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Interviewer Effects on a Network-Size Filter Question

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Sentiments and Perceptions of Business Respondents on Social Media: an Exploratory Analysis

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Using Social Network Information for Survey Estimation

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Random Walks on Directed Networks: Inference and Respondent-Driven Sampling

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Recruiting an Internet Panel Using Respondent-Driven Sampling

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End User Licence to Open Government Data? A Simulated Penetration Attack on Two Social Survey Datasets

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B-Graph Sampling to Estimate the Size of a Hidden Population

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Developing Calibration Weights and Standard-Error Estimates for a Survey of Drug-Related Emergency-Department Visits

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Megatrend and Intervention Impact Analyzer for Jobs: A Visualization Method for Labor Market Intelligence

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Total Survey Error and Respondent Driven Sampling: Focus on Nonresponse and Measurement Errors in the Recruitment Process and the Network Size Reports and Implications for Inferences

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