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HTW Berlin, Campus Treskowallee, Treskowallee 8, 10318 Berlin
Nonresponse Bias Analysis
Duration of the Workshop:
Scientific and non-scientific audience
Is the Workshop Geared at an Exclusively German or an International Audience?
Description of the Concent of the Workshop:
The workshop discusses the emergence and analysis of nonresponse bias. Frequently used indicators of nonresponse bias will be introduced and their usefulness and limitations discussed. In the practical part of the workshop, indicators for nonresponse bias will be calculated. A synthetic dataset will be provided, but participants are welcome to bring their own datasets to conduct nonresponse bias analysis.
Goals of the Workshop:
Participants will be enabled to conduct nonresponse bias analysis.
Necessary Prior Knowledge of Participants:
Participants shall have basic knowledge of R software.
Literature that Participants Need to Read Prior to Participation:
Recommended additional literature:
Survey Methodology, June 2009 Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 101-113 Statistics Canada, Catalogue No. 12-001-X https://doi.org/10.1093/poq/nfn011
Information about the Instructor:
Barbara Felderer is head of team Survey Statistics at GESIS. Her research focuses on nonresponse and nonresponse bias.
Maximum Number of Participants: 20
Will articipants need to bring their own devices in order to be able to access the internet? Will they need to bring anything else to the workshop? Participants need to bring their own devices to be able to work on exercises. A synthetic data set will be provided by the session instructor but participants will ideally bring and work on their own data sets.