Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Collecting Objective Measures of Visual and Auditory Function in a National in-Home Survey of Older Adults15
Survey Costs: Where are We and What is the Way Forward?13
Blending Probability and Nonprobability Samples with Applications to a Survey of Military Caregivers13
Design- and Model-Based Approaches to Small-Area Estimation in a Low- and Middle-Income Country Context: Comparisons and Recommendations12
Survey Reliability: Models, Methods, and Findings11
Machine Learning for Occupation Coding—A Comparison Study10
How Does Back Translation Fare Against Team Translation? An Experimental Case Study in the Language Combination English–German9
Nonparametric Mass Imputation for Data Integration9
Using American Community Survey Data to Improve Estimates from Smaller U.S. Surveys Through Bivariate Small Area Estimation Models9
Who Counts? Measuring Disability Cross-Nationally in Census Data9
Boosted Kernel Weighting – Using Statistical Learning to Improve Inference from Nonprobability Samples8
Synthesizing Geocodes to Facilitate Access to Detailed Geographical Information in Large-Scale Administrative Data8
Assessing Response Quality by Using Multivariate Control Charts for Numerical and Categorical Response Quality Indicators7
A Comparative Study of Imputation Methods for Multivariate Ordinal Data7
Measuring Skin Color: Consistency, Comparability, and Meaningfulness of Rating Scale Scores and Handheld Device Readings7
Moving from Face-to-Face to a Web Panel: Impacts on Measurement Quality7
Preferred Reporting Items for Complex Sample Survey Analysis (PRICSSA)7
Using Smartphones to Capture and Combine Self-Reports and Passively Measured Behavior in Social Research7
Split Questionnaire Designs for Online Surveys: The Impact of Module Construction on Imputation Quality6
Multiple Imputation with Massive Data: An Application to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics6
Challenges of Virtual RDS for Recruitment of Sexual Minority Women for a Behavioral Health Study6
The Interviewer Contribution to Variability in Response Times in Face-to-Face Interview Surveys6
Interviewer Effects in Live Video and Prerecorded Video Interviewing6
Predicting Nonresponse in Future Waves of a Probability-Based Mixed-Mode Panel with Machine Learning6
A Comprehensive Overview of Unit-Level Modeling of Survey Data for Small Area Estimation Under Informative Sampling6
Joinpoint Regression Methods of Aggregate Outcomes for Complex Survey Data6
Bayes-Raking: Bayesian Finite Population Inference with Known Margins6
Differential Privacy and Noisy Confidentiality Concepts for European Population Statistics6
Estimating the Size and Distribution of Networked Populations with Snowball Sampling5
Multi-Project Assessments of Sample Quality in Cross-National Surveys: The Role of Weights in Applying External and Internal Measures of Sample Bias5
Using Capture–Recapture Methodology to Enhance Precision of Representative Sampling-Based Case Count Estimates5
Private Tabular Survey Data Products through Synthetic Microdata Generation5
Multivariate Logistic-Assisted Estimators of Totals from Clustered Survey Samples5
Determined by Mode? Representation and Measurement Effects in a Dual-Mode Statewide Survey5
Deriving Priors for Bayesian Prediction of Daily Response Propensity in Responsive Survey Design: Historical Data Analysis Versus Literature Review5
Differences in Proxy-Reported and Self-Reported Disability in the Demographic and Health Surveys5
Mail Communications and Survey Response: A Test of Social Exchange Versus Pre-Suasion Theory for Improving Response Rates and Data Quality5
Data Privacy Concerns as a Source of Resistance to Complete Mobile Data Collection Tasks Via a Smartphone App5
A Model-Assisted Approach for Finding Coding Errors in Manual Coding of Open-Ended Questions4
Building on a Sequential Mixed-Mode Research Design in the Monitoring the Future Study4
Automated Classification for Open-Ended Questions with BERT4
Can Appended Auxiliary Data be Used to Tailor the Offered Response Mode in Cross-Sectional Studies? Evidence from An Address-Based Sample4
Optimizing Data Collection Interventions to Balance Cost and Quality in a Sequential Multimode Survey4
A Dynamic Survival Modeling Approach to the Prediction of Web Survey Breakoff4
Assessing the Quality of Self-Reported Financial Information4
Comparison of Unit-Level Small Area Estimation Modeling Approaches for Survey Data Under Informative Sampling3
Fully Bayesian Estimation Under Dependent and Informative Cluster Sampling3
Reducing Variance with Sample Allocation Based on Expected Response Rates in Stratified Sample Designs3
Correcting Selection Bias in Big Data by Pseudo-Weighting3
An Adaptive Mode Adjustment for Multimode Household Surveys3
Total Error and Variability Measures for the Quarterly Workforce Indicators and LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics in Onthemap3
Handling Missing Values in Surveys With Complex Study Design: A Simulation Study3
Nonparametric Differentially Private Confidence Intervals for the Median3
An Experimental Comparison of Three Strategies for Converting Mail Respondents in a Probability-Based Mixed-Mode Panel to Internet Respondents3
Protecting the Identity of Participants in Qualitative Research3
Viewing Participation in Censuses and Surveys through the Lens of Lifestyle Segments3
On The Robustness Of Respondent-Driven Sampling Estimators To Measurement Error3
An Experimental Evaluation of Two Approaches for Improving Response to Household Screening Efforts in National Mail/Web Surveys3
Risk of Nonresponse Bias and the Length of the Field Period in a Mixed-Mode General Population Panel3
Responsive and Adaptive Survey Design: Use of Bias Propensity During Data Collection to Reduce Nonresponse Bias3
Using Placeholder Text in Narrative Open-Ended Questions in Web Surveys3
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