Coverage in Household Surveys

Undercoverage ocurs when some households or persons have no changce of selection. For example, people who do not have a phone have no chance to be selected for a phone survey.

Undercoverage can lead to bias in survey data.

My dissertation explored undercoverage in face-to-face household surveys in the US.

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Stephanie Eckman
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I specialize in understanding data quality and the social construction of data.

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We draw upon recent advances in computer vision algorithms and in the availability and resolution of geospatial big data to improve the …

We draw upon recent advances in computer vision algorithms and in the availability and resolution of geospatial big data to improve the …