5 edition of Small-area population estimates found in the catalog.
|Series||Small-area statistics papers., no. 7|
|Contributions||American Statistical Association.|
|LC Classifications||HA37.U55 C64 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 79 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||81017023|
Small area estimation is any of several statistical techniques involving the estimation of parameters for small sub-populations, generally used when the sub-population of interest is included in a larger survey.. The term "small area" in this context generally refers to a small geographical area such as a county. It may also refer to a "small domain", i.e. a particular demographic within an area. Other Area Estimates. Other area estimate resources for area level data, and their limitations. Find helpful information on: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) Model-Assisted Estimates; Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey (TUS-CPS) California Health Interview Study (CHIS).
Small Area Estimates Salt Lake County and Utah County. Accurate estimates of population, households, group quarters populations, and housing units provide an essential factual foundation for a wide range of program, product, service, and investment planning and evaluation. Small Area Population Estimates are produced at data zone level (areas with approximately , household residents). More information on data zone geography can be found on the Scottish Government website.
Small area estimation (SAE) has become a widely used technique in official statistics since the last decade of past century. When the sample size is not enough to provide reliable estimates at a very particular level, the power of models and auxiliary information must be applied with no hesitation. Book Description. Small Area Estimation and Microsimulation Modeling is the first practical handbook that comprehensively presents modern statistical SAE methods in the framework of ultramodern spatial microsimulation modeling while providing the novel approach of creating synthetic spatial microdata.
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Small Area Estimates Program (SAEP) estimates are meant to provide a consistent set of small area population and housing data for statewide applications. SAEP estimates are generated for census areas and other areas of statewide significance.
Demographic Techniques: Small-area Estimates and Projections Population estimates and projections play a critical role in market analysis, facility planning, environmental planning, and the allocation of public and private funds.
Estimates and projections for small areas, in particular, are used extensively in the public and private sectors,File Size: KB. The major part of this paper reproduces a summary of the evidence and conclusions from an extensive study of small area population estimates in Britain.
That study was the precursor of current plans for a UK-wide research project producing small area population estimates, which in. Small Area Estimation. Motivation: Small area estimation is important in light of a continual demand by data users for finer geographic detail of published statistics and for various ional demographic sample surveys designed for national estimates do not provide large enough samples to produce reliable direct estimates for small areas such as counties and even most states.
S.L. Lohr, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 3 Models for Small Area Estimation. In small area estimation, a model is used to estimate the response in subpopulations with few or no sample an example, the US Current Population Survey (CPS) provides accurate statistics about income and poverty for the nation as a whole.
Five innovative methods of establishing the population characteristics of small areas are introduced and evaluated in this book.
Changes in communities can be slow, but recent history has seen huge growth in some areas and depopulation of others. As a result, population estimating has grown up under pressure from legislators and administrators who place a high premium on validity.
The Small Area Estimates for Cancer-Related Measures website provides access to several small area estimation projects conducted by the National Cancer Institute. Model-based methods that combine information from one or two large scale national surveys and multiple related sources have been developed to produce state or county level estimates for a number of measures.
Small-Area Estimation. FINDING THE BOUNDARIES: WHEN DO DIRECT SURVEY ESTIMATES MEET SMALL-AREA NEEDS. This session focused on the topic of producing estimates in situations in which only a small amount of information is available or there are other limitations, such as physical, temporal, or conceptual boundaries that make direct estimation difficult.
National population estimates for Super Output Areas and experimental statistics for health geographies, electoral wards, Parliamentary constituencies, and National Parks in England and Wales.
Population estimates by output areas, electoral, health and other geographies, England and Wales: mid Released: 25 October Specifically, it used model-dependent methods in the s to improve census small-area income estimates for use in developing updated per capita income estimates for governmental jurisdictions (Fay and Herriot, ) and, in part, to develop population estimates for states and counties (see National Research Council, App.
Small Area Population Estimates. There are two broad types of small area population estimates, both of which are included in this release. The main products are the estimates for Super Output Areas (SOAs), which are based on the Census and rolled forward annually using a ratio change methodology.
Small-Area Income and Poverty Estimates Panel on Estimates of Poverty for Small Geographic Area, Committee on National Statistics, National Research Council Recent trends in federal policies for social and economic programs have increased the demand for timely, accurate estimates of income and poverty for states, counties, and even smaller areas.
Small Area Demographic Estimates Frequently Asked Questions Author: OFM Forecasting and Research Division Subject: Small Area Demographic Estimates \(SADE\) Keywords: Washington Population Estimates Age Sex Race Ethnicity Created Date: 1/5/ AM.
Small Area Estimation: An Appraisal M. Ghosh and J. Rao Abstract. Small area estimation is becoming important in survey sam-pling due to a growing demand for reliable small area statistics from both public and private sectors. It is now widely recognized that direct survey estimates for small areas are likely to yield unacceptably large.
Welsh Small Area Estimates of Income Deprivation. Book Research has taken place to identify datasets that could potentially be used within a method to produce small area population estimates.
A Comparative Analysis of Small Area Population Estimation Methods Cartography and Geographic Information Science, Vol. 37, No. 4,pp. 12 Pages Posted: 1 Feb Cited by: 8.
The users of population estimates will also benefit from reading this book.” (Ravi B. Verma, Canadian Studies in population, Vol. 42 (), ) “With the publication of this volume, for the first time a book which is both a comprehensive and rigorous scholarly work as well as a user oriented and pragmatic methodological source has Cited by: Small area population estimates in England and Wales: mid Download datafile 'Small area population estimates in England and Wales: mid', Format: HTML, Dataset: Small area population estimates: HTML 26 October Go to site.
What is a Small Area. Demand for Small Area Statistics 3. Traditional Indirect Estimators 4. Small Area Models 4. Model-Based Estimation 5.
Some Examples 6. Health 6. Agriculture 7. Income for Small Places 8. Poverty Counts 8. Median Income of Four-Person Families 8. Poverty Mapping 8. Demographia uses maps, satellite photographs to estimate continuous urbanization. Demographia also uses small area population data, where available, to match population estimates to urban land area.
National census authority data are presented in Australia, Canada, France, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. Tonga has never had small-area estimates of poverty and in the developing world, poverty estimates have been mainly produced for income-poverty measures using the Elbers et al.
() or World Author: Monica Pratesi.Get this from a library! Small-area population estimates for the City of St. Louis,with a model for updating them. [Peter A Morrison; Rand Corporation.; National Science Foundation (U.S.)].Population post-stratified into subgroups g that cut across small areas i and cell population counts Nigare known.
Reliable direct estimates = Yˆ+g and Nˆ+gof the post-strata totals Y+gand N+gare used to get a post-stratified synthetic estimator of small area total Yi as ˆ g ig (ˆ g / ˆ g) PS Yi =∑ N Y+ N+ Implicit assumption: Yig =Y+gFile Size: 76KB.