Weighting survey results

@inproceedings{Sharot2010WeightingSR,
  title={Weighting survey results},
  author={Trevor Sharot},
  year={2010}
}
  • Trevor Sharot
  • Published 2010
Introduction The author's recent involvement on the examination board for the MRS Diploma made him aware of the lack of a single, reasonably comprehensive, introductory explanation of the process of weighting. This paper, which is based on a lecture on weighting delivered by the author at a recent MRS education course, aims to fill that vacuum, It is not in itself an exhaustive treatment, in either breadth or depth, and the references provide more detailed expositions of a number of specific… CONTINUE READING

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