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Survey sample designers use a variety of tools to analyse surveys.

Survey Sampling Topics:

-1. Stratification
- 2. Clustering
- 3. Weighting
- 4. Standard Errors and Design Effects
- 5. Non response adjustments by weighting
- 6. Imputation
- 7. Analysing subgroups of surveys
- 8. How to check data before analysis
- 9. Finite Populations


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