Items where Subject is "3.6.1 Missing data"

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Chandola, Tarani (2018) Does accounting for missing data in social surveys make a difference? [Video] (Unpublished)

Caroline, Vandenplas and Koen, Beullens and Katrijn, Denies and Geert, Loosveldt (2016) Linking interviewer 'speed' with interviewer effect on answer content. In: NCRM Research Methods Festival 2016, 5th - 7th July 2016, University of Bath. (Unpublished)

Carpenter, James (2009) Ad-hoc methods and introduction to multiple imputation. NCRM. (Unpublished)

Carpenter, James (2009) More on multiple imputation. NCRM. (Unpublished)

Carpenter, James (2009) Sensitivity Analysis after Multiple Imputation. NCRM. (Unpublished)

Carpenter, James (2009) Statistical modelling with missing data using multiple imputation. NCRM. (Unpublished)

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Elias, Peter (2016) Data linkage: challenges and opportunities. [Audio]

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Hannemann, Tina and Shlomo, Natalie (2018) Compensating for Non-response in Biosocial Research: Simulation Study from a Cross-sectional Analysis. In: NCRM Research Methods Festival 2018, 3rd - 5th July 2018, University of Bath. (Unpublished)

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Lahtinen, Kaisa and Butt, Sarah (2016) Understanding nonresponse behaviour on the European Social Survey: The role of survey paradata vs. external auxiliary data. In: NCRM Research Methods Festival 2016, 5th - 7th July 2016, University of Bath. (Unpublished)

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Park, Alison (2016) Intro to session. In: NCRM Research Methods Festival 2016, 5th - 7th July 2016, University of Bath. (Unpublished)

Park, Alison (2016) Using CLOSER Discovery to find content across different longitudinal studies. In: NCRM Research Methods Festival 2016, 5th - 7th July 2016, University of Bath. (Unpublished)

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Skeggs, Richard (2018) Artificial data in social science. In: NCRM Research Methods Festival 2018, 3rd - 5th July 2018, University of Bath. (Submitted)

Schnell, Rainer and Torregroza, Sabrina and Noack, Marcel (2016) Differences in General Health of Internet Users and Non-users and Implications for the Use of Web Surveys. In: NCRM Research Methods Festival 2016, 5th - 7th July 2016, University of Bath. (Submitted)

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