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Adjusting for coverage bias using telephone service interruption data

Adjusting for coverage bias using telephone service interruption data

National Household Education Survey of 1993


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Published by U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center, National Center for Education Statistics, [Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., distributor in [Washington, DC] .
Written in English

  • Telephone surveys -- United States -- Random digit dialing,
  • Telephone surveys -- Response rate -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNational Household Education Survey of 1993
    StatementJ. Michael Brick ... [et al.]
    SeriesTechnical report, Technical report (National Center for Education Statistics)
    ContributionsBrick, John Michael, 1952-, Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.), National Center for Education Statistics
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15256572M

    Using his/her general knowledge of coverage to properly analyze, indentify and segregate revenues, costs and expenses to coincide with coverage and facilitate the expeditious preparation of the claim. Please note, a forensic accountant does not provide coverage interpretation, as this is the responsibility of an adjuster and or legal counsel. We compare estimates collected during telephone interviews from households with and without Internet access using data from the Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System in the United States. Statistical models are developed such that the coverage bias is negligible for most of the health outcomes analyzed from the Michigan survey.

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Technical Report: Adjusting for Coverage Bias Using Telephone Service Interruption Data December (NCES ) Ordering information Highlights. The National Household Education Survey (NHES) is a data collection system of the (NCES), which has as its legislative mission the collection and publication of data on the condition of education in the Nation.

Findings indicate that coverage bias associated with households without telephones could be important for some statistics, and data collected on telephone service interruptions can be used to reduce this bias by using a response probability type of : J.

Michael Brick. Title: National Household Education Survey of Adjusting for Coverage Bias Using Telephone Service Interruption Data: Description: The National Household Education Survey (NHES) is a data collection system of the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), which has as its legislative mission the collection and publication of data on the condition of education in the Nation.

Use of Data on Interruption in Telephone Service for Noncoverage Adjustment, Proceedings of the Politz, A., and Simmons, W. An Attempt to Get the "Not-at-Homes" into the Sample. Following the procedure described by Frankel et al. (), we then created a CPS control total margin for: 1) adults in telephone households without an interruption in telephone service, and 2.

Research suggests that households with interrupted telephone service can be used as a proxy for households with no telephone service to help mitigate the inherent frame bias in a random digit-diali. e Brick JM, Keeler S, Bell B, Chandler K.

National Household Education Survey of adjusting for cover age bias using telephone service interruption data: technical report. In book: Advances in Telephone Survey Methodology (pp - ) of not only nonresponse bias Adjusting for coverage bias using telephone service interruption data book also data quality.

and evaluate whether the weighting adjustment for telephone service. Coverage bias that could appear in telephone surveys in Palestine was studied depending on a random sample of households from the survey of Information and Communication Technology In the first post of this series, I discussed different types of bias and particularly the importance of self-selection bias in customer experience data.

In the second post, I offered tips to pre-treat your survey to increase response propensity and identify underlying bias. Today, I will share techniques to adjust your data for this bias in.

Brick JM,Keeter S, Waksberg J, Bell B, Westat Inc. Adjusting for Coverage Bias Using Telephone Service Interruption Data, NCESUS Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics, project otlcer.

across countries, this also enables us to investigate how potential coverage bias, caused by non-Internet households, could influence the results if the data would have been collected using Internet surveys instead of face-to-face interviews.

In other words, this gives us an indication of the coverage bias over time and across countries. In most cases, coverage bias results from the method that we use. Think about it this way: you want your survey to cover (here, meaning to include) as many people as possible.

But low coverage. Implement, after testing and refinement, using interruption of telephone service questions for adjusting for nontelephone household bias (same as a previous technology subgroup recommendation). Develop or acquire a data-dissemination system that allows customized tabulations with coefficients of variation (same as a previous.

The potential for coverage bias in smoking estimates occurs because nearly half ( percent) of the low-income young adults without any type of telephone service were smokers.

