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Centre for applied social surveys: university of southampton

Professor Chris Skinner | Social Stats., Comp. & Methods | 01 February 2001

The centre for applied social surveys (cass) has been set up with the aim of promoting a fuller understanding and improved application of social survey methods among the uk academic and non-academic communities. The need for the centre arises from th ...

The analysis of complex survey data

Professor Chris Skinner | Statistics Computing and Methodology | 01 October 1993

Application abstract: micro data from surveys and censuses are increasingly being used to inform policy in government and industry and to answer research questions in the social sciences. As researchers and policy makers become more used to dealing w ...

Statistical procedures for time-related psychological experiments

Professor Chris Skinner | 01 October 1984

Much current research in the social sciences involves close observation over time of the behaviour of a small number of individuals. Investigations take place both in natural settings, such as in schools or with families, as well as in the psychologi ...

Collaborative visiting scholarship for jae-kwang kim to visit chris skinner

Professor Chris Skinner | Statistics, Methods and Computing | 01 May 2011

This visiting scholarship will enable dr jae-kwang kim (iowa state university) to visit professor skinner at the university of southampton during summer 2011 to undertake collaborative research. This research will be concerned with methods for analys ...

Sustaining on-line resources in research methods

Professor Chris Skinner | Statistics, Methods and Computing | 01 July 2007

The goals of this project are multifaceted and can be summarized as (i) to establish a service to sustain online resources in the field of research methods, (ii) to enable this service to be tested as a prototype for possible similar services in othe ...

Cross validation in small area estimation

Professor Chris Skinner | Statistics, Methods and Computing | 01 July 2006

Small area estimates are in great demand by government as a basis for the allocation of funding at a local level. Estimates at the small area level are also much needed in social science applications, such as poverty mapping. Standard household surve ...

Enhancing the use of information on survey data quality

Professor Chris Skinner | 01 October 2011

The quality of data collected in surveys is subject to a wide range of threats in the modern world, including the public's declining willingness to take part at all. Yet sources of information about this quality are increasing, in particular as a by- ...

Enhancing the use of information on survey data quality

Professor Chris Skinner | Statistics, Methods and Computing | 01 February 2010

The quality of data collected in surveys is subject to a wide range of threats in the modern world, including the public's declining willingness to take part at all. Yet sources of information about this quality are increasing, in particular as a by- ...

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