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169 Mon, 7/29/2019, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-103
SPEED:Improving Survey Data Quality with Multiple Data Sources, Administrative Data, and Nonresponse Bias Control — Contributed Speed
Survey Research Methods Section
Chair(s): Karol Krotki, RTI International
Poster Presentations for this session.
10:35 AM Accessing and Exploring NCES Survey and Administrative Data Through Self-Guided Online Training Modules

Andrew A White, National Center for Education Statistics
10:40 AM Hot Deck Imputation Cells for the American Housing Survey

Chrystine Tadler, Insight Policy Research; Richard Griffiths, Insight Policy Research
10:45 AM Calibration Weighting for Nonreporting Agencies in FBI’s National Incident Based Reporting System

Philip Lee, RTI; Dan Liao, RTI International; Marcus Berzofsky, RTI; Alexia Cooper, Bureau of Justice Statistics

Veronica Salinas
10:55 AM Nurse Effects on Nonresponse to Survey-Based Biomeasures
Joseph Sakshaug, Institute for Employment Research / University of Mannheim; Alexandru Cernat, University of Manchester; Tarani Chandola, University of Manchester; James Nazroo, University of Manchester; Natalie Shlomo, University of Manchester
11:00 AM Carry Forward Imputation for Unit Non-Response After a Survey Redesign

Kimberly Ault, RTI International
11:05 AM Effect of Monetary Incentives on Response Rates and Data Quality in a Survey of the U.S. Military

David McGrath, Department of Defense (DOD)
11:10 AM Impact of Spatial Sampling on Survey Development and Analysis

Atisha Amin, Ipsos; Beatrice Abiero, Ipsos
11:15 AM Comparison of Alternative Variance Estimators for Raking in the Presence of Nonresponse

Daifeng Han, Westat; Richard Valliant, University of Maryland and University of Michigan
11:20 AM Proper Variance Estimation When Adjusting for Both Unknown Eligibility and Unit Nonresponse
Dhuly Chowdhury, RTI International; Phil Kott, RTI
11:30 AM Coverage Error in Administrative Data: An Assessment of the National Incident Based Reporting System

Sarah Zimmermann, RTI International; Dan Liao, RTI International; Marcus Berzofsky, RTI; Alexia Cooper, Bureau of Justice Statistics
11:35 AM A Smooth Pseudo-Population Bootstrap Approach in Survey Sampling with Applications to Quantile Estimators
Christian Léger, Université de Montréal; Vanessa McNealis, Université de Montréal
11:45 AM Measures for Identifying Highly Associated Categorical Variables in Survey Data
Natalia Weil, Westat; Ismael Flores Cervantes, Westat
11:50 AM Oversampling Minority Populations in a Dual-Frame Telephone Survey

Alexander Stubblefield, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Sixia Chen, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Julie Stoner, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
11:55 AM Likelihood Based Estimation of Finite Population Mean with Post-Stratification Information Under Nonignorable Nonresponse

Sahar Zangeneh, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Roderick J Little, University of Michigan School of Public Health
12:00 PM Exploring Hybrid Methods for Estimation with Combined Probability and Nonprobability Samples

Qiao Ma, NORC at University of Chicago; Edward Mulrow, NORC at the University of Chicago
12:10 PM An Evaluation of Traditional and Machine Learning Imputation Methods for Sampling Frame Construction for the American Voices Project
Cong Ye
12:15 PM Variance Estimation for Nearest Neighbor Imputed Data
Xiaofei Zhang, Iowa State Univ; Wayne Fuller, Iowa State University