For these five health indicators, the potential magnitude of the coverage bias was. "The best example of [bias in data] is the crash in which the models were trained on a dataset," said Shervin Khodabandeh, a partner and managing director of Boston Computing Group (BCG) Los Angeles, a management consulting company.

"Everything looked good, but the datasets changed and the models were not able to pick that up, [so] the. In addition, when the population of interest included all adults, the exclusion of cell phone numbers from random-digit-dial telephone surveys had little practical effect on adjusted estimates of health-related behaviors and health care service use.

After adjustment, we found noncoverage bias greater than 1 percentage point (but less than   When it comes to bias, there is no good type anywhere and noticing the potential bias in the customer services department is quite crucial.

While most people understand what bias is, not a lot of people take their time in addressing it as a major issue that could affect the effectiveness of customer service.

Telephone service is weighted to estimates of telephone coverage for that were projected from the January-June National Health Interview Survey. It also adjusts for party affiliation using an average of the three most recent Pew Research Center general public telephone surveys and for internet use using as a parameter a measure from.

Upload your own data securely or use the sample sales data provided in the trial to explore unbiased data discovery.

It could change your business perspective – forever. About the guest blogger. Swathy Rengarajan is CTP, Data Analytics technician for Watson Analytics, Watson Analytics for Social Media, Planning Analytics and Cognos Analytics.

Inin this journal, we examined nationally representative survey data from and early to determine whether the exclusion of adults without landline telephones biased population-based estimates derived from health-related random-digit-dial telephone surveys.

1 Noncoverage bias is determined both by the magnitude of the difference between persons with and without landline.

health outcome. The direction of bias is away from the null if more cases are considered to be exposed or if more exposed subjects are considered to have the health outcome.

Interviewer bias Interviewer bias is a form of information bias due to: 1. lack of equal probing for exposure history between cases and controls (exposure suspicion bias); or. Der Coverage Bias beschreibt eine potenzielle Verzerrung in den Hochrechnungen. Diese Verzerrung kann entstehen, wenn die per Befragung erreichbare Population nicht der Grundgesamtheit entspricht.

So können in Online-Befragungen zum Beispiel lediglich Internetnutzer befragt werden und in Telefonumfragen lediglich Haushalte mit Telefonanschluss. Three Levels of Bias Interruption By David Anderson Hooker page 1 Normal science, the activity in which most scientists inevitably spend most of their time, is predicated on the assumption that the scienti˜c community knows what the world is like.

Much of the success of the enterprise derives from the community’s willingness to defend that. Brick, J.M, I. Flores Cervantes, K. Wang, and T. Hankins. Evaluation of the Use of Data on Interruptions in Telephone Service. Proceedings of the American Statistical Association Section on Survey Research Methods, pagesBrick, J.M., J.

Waksberg, and S. Keeter. Using Data on Interruptions in Telephone Service as Coverage Adjustments. The lowest average bias 2 belongs to the targeted adjustmentwhich is much smaller than, for example, the weighted phone only bias 2 of The reduction in bias for the targeted weighting adjustment does come with the associated cost of increased variance ( compared to the lowest variance ofassociated with the.

Any organization can experience confirmatory data analysis or confirmation bias come reporting time. Confirmation bias is the tendency to seek out, favor, and interpret data so that it confirms one’s preexisting beliefs or ideas.

As a company leader, you need to be aware of this and work to avoid it. The outage began at noon Monday and lasted roughly 12 hours. Neville Ray, president of technology at T-Mobile, said on Twitter Monday that engineers had been working to resolve a voice and data.

overall effect of this on telephone surveys is not clear (Keeter et al ). Decreased landline ownership, however, will lead to coverage errors that could be removed by including cellular phones in a telephone sample.

