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An instrument used to collect a sample from a population. Surveying often refers to sampling of human populations and is primarily done by administering questionnaires or interviewing individuals.

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How to determine correct correlation structure for GEE model?

I want to use Generalized Estimating Equations (GEE) to model longitudinal survey data. Participants' responses were recorded at two separate treatment sites at three timepoints, but the exact days ...
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What are the best books about human rating and feedback systems?

I'm studying evaluation data collection and rating evaluation of LLM models using platforms of human raters like Surge or Scale AI. I'm also studying how we can use survey methods of users of LLMs to ...
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Is prescreening not detrimental for paid surveys?

Survey sites like Swagbucks have often a prescreening mode in which one is asked questions like your annual income, whether you own car or not. It is observed that most of the time if one selects ...
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How to analyze this data in R, where there is no clear distinction of the response variable and the predictor variable? [closed]

Is there a statistician out there who knows how to analyze psychology surveys? Due to the way my response variable is structured in my data frame, I'm struggling to analyze it in R. Please, I ...
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Calculate model with two sets of survey weights for the same population

I am working with a double set of survey weights for the same population X. The survey is probabilistic, stratified, multi-staged. Respondents have to answer two sets of questions: questionnaire A and ...
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confirmation using the right tests

Users were asked to pick the AGE GROUP, GENDER and EDUCATIONAL LEVEL each from 3 provided options. I want to check the connection between each of these variables and answers to the question where user ...
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Removing subjects before creating the survey design object

I have a question regarding the example in this page https://asdfree.com/national-health-and-nutrition-examination-survey-nhanes.html I noticed that the author has subsetted the data before creating ...
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Likert scale and sample size

I want to study the satisfaction of a mother receiving paper or website information. I will have at least 5 questions, with Likert scale (5 points) each time. For the sample size: Should I calculate ...
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Minimum Survey Respondents for Hypotheses I want to answer

I am an eager statistics noob, so apologies on the basic questions. I am looking to send out a survey to a population that is large (people with diabetes who take insulin in the US) (~ 8.4 million) ...
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Can you build up statistical validity with multiple month's worth of the same survey questions?

The company I work for conduct consulting where we analyse company survey responses for statistical validity against the general company population. To prevent survey fatigue, the company sends out ...
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Sample size for survey

My interest is to perform a statistically significant survey on a population of 1700 people, that can be described in different categories, so each person belongs to only one category. I have two ...
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Multi-level Model and Multi-level Data

I have a question about multi-level models with multi-level survey data. I am working with survey data that has a two-stage sampling design with primary sampling units defined as schools randomly ...
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What is the R Equivalent of this Stata Survey Weighting Code?

I am working with the SIPP data set and they use replicate weights. They offer advice here for what code you should use in Stata or SAS for applying their replicate weights correctly. Specifically ...
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Power Analysis for Multiple Treatments per Respondent in Survey Experiment

I am running a vignette survey experiment with 6 total treatment options (5 treatments, 1 control), where each respondent randomly receives 2 of the treatment options and answers the same set of ...
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Which Analysis to Use for 2 Likert Scale Questionnaire Groups With Multiple Responses

I have a data set that I acquired through running a questionnaire. The questionnaire consisted of participants having to rate 80 different phrases using a 5-point Likert scale; ranging from Strongly ...
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Whether to specify ddf in confint.svyglm()

I have a main question about whether to specify ddf in confint.svyglm(). Using the two specifications below generate slightly ...
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Weighing Data Issue

I am looking at e-cig prevalence within a city. I used surveys to collect data from residents, and I have a query around weighing data. I have made the assumption, due to over and underrepresentation ...
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Within subject experiments done by (some) Psychologists

Thanks in advance for any responses or resources you can link me to. I've had more of an Econ/Stats training and recently I've been working with some people who have a Psych background at work. They ...
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Predicting current area-level counts from repeated cross sectional presence/absence surveys

Problem statement I’m trying to predict the “current” distribution of wood-burning fireplaces at ZIP code level across 9 California counties based on 15 years of surveys with presence/absence data on ...
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Association between individual treatment & covariates and aggregated survey outcome (per 1 covariate only)

I would like to assess whether employees who perform training (Treatment T) have a better perception of growth opportunities (Outcome Y) in a company given covariates X such as: Gender, Age range Sub ...
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Hypothesis testing on total surveys

How should one think about hypothesis-testing ratio scale variables that do not have a distribution resembling a normal/t-distribution, when the data comes from a total survey? Some background: I have ...
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PCA with correlated variables

I'm analyzing data from around 10 survey questions focused on regulatory issues. I've noticed these questions are highly correlated (of course since they are all about regulation), and I'm concerned ...
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Standardizing variables from complex surveys

I have several continuous variables from a survey that I want to analyze. I will use survey weights for regression. But I want to standardize those variables first. Should I use the weighted means ...
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Does survey R package allow me to do beta regression?

