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From   "Thomas W BRUNDAGE" <Thomas.W.Brundage@state.or.us>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: RE: complex standard errors
Date   Fri, 01 Nov 2002 10:18:17 -0800

The following lists some citations that compare bootstrap and linearization.

(This is from the Current Index to Statistics, ver.10)

 1: 1980Communications in Statistics B   9     371- 387 J
 2: The effect of non-normality on estimating the variance of the combined ratio estimate
    in complex surveys
 3: Lemeshow, Stanley;Hosmer, David W.;Hislop, David
 4: Balanced half-sample;Jackknife;Linearization


 1: 1991Annals of Statistics 19    2275-2279 J
 2: A note on the large sample properties of linearization, jackknife and balanced repeated replication 
    methods for stratified samples
 3: Korn, Edward L.;Graubard, Barry I.
 4: Complex survey design

 1: 1999SSCProSrvy        3-   9 P
 2: Variance computation for complex surveys using estimating equations
 3: Hidiroglou, M. A.;Rao, J. N. K.;Yung, W.
 4: [estimating equations];[jackknife linearization];[Taylor linearization];[variance estimation]

 1: 2000Journal American Statistical Association     95449  271- 280 j
 2: Inference from dual frame surveys
 3: Lohr, Sharon L.;Rao, J. N. K.
 4: [Complex surveys];[Jackknife variance estimation];[Linearization variance estimation];
    [Multiple frames];[Resampling methods]

thomas brundage
statistician
Oregon Public Health
Portland OR

> - -----Original Message-----
> From: Patrick Sturgis
> To: Statalist (E-mail)
> Sent: 10/30/02 5:59 AM
> Subject: st: complex standard errors
>
> Can anybody provide me with a cite that compares the efficiency of
> bootstrap
> and Taylor linearization for standard errors under complex survey
> designs
> (clustered, stratified with unequal weights)? In anticipation,
>
> Patrick
>
> Dr Patrick Sturgis
> Department of Sociology
> University of Surrey
> Guildford
> Surrey GU2 7XH
> United Kingdom
> tel: +44 (0)1483 686 973
> fax: +44(0)1483 689551


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