Model-Based Inference for Self-Administered Computer Surveys

Model-Based Inference for Self-Administered Computer Surveys

Objectives of Talk

On-line Network Surveys: A Taxonomy

Private Net/Public Display

Wide-Area Network

Model-Based Inference for Self-Administered Computer Surveys

Random versus Model-Based Approaches

Probability Sampling with Modeling

Simple Example of

Distribution of Sample Means

Bayesian Mixture Model

Non-respondentís mean may be above or below respondentís mean

Predictive Distribution

95% Bayesian Probability Interval

In the Original Rubin (1977) Model the Parameter,

Relation to Rubin (1977)

Self-Administered Computer Interviewing

Example Application

Need Estimate of

Probability of Prior Use

Miles Per Gallon

Years of Age

Monthly ATM Use

On-line Network Surveys: A Taxonomy

General Conclusions for

Nonresponse with Unknown N

In Review