- Volume 11 Issue 1
Kim et al. (2002) developed public use SAS-based software for two-way stratification design, which is called SOCSLP We describe the details of a new approach implemented using SOCSLP and key differences between the approach and the sampling schemes of Sitter and Skinner (1994) and Winkler (2001). In addition, a numerical example is given to compare those methods with respect to the probabilities of selecting sample arrays.
- The Journal of the American Statistical Association v.55 Design and estimation in two-way stratification Bryant,E.C.;Hartley,H.O.;Jessen,R.J. https://doi.org/10.2307/2282182
- The Journal of the American Statistical Association v.80 Application of transportation theory to statistical problems Causey,B.D.;Cox,L.H.;Ernst,L.R. https://doi.org/10.2307/2288551
- The Journal of the American Statistical Association v.45 Controlled selection - a technique in probability sampling Goodman,R.;Kish,L. https://doi.org/10.2307/2280293
- Probability Sampling of Hospitals and Patients(2nd ed.) Hess,I.;Ridel,D.C.;Fitzpatrick,T.B.
- The Journal of the American Statistical Association v.65 Probability sampling with marginal constraints Jessen,R.J. https://doi.org/10.2307/2284587
- Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section Kim,Sun-Woong;Heeringa,S.G.;Solenberger P.W.
- User's guide: mathematical programming, Version 8. SAS/OR
- Survey Methodology v.20 no.1 Multi-way stratification by linear programming Sitter,R.R.;Skinner,C.J.
- Biometrika v.77 Optimal controlled sampling design Rao,J.N.K;Nigam,A.K. https://doi.org/10.1093/biomet/77.4.807
- International Statistical Review v.60 Optimal controlled sampling: a unified approach Rao,J.N.K.;Nigam,A.K. https://doi.org/10.2307/1403503
- U.S. Bureau of the Census, Statistical Division Report RRS2001/01 Multi-way survey stratification and sampling Winkler,E.W.