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> EXEMPLARS

6.0 Introduction 6.1 Imputation or weighting? 6.2 Types of imputation 6.3 Missing data concepts 6.4 Patterns of non-response 6.5 How to handle complicated missing value patterns 6.6 Software for imputation 6.7 Features and problems with imputation software 7. Analysing subgroups of surveys 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Stratification and subgroups 7.3 The effect of subgroups 7.4 Design effects for subgroups 8. Checking the survey design 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Split PSU's 8.3 Lonely PSU's 9. Finite populations 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Simple random sampling 9.3 FPC in stratified sampling 9.4 FPC in two-stage sampling

>SOFTWARE PACKAGES A: the R project A1 IIntroduction A.2 Web LInks A.3 Costs and Licencing A.4 What kind of package A.5 Methods for Complex Surveys A.6 User written code

B: The SAS system B1 Introduction B2 Using SAS with P|E|A|S exemplars B3 Web LInks B4 Costs and Licencing B5 What kind of package B6 Methods for Complex Surveys B7 User written code B8 Imputation

C: The SPSS system C1 Introduction C2 Web LInks C3 Costs and Licencing C4 What kind of package C5 Methods for Complex Surveys

D: The Stata system D1 Introduction D2 Web links D3 Costs and Licencing D4 What kind of package D5 Methods for Complex surveys D6 Contributed package for survey analysis by replication methods Changes from Version 8 to Version 9

Useful linkslinks and other resources

1. UK survey web links 2. Generalsurvey analysis resources 3. Non UK survey organisations 4. Text books

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