Statistical Graphics for Survey Weights

@inproceedings{Makela2014StatisticalGF,
  title={Statistical Graphics for Survey Weights},
  author={Susanna Makela and Yajuan Si and Andrew Gelman},
  year={2014}
}
Survey weights are used for correcting known differences between the sample and the population due to sampling design, nonresponse, undercoverage, and other factors. However, practical considerations often result in weights that are not constructed in a systematic fashion. Graphical methods can be useful in understanding complex survey weights and their relations with other variables in the dataset, particularly when little to no information on the construction of the weights is available… CONTINUE READING

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