2004 Annual Meeting in Montreal

2004 Annual Meeting in Montreal
 

Benhin, E. (2004) Analysis of Categorical Data from Complex Sample Surveys Using Inverse Sampling

Chen, E., Lindeyer, J. and Laflamme, G. (2004) Issues with High Vacancy Areas and Remote Areas in the Canadian Labour Force Survey Sample Redesign

Chen, S. and Xie, H. (2004) Collection follow-up score function and response bias

Grenier, M. and Brisebois, F. (2004) The Weighting Strategy for Cycle 2.1 of the Canadian Community Health Survey /

Horrocks, J., Yoshihama, M. and Kamano, S. (2004) Estimating Lifetime Risk

Lafortune, Y. and Pantel, M. (2004) Graphical Analysis of Complex Survey Data

Lee, J. and LaBillois, T. (2004) Research on our Data Collection Activities; a Way to Better Understand and Improve Our Work

Pelletier, C. (2004) Importance of a good imputation method for the education questions in the LFS

Pelletier, E. (2004) Modeling and Increase of Use of the Tax Data for the Unified Enterprise Survey

Pierre, F. and Béland, Y. (2004) Person-level Sampling in the Canadian Nutrition Survey

Rao, J.N.K. (2004) Empirical Likelihood Methods for Sample Survey Data: An Overview

Roy, L. and Monette, M. (2004) Census Questionnaire Design for Automated Data Capture

Singh, S. (2004) Repair of Two-phase Calibration Methodology in Survey Sampling

Steele, F., Kallis, C., Goldstein, H. and Joshi, H. (2004) Multilevel Multiprocess Modelling of Partnership Transitions and Childbearing Event Histories

Wang, Z. and Bellhouse, D. (2004) Shift Function Plots for Regression Fitting

You, Y. and Chapman, B. (2004) Hierarchical Bayes Small Area Estimation with Estimated Sampling Variances