Estimation in Dual Frame Surveys

Point and interval estimation in dual frame surveys. In contrast to classic sampling theory, where only one sampling frame is considered, dual frame methodology assumes that there are two frames available for sampling and that, overall, they cover the entire target population. Then, two probability samples (one from each frame) are drawn and information collected is suitably combined to get estimators of the parameter of interest.


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0.2.1 by David Molina, 6 years ago

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Authors: Antonio Arcos <[email protected]> , Maria del Mar Rueda <[email protected]> , Maria Giovanna Ranalli <[email protected]> and David Molina <[email protected]>

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

Task views: Official Statistics & Survey Methodology, Official Statistics & Survey Statistics

GPL (>= 2) license

Imports sampling, MASS, nnet

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