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Webinar: Practical issues with dual-frame samples

13th Nov 18

Background:

Dual-frame sampling designs arise when units within the population of interest are selected via independent probability samples drawn from two frames.

These two frames make up the population of interest, and they typically overlap.

This webinar outlines practical limitations in using dual-frame samples and how these limitations might be overcome.

Objectives:

  • When is it appropriate to use dual frame samples and what are the upsides/ downsides in doing so.
  • Determining the extent to which dual frames overlap and the implication for our study of interest
  • Identifying all the limitations of dual-frame samples
  • Practical ways of overcoming the limitations of dual-frame samples

Learning Outcomes:

At the completion of this webinar, participants will have an enriched understanding of the benefits and limitations of using dual frame samples. In particular, how to detect problems that could arise from using dual0frame samples and how these problems can be addressed.

Speaker(s):

Phil Hughes, Australia

Dr Phil Hughes is the Regional Director, Sampling and Survey Design for ORC International. He has over 43 years’ experience in the design, conduct and analysis of surveys.

Phil was Director of Sampling at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) where he worked from 1972 to 1990.

Phil worked for Nielsen from 1990 to 2008. In addition to senior management roles in Nielsen, he was the senior global statistician for the Nielsen Customised business where he was responsible for the statistical standards of Nielsen customised surveys.

Phil has extensive statistical training experience, conducting: internal ABS sampling courses; Survey Methods courses at the Australian National University (ANU) and the University of Wollongong; and advanced sampling courses for the Australian Market and Social Research Society (AMSRS).

Phil has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Masters (Statistics) and a Bachelor of Economics all from the ANU. He has a PhD degree in Social Statistics from the University of Southampton. He is Fellow of AMSRS and an Honorary Principal Fellow with the National Institute for Applied Statistics Research Australia (NIASRA) at the University of Wollongong.

Event information:

Event Format: Webinar
Date: Tuesday 13th November, 2018
Location: Your PC
Event Cost :(inc.GST) $88.00 Members
$120.00 Non Members
QPMR Points: 5
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11:30am - 12:30pm SA
11:00am - 12:00pm QLD
10:30am - 11:30am NT
9:00am - 10:00am WA

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Start Time:
12:00 PM

Location:
your PC

Non-member Price:
AU $ 120 (Inc. GST)

Member Price:
AU $ 88.00 (Inc. GST)

Your Price:
AU $ 120.00 (Inc. GST)

Registrations Open:
25th Jun 18 12:00 AM

Registrations Close:
14th Nov 18 5:00 PM

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