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118 Mon, 7/31/2017, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-322
SPEED: Data Challenge — Contributed Speed
Government Statistics Section , Section on Statistical Computing , Section on Statistical Graphics
Chair(s): Thesia Garner, Bureau of Labor Statistics
The Poster portion will take place during Session 214577
8:35 AM Income and Expenditure in US Households: a Multivariate Analysis of Consumer Expenditure Fmli161 Dataset Mingzhao Hu, University of Wisconsin - Madison
8:40 AM Creation of a Web-Enabled Framework of a Taxonomy of Terms at the Bureau of Labor Statistics Randall Powers, US Bureau of Labor Statistics ; Daniel Gillman, Bureau of Labor Statistics
8:45 AM Consumer Spending and Federal Reserve Gaurav Sharma, The EMMES Corporation ; Bhanu Shandilya, Mixpanel ; Aditi Pradeep Sharma, UMBC
8:50 AM Correlating Alcohol and Tobacco Use with Socio-Economic Status and Human Capital Investment Dooti Roy, University of Connecticut ; Bibaswan Chatterjee, University of Buffalo
8:55 AM Effect of Mode Choice and Respondent Characteristics on Data Quality - Profiling Respondents to BEA's Annual Survey of Foreign Direct Investment in the United States Ricardo Limes, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
9:00 AM An Analysis of Consumer Budgeting and the Great Recession Robert Garrett, Miami University - Oxford, OH ; Thomas Fisher, Miami University ; Ritu Narahari, Miami University
9:05 AM CE-Based Consumer Expenditure Behaviors Study Zhicong Zhao, Mississippi State University ; Fuyuan Li, George Washington University
9:10 AM Rising to the Challenge: Winner from the BU MS in Statistical Practice Program Eric Kolaczyk, Boston University
9:15 AM Public Use vs. Restricted Use: a Case Study Using the American Community Survey Satkartar Kinney, RTI International ; Alan Karr, RTI International
9:20 AM Energy Expenditure Patterns in the United States Joyance Meechai
9:30 AM Interactive Visualization of Consumer Expenditure Public-Use Microdata Nathan James ; Jacquelyn Neal, Vanderbilt University
9:40 AM An Analysis of Selected Income and Expenditure Data by Education Level John Hanes, Regent University ; Edith Britton, Regent University ; Brian Collins, Regent University ; Senovia Cones, Regent University ; Lawrence Cooper, Regent University ; Emily Grad, Regent University ; Ashley Hall, Regent University ; Robin Robertson, Regent University ; Gloria Robinson-Sessoms, Regent University ; Destiny Simms, Regent University
9:45 AM Identification of Potentially Problematic Prescribing to a Vulnerable Population Ryan Jarrett ; Richard Epstein, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago ; Michael Cull, Vanderbilt University ; David Schlueter, Vanderbilt University ; Kathy Gracey, Vanderbilt University ; Molly Butler, Vanderbilt University ; Rameela Chandrasekhar, Vanderbilt University
9:50 AM Jointly Modeling the Patient and Consumer Centeredness of Health Care Spending — Frank Yoon, IBM Watson Health ; Eli Cutler, IBM Watson Health ; Brian Hochrein, IBM Watson Health ; Gary Pickens, IBM Watson Health ; Hal Skinner, IBM Watson Health ; Michael A Head, IBM Watson Health
9:55 AM Tracking Expenditures Michael Jadoo, Bureau of Labor Statistics
10:00 AM Floor Discussion
 
 
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