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CC = Colorado Convention Center   H = Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
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311 Tue, 7/30/2019, 9:25 AM - 10:10 AM CC-Hall C
SPEED: Environment and Health, Governmental Policies and Population Surveys, Part 2 — Contributed Poster Presentations
Government Statistics Section, Section on Bayesian Statistical Science, Health Policy Statistics Section, Lifetime Data Science Section, Text Analysis Interest Group
Chair(s): Wendy Meiring, University of California At Santa Barbara
Oral Presentations for this session.
21: Optimal Sampling Regimes for Estimating Population Dynamics
Rebecca Bergee
22: Application of Stochastic Search Variable Selection to Modeling Evacuation Ahead of Hurricane Irma
Sierra Bainter, University of Miami; Caitlin Brown, University of Miami; Kiara Timpano, University of Miami
23: Bayesian Finite Population Estimates from a Two-Stage Sample with Spatial Correlation
Alec M Chan-Golston, University of California, Los Angeles; Sudipto Banerjee, UCLA; Mark Handcock, University of California, Los Angles
24: Transitions Between Homelessness States(Safe Haven, Temporary Housing , Emergency Shelter and Unsheltered) Before and After Operation Rio Grande in the Salt Lake Metropolitan Area
Prem Narayanan, Salt Lake County
25: Assessing to the Impact of Differential Response Rates Across National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) Locations
Te-Ching Chen, CDC/NCHS; Jennifer Parker, CDC/NCHS/OAE/SPB; Tala Fakhouri, CDC/NCHS
26: A New Methodology for Frame Building and Sample Design for the State Heating Oil and Propane Program (SHOPP)
Edgardo Cureg, U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA); Marcela Bradbury, U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)
27: Report on Industry Births and Deaths in PPI Frames
Andy Sadler, Bureau of Labor Statistics
28: Determining the Distance Between Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean Regarding Their Fulfillment of the SDGs in 2017
Andres Esteban Arguedas Leiva, University of Costa Rica
29: Providing Access to the Federal Information Base for Evidence Based Policy Making
Marilyn Seastrom, US Department of Education; Jennifer Nielsen, National Center for Education Statistics/IES/Dept of Education
30: Imputation as a Practical Alternative to Data Swapping
Saki Kinney, RTI International; David Wilson, RTI International; Alan Karr, RTI International; Kelly Kang, NSF
31: Using Efficient Sampling Methods for Fixed-Margin Matrices to Assess Judicial Innovation
Alex Fout
32: Examining Public Comments for Financial and Net Neutrality Regulations
Shawn Mankad, Cornell University; Abhinav Gaiha, Cornell University
33: Using Supervised Machine Learning to Classify Customer Input
Adrianna Steers-Smith, USDA/FSIS
34: Weighting Adjustments Can Help with Low Response Rates, but at What Cost to Data Quality?
Chrishelle Lawrence, U.S. Energy Information Administration
35: Annualizing Energy Consumption in Residential Households in the 2015 RECS
Jay Olsen, U.S. Department of Energy
36: Methodology for Allocating Municipal Solid Waste to Biogenic and Non-Biogenic Energy
Joy Liu, US Department of Energy
37: On the Small Count Inflated Poisson Distribution
Michael Floren, Misericordia Univerisity; Trent L Lalonde, University of Northern Colorado
38: Conditional Survival Methods for Evaluating the Effect of a Time-Dependent Treatment on the Survival Function
Danting Zhu; Douglas Schaubel, University of Michigan
39: Hyper Prior Dirichlet Partial Multinomial Logistic Regression Through Multiple Binary Responses for Mozambique HIV/AIDS
Diana Gonzalez, Arizona State University; Di Fang, University of Arkansas