Assessing respondent-driven sampling: A simulation study across different networks

@article{Sperandei2018AssessingRS,
  title={Assessing respondent-driven sampling: A simulation study across different networks},
  author={S. Sperandei and L. Bastos and M. Ribeiro-Alves and Francisco I. Bastos},
  journal={Soc. Networks},
  year={2018},
  volume={52},
  pages={48-55}
}
  • S. Sperandei, L. Bastos, +1 author Francisco I. Bastos
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • Soc. Networks
  • The purpose was to assess RDS estimators in populations simulated with diverse connectivity characteristics, incorporating the putative influence of misreported degrees and transmission processes. Four populations were simulated using different random graph models. Each population was “infected” using four different transmission processes. From each combination of population x transmission, one thousand samples were obtained using a RDS-like sampling strategy. Three estimators were used to… CONTINUE READING
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