I have a complex survey dataset with a response (dependent variable) bounded between 0 and 1, where I have applied multiple imputation to the dataset to account for missing data. The response formally ...
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Specifying panel data as survey object

I have a panel dataset of household characteristics (income, expenditure, asset ownership etc.) collected in different waves (30 waves in total). The survey data is stratified, with primary sampling ...
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Difference in margin of error for boostrap and parametric approaches in survey

I'd like to know if using a bootstrap-derived margin-of-error for a simple survey is appropriate. I'm worried that the estimate is too small. I've pasted the code below for both approaches for context....
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Checking covariate balance in survey response

In survey adjustment for nonresponse, a model-based approach can model response propensity on a variable where each observation is a respondent or nonrespondent from the full sample. An approach to ...
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Identifying an outlier nominal group different than the norm, based on an ordinal dependent variable

As part of my graduate thesis, I've measured the satisfaction levels of a couple hundred respondents across 7 districts of a city about a local public service, using a 4-point ordinal Likert scale (...
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Use calibration weights to correct for unit non-response bias?

I have a question about how calibration weights can be used to sufficiently correct for unit non-response bias. Suppose the sample is s and the response set is r. Calibration is applied to the ...
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How to create a composite variable from survey data?

I'm working with survey data, which I've never done before (from the SHARE database). What I basically want to do is create a composite variable for cognitive function, mental health and maybe some ...
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Does this linear panel regression make sense to examine the effect of an event?

I am using survey panel data and a linear fixed effects model with an event dummy variable to examine the effect of Biden visiting Ukraine on the concern of the US citizens about US getting more ...
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Compare 2 systems using pairwise preferences

I have systems A and B. I sample N inputs $X_i (0 \leq i<N)$ and run them through each system, getting outputs $A_i$ and $B_i$ for every $i$. I also have a random vector $Flips_i \backsim Bernoulli(...
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Appropriate method for seeing how similar two items on a survey are?

I have a survey and we want to look at a pair of questions we think are very similar and possibly asking the same thing. If they are we'd like to reduce the two questions to one question. Both ...
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Model Significance for Svy logistic regression

I am working on the survey logistic regression. More than ten predictor variables are identified based on a P-value of < 0.25 on bivariate analysis. However, when I try multivariate analysis the ...
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How do I use something like predict.glm (in R) with a svyglm model and why don't my predictions match my data?

I'd like to estimate "cost" using some covariates with a weighted gamma model using svyglm. The weights sum to 1, and there are about 10,000 rows in the dataframe df total, with columns ...
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Double poststratification in a two-stage cluster design

Say we have a country divided in 100 municipalities. Within each municipality, the population can be categorised into 10-year age groups and the population size of each group is known. A two-stage ...
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Age-standardized survey results with complex sampling in SPSS

Apologies if I am missing something obvious with this question, but I have dug around online a fair bit and can't quite seem to find the answer I am looking for. At my organization we have health ...
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How to run fixed-effects model on survey data in R?

I have two periods of panel data and I am trying to see if coefficients change over time. I would like to control for individual-level heterogeneity, but not sure how to do it with a complex design ...
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Practical example of a survey statistical research [closed]

A juice distributor delivering boxes of 8 bottles knows the probability (p=0.02) that a bottle will break during transport. If 4000 trunks are transported, the number of trunks in which two or more ...
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What weight to use for using NAMCS and NHAMCS together?

I am interested in analyzing the total prescription of aspirin in NAMCS and NHAMCS (https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/ahcd/index.htm) during a given year for all visits. NAMCS and NHAMCS each had a weight and ...
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How do I calculate the statistical power of my survey results? It is an exploratory survey with no measurements

I need to prove that my survey results or sample size is statistically significant. I did a 2 sample T test in R, where my supervisor said that "what is the statistical power of your results is ...
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How should I combine “typical” and “yesterday” self-reports?

I have inherited a long-running survey with two measures of individual behavior. Edits: clarifying that this is not about drinking behavior; it’s not, and I only used that to try and illustrate. It ...
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Reliability of online surveys

I'm trying to get an idea about reliability of online surveys: I found some indication that "internet-based surveys produce data that is at least as reliable, valid, and of equal quality as data ...
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Hypothesis testing of categorical variable

I have extracted data from a questionnaire about factors influencing employability of young graduates. The questionnaire was answered by students in my class, so I extracted their age, major, and ...
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How can I best visualize & compare this data? Should I create weighted composite variables for a scatter plot?

I have data from a survey which was asked people 1) how often they used a particular tool (daily, weekly, monthly, annually, etc) and 2) many hours they usually spent using it (0 - 4 hrs, 5 - 9, 10 - ...
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Validation Checklist Passing Score

I have a mixed-method thesis ongoing. I'm currently on the validation stage of my survey and interview questions. I have adopted a validation checklist from the internet composing of 15 items with a 4-...
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Help selecting an interpretable model to measure the impact of customer journey touchpoints on satisfaction

Context I'm working on a project where I need to undestand the impact of customer journey touchpoints on satisfaction. My goal is to create an interpretable model rather than a purely predictive one, ...
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Cronbach alpha for non-Likert & Likert survey

I have a thesis ongoing and I have a survey that needs for reliability testing. I was advised to do a Cronbach's alpha test. My survey consists of two parts: Part 1: All questions have varying number ...
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R survey package: compare weighted prevalence with literature result

I have a large dataset (>3000 cases) with results of serological tests. Based on these results i want to calculate the weighted prevalence of the disease. The data is categorical (0 = disease ...
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Given a multiple-choice survey, test the hypothesis that choice i is more common in the population than choice j

I have a survey with m possible choices, only one answer allowed for respondent. Let $n$ be the sample size, and $\tilde{p}_k=\frac{n_k}{n}$, $k=1,\dots m$, the observed frequencies for each choice. ...
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