After a DAAD-funded three-months research stay at the University of Michigan (USA) Jan Karem Höhne returns to Chair for Data Science.
Investigating the impact of interpretive heuristics on response behavior and data quality by Jan Karem Höhne and Ting Yan
Re-examining interpretive heurstics using eye tracking by Jan Karem Höhne, Timo Lenzner, Cornelia Neuert, and Ting Yan
"Integrating Probability and Nonprobability Samples for Survey Inference" by Arkadiusz Wiśniowski, Joseph W. Sakshaug, Diego Andres Perez Ruiz and Annelies G. Blom
"Standardized Audio and Voice Interviewing (SAVI): Digital Innovations in Survey Data Collection and Analysis", a project co-directed by Prof. Blom and Dr. Höhne has been accepted into the MZES work program.
The Journal of Official Statistics has published a paper on "Supplementing Small Probability Samples with Nonprobability Samples: A Bayesian Approach" by Joseph W. Sakshaug, Arkadiusz Wiśniowski, Diego Andres Perez Ruiz and Annelies G. Blom
JSSAM grants free access to most cited and most read article.
Dr. Jan Karem Höhne to visit the University of Michigan for 3-months research stay.
Prof. Blom gave a Keynote Speech on "Memory Effects in Surveys" at the Workshop on "Measurement Error in Longitudinal Data".
Diego Andres Perez Ruiz wins the 2019 Cochran-Hansen Prize of the International Association for Survey Statisticians
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