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Subject:

Short Course: Imputation for Item Nonresponse 22 March

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"Nyovani Madise" <[log in to unmask]>

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              Centre for Applied Social Surveys (CASS)

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SHORT COURSE: Imputation methods for item nonresponse
                         Presented by Chris Skinner
                           On 22 March 1999
                    at the University of Manchester
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Course Objectives: a) To review different imputation methods used to
handle missing data in surveys;

b) to provide guidance on how to develop an imputation strategy and
how to analyses data in the presence of imputed values.

Course Content :
This course will include the following topics:
Approaches to handling item nonresponse, methods of imputation,
including hot-deck and regression imputation, evaluating imputation
methods, imputation with many variables, analysis of data in the
presence of imputed values, and variance estimation and multiple
imputation.


Target Audience:
The course is aimed at people wishing to improve their general
education in survey methodology and those considering using imputation
with data sets containing missing data and those wishing to analyse
datasets containing missing values.

Course Materials:
Participants will receive copies of the overhead transparencies and a
reading list.

The Instructor:
Chris Skinner is Professor of Social Statistics at the University of
Southampton and Deputy Director of the Centre for Applied Social
Surveys. He has research interests in the design and analysis of
sample surveys and has acted as consultant on the design of surveys in
academic research, government and market research.

Fee:
125 pounds sterling (includes course materials, lunch, morning and
afternoon tea). Because of ESRC support, a number of bursaries are
available which reduce the fee to 35 pounds sterling - applicants must
be UK full-time students, UK academic staff or ESRC-funded
researchers.


For a registration form and further details, contact:
Kathy Hooper
Department of Social Statistics
University of Southampton
Highfield
Southampton
SO17 1BJ
Fax: 01703 593846
Tel: 01703 594547
E-mail: [log in to unmask]

Registration forms and further details may also be downloaded from
http://www.alcd.soton.ac.uk/cass/courses/
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CASS is an ESRC Resource Centre hosted by SCPR and the
University of Southampton, with the University of Surrey
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