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SURV720

Total Survey Error and Data Quality I

Prerequisite: SURV625. Restriction: Permission of instructor. Credit only granted for: (SURV720 and SURV721) or SURV723. Formerly: SURV723. Total error structure of sample survey data, reviewing current research findings on the magnitudes of different error sources, design features that affect their magnitudes, and interrelationships among the errors. Coverage, nonresponse, sampling, measurement, and postsurvey processing errors. For each error source reviewed, social science theories about its causes and statistical models estimating the error source are described. Empirical studies from the survey methodological literature are reviewed to illustrate the relative magnitudes of error in different designs. Emphasis on aspects of the survey design necessary to estimate different error sources. Relationships to show how attempts to control one error source may increase another source. Attempts to model total survey error will be presented. It runs concurrently with the University of Michigan course.

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Average GPA: 3.67 between 83 students

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