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Issues in Analysis of Complex Sample Survey Data

a Workshop

Tuesday, 11/28/2017, 9:00 am to 11/30/2017, 1:00 pm. .   ARCHIVED EVENT

Location: Modern Languages Bldg, Room 2001A

This CSCAR workshop, held 9 am-1 pm on Nov 28 and Nov 30, will provide participants with an introductory overview of issues frequently encountered when conducting secondary analyses of data collected from sample surveys with complex multi-stage designs (e.g. PSID, NHANES, NHIS, MEPS), including design-based weight determination, software choice, and proper analysis methods.

The workshop is not intended for participants looking to design a survey, but rather for participants who have a desire to analyze complex sample survey data.

Instructor: Brady West
To register, call CSCAR at 734.764.7828.
Fee UM-affiliated: $189; non-UM: $420.

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