Multistage Sampling Allocation and Sample Selection

Multivariate optimal allocation for different domains in one and two stages stratified sample design. R2BEAT extends the Neyman (1934) – Tschuprow (1923) allocation method to the case of several variables, adopting a generalization of the Bethel’s proposal (1989).R2BEAT develops this methodology but, moreover, it allows to determine the sample allocation in the multivariate and multi-domains case of estimates for two-stage stratified samples. It also allows to perform both Primary Stage Units and Secondary Stage Units selection. This package requires the availability of ReGenesees, that can be installed from < https://github.com/DiegoZardetto/ReGenesees>.


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install.packages("R2BEAT")

1.0.3 by Andrea Fasulo, 4 months ago


https://barcaroli.github.io/R2BEAT/


Report a bug at https://github.com/barcaroli/R2BEAT/issues


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/R2BEAT


Authors: Andrea Fasulo , Giulio Barcaroli , Raffaella Cianchetta , Stefano Falorsi , Alessio Guandalini , Daniela Pagliuca , Marco Dionisio Terribili


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


EUPL license


Depends on plyr, sampling, devtools, SamplingStrata

Suggests ReGenesees


See at CRAN