Whether this noncoverage will lead to a bias or little or no effects as in nonresponse studies is unknown. It is known that. To examine HIV service interruptions during the COIVD outbreak in South Carolina (SC) and identify geospatial and socioeconomic correlates of such interruptions, we collected qualitative, geospatial, and quantitative data from 27 Ryan White HIV clinics in SC in March, HIV service interruptions were categorized (none, minimal, partial, and complete interruption) and analyzed for.

The coverage bias for the traditional landline telephone surveys is expected to increase over time, whereas a bias decrease is expected for the ‘any-phone’ surveys.

The analysis will cover the period between the yearswhen the question about mobile-phone ownership was included in the Eurobarometer questionnaire for the first time, and. Also from SAGE Publishing. CQ Library American political resources opens in new tab; Data Planet A universe of data opens in new tab; Lean Library Increase the visibility of your library opens in new tab; SAGE Business Cases Real-world cases at your fingertips opens in new tab; SAGE Campus Online skills and methods courses opens in new tab; SAGE Journals World-class research journals opens in.

Most Illumina mRNA datasets show coverage bias, with 3' gene termini, on average, covered higher than 5'-termini, as demonstrated by linear fitting of averaged coverage plots for all genes in a single experiment (see Additional files 2 and 3). On the contrary, in all SOLiD mRNA datasets 5' gene termini are covered higher than 3'-termini.

More reliable data comes from more reliables surveys and makes your project better. 3 Main Types of Survey Bias. There are three main types of survey bias to know: Sampling bias, non-response bias, and response bias. Sampling bias is the bias that comes with only reaching out to a portion of your relevant audience.

The best way to avoid it is. An Operator's Guide to Eliminating Bias in CEM Systems Chapter 7 Control and Data Acquisition) systems. This integrated approach can be useful, since the internal status labeling of data (i.e., for calibration, filter purges, and data errors) can be accomplished with one device.

Media bias is the bias of journalists and news producers within the mass media in the selection of many events and stories that are reported and how they are covered. The term "media bias" implies a pervasive or widespread bias contravening the standards of journalism, rather than the perspective of an individual journalist or direction and degree of media bias in various countries.

The first is the selection of the variables for use in the adjustment. For weighting to eliminate bias, all of the variables that are associated with both response to the survey and to individual questions must be included in the adjustment.

Another important consideration is the data source to which the sample is being compared or matched. A cell site, cell tower, or cellular base station is a cellular-enabled mobile device site where antennas and electronic communications equipment are placed—typically on a radio mast, tower, or other raised structure—to create a cell (or adjacent cells) in a cellular raised structure typically supports antenna [clarification needed] and one or more sets of transmitter/receivers.

Maps. Cellular RSA/MSA Map; Local Exchange Carrier Coverages. Exchange Boundaries; LATA Map; Area Code Map: legal size letter size small JPG image Data. Geography of Local Exchange Carriers: This is a document describing the industry terminology for the geographic features associated with local exchange carriers, or local telephone companies that provide local telephone service over land lines.

This approach allowed us to account for clustering in the data using random effects, to adjust for non-response bias under the missing-at-random assumption by including covariates associated with survey response in the regression model, and to estimate provider-level satisfaction rates that adjust for differences in the both the number and.

ducing coverage bias. Data for this study was taken from the Computer and Internet Use Supplement of October administered by the Current Population Survey.

We evaluate the schemes based on overall accuracy by considering the reduction in bias for ten variables of interest and the vari-ability of estimates from the schemes.Note that mobile phones and unlisted numbers are not in phone books. The senator's office called those numbers until they got a response from all people chosen.

The poll showed that 42% of respondents were very concerned about internet privacy. What is the most concerning source of bias in this scenario?(9) SERVICE ADJUSTMENT: Customer may modify the wireless rates and charges applicable to the Customer’s wireless service, finance a new device through Freedom, Expanded, or activate a new device on an existing line of service (each, a “Service Adjustment”) by executing a new Customer Service Agreement or Service Adjustment Agreement, or.