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Internet Sites Related To Survey Research

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Survey-Related Journals and Publications   
Organizations
International Journal of Public Opinion Research (full text of most recent issue is online; for older issues, article abstracts are available)   American Association for Public Opinion Research
Journal of Official Statistics   American Statistical Association, Survey Research Methods Section
Journal of Statistical Software   Council of American Survey Research Organizations
The Public Perspective (selected articles only)   National Council on Public Polls
Public Opinion Quarterly (index only)   National Network of State Polls
Survey Methodology (policies and rates only)   PEW Research Center for the People and the Press
The Survey Statistician     Survey Research Laboratory, University of Illinois
Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section, American Statistical Association   (through 2002)   U.S. Census Bureau
Survey Ethics   ZUMA   (Centre for Survey Research and Methodology)
American Association for Public Opinion Research
 
Code of Professional Ethics and Practices (1986)    
Best Practices for Survey and Public Opinion Research (1997)  
Survey Data and Questionnaire Archives
Survey Practices AAPOR Condemns (1997)   The Data Archive, University of Essex

  European Public Opinion
Council of American Survey Research Organizations
  General Social Survey
Code of Standards and Ethics for Survey Research (1998)   Institute for Policy Research, University of Cincinnati
National Council on Public Polls
  Institute for Research in the Social Sciences Data Archive, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Statement About Internet Polls   Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Data Archive, University of Michigan Institute for Social Research
Statement on Overnight Polls   Manchester Information and Associated Services
Warning About Push Polls   The Polling Report, "An independent, nonpartisan resource on trends in American public opinion.
Survey Research Methods Section, American Statistical Association
  The Question Bank
Ethical Guidelines for Statistical Practice (1998)   Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut
[This document is availabe in Adobe PDF format] Surveys and Privacy (1998)  
Survey Data E diting
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
Office for Human Research Protections
(formerly Office for Protection from Research Risks)
  K-BASE is a public database on statistical data editing.
45 CFR 46 - Protection of Human Subjects  
Analysis of Survey Data
Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research (The Belmont Report)   Choosing the Correct Analysis for Various Survey Designs - UCLA Academic Technology Services
OPRR Guidance on Approving Research Involving Prisoners   PC CARP "is a software package used to analyze survey data. The program can be used to construct estimates and standard errors for totals, means, quantiles, ratios, the difference of ratios, and the entries in two-way tables. Weighted regression equations can also be estimated. The software is designed for multistage stratified samples, and finitecorrection terms can be introduced at two stages."

 
Survey Research Education Programs   SAS Procedures for Analysis of Sample Survey Data
The Certificate in Public Opinion and Survey Research Program, University of Cincinnati   Software for the Statistical Analysis of Correlated Data (SUDAAN) "is specifically designed to analyze data from complex sample surveys. Multiple design options allow users to analyze data from most of the commonly used stratified, multistage sample designs. Sample members may have been selected with unequal probabilities, and either with or without replacement."
Joint Program in Survey Methodology  
Ph.D. in Political Science with concentration in survey research and public opinion at UConn  
Survey Research and Methodology Master of Science Program, University of Nebraska-Lincoln   Stata, "an integrated statistical package for Windows, Macintosh, and Unix, is designed for research professionals."
Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization in Survey Research, Center for Survey Research, Ohio State University   Summary of Survey Analysis Software
"This page is a summary of available software for the analysis of surveys with complex sample designs. Specifically, it includes software that can do variance estimation with such survey data. It does not attempt coverage of the many excellent packages which do not have the particular features required to analyse such data. Information can be viewed by package or comparatively by topic."

 

  WesVar "is a software package developed at Westat that computes estimates and replicate variance estimates from survey data collected using complex sampling and estimation procedures."

 
Sampling   Focus Groups
Calculating Response Rates - AAPOR's Standard Definitions: Final Dispositions of Case Codes and Outcome Rates for Surveys (2000); AAPOR Outcome Rate Calculator Version 2.0 to automatically calculate Standard Definitions Outcome Rates (2002).   [This document is availabe in Adobe PDF format] What Are Focus Groups? (1998) is a pamphlet describing "how and when focus groups are used, what their results mean, and their advantages and disadvantages."
A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates was published by Rand in 1955. This online version of the book allows visitors to access the complete tables of random digits and normal deviates or view a sample page of each.    
Research Randomizer is a free service which "uses a Javascript random number generator to produce customized sets of random numbers."  
Sample Size for Surveys is one "lecture" part of Supercourse, which "is designed to provide an overview on epidemiology and the Internet for medical and health related students around the world."  
SampleXS "is a sample size calculator for cross-sectional surveys using simple random, systematic, or complex samples."    
Sampling chapter from the Research Methods Knowledge Base, a Web-based textbook that addresses social research methods topics.    
Statistical Power Analysis
 
Health Survey Research Methods
Comprehensive list of power analysis software for microcomputers, Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica   pdficonsmall Seventh Conference on Health Survey Research Methods Proceedings. Was held September 24-27, 1999, in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Power Calculator at UCLA Statistics    
A Review of Statistical Power Analysis Software by L. Thomas and C. J. Krebs    
 
Last updated October 2, 2003.

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