coefficient; 5.1. Introduction; 5.2. Correlation coefficient; 5.3. Tuned estimator of correlation coefficient; 5.3.1. Estimation of variance of the estimator of correlation coefficient and coverage; 5.3.2. R code; 5.3.3. Numerical illustration; 5.3.4. R code used for illustration; 5.4. Exercises; Chapter 6: Tuning of multicharacter survey estimators
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SD932063208
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1 online resource
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online
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Owing to Legal Deposit regulations this resource may only be accessed from within National Library of Scotland. For more information contact enquiries@nls.uk.
Isbn
9780081005941
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(hbk)
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
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remote
Label
A new concept for tuning design weights in survey sampling : jackknifing in theory and practice, Sarjinder Singh, Stephen Sedory, Maria Rueda, Antonio Arcos, Raghunath Arnab, (electronic book)
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; A New Concept for Tuning Design Weights in Survey Sampling: Jackknifing in Theory and Practice; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Further studies; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Problem of estimation; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Estimation problem and notation; 1.3. Modeling of jumbo pumpkins; 1.3.1. R code; 1.4. The concept of jackknifing; 1.5. Jackknifing the sample mean; 1.6. Doubly jackknifed sample mean; 1.7. Jackknifing a sample proportion; 1.8. Jackknifing of a double suffix variable sum; 1.9. Frequently asked questions; 1.10. Exercises
  • Chapter 2: Tuning of jackknife estimator2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Notation; 2.3. Tuning with a chi-square type distance function; 2.3.1. Problem of undercoverage; 2.3.2. Estimation of variance and coverage; 2.3.3. R code; 2.3.4. Remark on tuning with a chi-square distance; 2.3.5. Numerical illustration; 2.3.6. R code used for illustration; 2.3.7. Problem of negative weights; 2.4. Tuning with dell function; 2.4.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 2.4.2. R code; 2.4.3. Numerical illustration; 2.4.4. R code used for illustration; 2.5. An important remark; 2.6. Exercises
  • Chapter 3: Model assisted tuning of estimators3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Model assisted tuning with a chi-square distance function; 3.2.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 3.2.2. R code; 3.3. Model assisted tuning with a dual-to-empirical log-likelihood (dell) function; 3.3.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 3.3.2. R code; 3.4. Exercises; Chapter 4: Tuned estimators of finite population variance; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. Tuned estimator of finite population variance; 4.3. Tuning with a chi-square distance; 4.3.1. Estimation of variance of the estimator of variance and coverage
  • 4.3.2. R code4.3.3. Remark on tuning with a chi-square distance; 4.3.4. Numerical illustration; 4.3.5. R code used for illustration; 4.3.6. F-distribution; 4.4. Tuning of estimator of finite population variance with a dual-to-empirical log-likelihood (dell) function; 4.4.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 4.4.2. R code; 4.4.3. Numerical illustration; 4.4.4. R code used for illustration; 4.5. Alternative tuning with a chi-square distance; 4.5.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 4.5.2. R code; 4.5.3. Numerical illustration; 4.5.4. R code used for illustration
  • 4.6. Alternative tuning with a dell function4.6.1. Estimation of variance and coverage; 4.6.2. R code; 4.6.3. Numerical illustration; 4.6.4. R code used for illustration; 4.7. Exercises; Chapter 5: Tuned estimators of correlation coefficient; 5.1. Introduction; 5.2. Correlation coefficient; 5.3. Tuned estimator of correlation coefficient; 5.3.1. Estimation of variance of the estimator of correlation coefficient and coverage; 5.3.2. R code; 5.3.3. Numerical illustration; 5.3.4. R code used for illustration; 5.4. Exercises; Chapter 6: Tuning of multicharacter survey estimators
Control code
SD932063208
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Owing to Legal Deposit regulations this resource may only be accessed from within National Library of Scotland. For more information contact enquiries@nls.uk.
Isbn
9780081005941
Isbn Type
(hbk)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote

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