A reduction factor in goodness-of-fit and independence tests for clustered and weighted observations.

@article{Choi1989ARF,
  title={A reduction factor in goodness-of-fit and independence tests for clustered and weighted observations.},
  author={Jong Woon Choi and R Mchugh},
  journal={Biometrics},
  year={1989},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={979-96}
}
Situations often arise in a large-scale household survey where a complex probability sample of clusters rather than of individuals is drawn from a large population. Typically, the clusters of such complex samples include a number of correlated members. The responses of these members are then weighted to obtain estimates for the population. Such weighted data are commonly published by the National Center for Health Statistics and other U.S. federal agencies. Frequently, problems arise when such… CONTINUE READING