r,map,survey,nearest-neighbor,smoothing

I'm not sure how much of a help I can be with spatial smoothing as it's a task I have little experience with, but I've spent some time making maps in R so I hope what I add below will help with the that part of your question. I've started...

i have written this nine-step tutorial to walk through the process in an attempt to answer my own question. i am not an expert in the field of privacy/confidentiality and would love to hear both feedback about this idea and also other ideas. thanks! http://www.asdfree.com/2014/09/how-to-provide-variance-calculation-on.html...

asp.net-mvc,radio-button,survey,mvc-editor-templates

Your problem is the use of an EditorTemplate for typeof PossibleAnswer. The EditorFor() method is designed to work with collections and add an prefixes and indexers to the property same so that it can be bound to a collection by the DefaultModelBinder on post back. The second issue is that...

You can use the following commands to extract the proportion and the confidence interval from the object prop.ci: # the proportion as.vector(prop.ci) # [1] 0.02185792 # the confidence interval attr(prop.ci, "ci") # 2.5% 97.5% # 0.0006639212 0.1077784084 If you want to access the values of the confidence interval separately, you...

the documentation for svyciprop is found by typing ?svyciprop or by googling svyciprop but the documentation won't cover something as specific as your error. since all R code is available for users to read, you can debug the function that you are using. debug survey:::svyciprop which leads you to survey:::confint.svyglm...

there is an example of how to do this in ?svytotal svytotal( ~interaction( var1 , var2 ) , design ) ...

be a dear and use a reproducible example library(survey) data(api) ## one-stage cluster sample dclus1<-svydesign(id=~dnum, weights=~pw, data=apiclus1, fpc=~fpc) # you subset by all men, i subset by y <- subset( dclus1 , yr.rnd == 'No' ) # you have actv_30 == 1 i have cnum == 1 # and your...

Twilio evangelist here. The easiest solution here would be to assign each survey a different Twilio phone number. This wold let you track the unique From/To phone number pair evn if you are sending multiple surveys to one recipient. Hope that helps....

you need to use svrepdesign not svydesign for replication-backed designs, and you no longer need to specify the id= or strat= parameters, since that information should be contained in the replication weights. the two closest examples to multiply-imputed nhanes on asdfree.com should be https://github.com/ajdamico/usgsd/blob/3ff408b6acc0971129d0435388ff13749d3f5129/Programme%20for%20the%20International%20Assessment%20of%20Adult%20Competencies/download%20import%20and%20design.R#L188 and...