Weighting Survey Data

Paul Biemer

About the instructor

Paul Biemer holds a joint appointment with the Odum Institute, University of North Carolina and RTI International, where he is a Distinguished Fellow. He also holds adjunct faculty appointments in the University of Maryland Joint Program for Survey Research and in the University of Michigan Survey Research Center. Biemer has more than 25 years of experience in survey methods and statistics. He specializes in evaluating survey quality and is a leading expert on statistical modeling, analysis, and interpretation of survey results. Biemer has a Ph.D. in statistics from Texas A&M University. His research interests include: Measurement error in surveys; nonsampling error modeling and estimation; general survey methodology and statistical methods. Biemer is the author of the recent book Latent Class Analysis of Survey Error, Wiley 2010, coauthor of Introduction to Survey Quality, Wiley 2003 and coeditor of three monographs, namely Telephone Survey Methodology, Wiley 1988, Measurement Errors in Surveys, Wiley 1991, and Survey Measurement and Process Quality, Wiley 1997.

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Paul Biemer talks about his research in survey methodology and analysis, from 2009.

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