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Explores the use of real-time labor-market information and presents interviews conducted with international donor officials to gain their perspectives on its applicability in developing countries.
Presents an innovation ecosystem assessment for the State of Gujarat, India.
Technology options for engaging respondents in self-administered questionnaires and remote interviewing
Serves as a starting point for researchers considering technological options for conducting self-administered questionnaires or remote interviews to reduce costs while continuing to engage respondents without sacrificing quality.
Demonstrates growth-curve plotting techniques using the R package longCatEDA to create our illustrations.
Presents details for designing address-based sampling studies that incorporate the check for housing units missed (CHUM), appropriately incorporating missed units into area probability samples, and training field personnel to implement the CHUM.
As a collection of essays that explore innovations to encourage reduction in homeowner energy use, this volume reflects a confluence of ideas and initiatives rather than a narrow look at what a single, particular line of academic literature...
Proceedings of the 2015 Impression, Pattern, and Trace Evidence Symposium.
Provides a framework for best practices in selecting patient-reported outcomes and addresses major methodological issues related to choosing, administering, and using PROs, particularly in clinical practice settings.
Second edition of Shale Gas that discusses shale oil–related issues, including the consequences of unpreparedness of infrastructure to deliver fluids to market.
Discusses considerations in using big data for a data revolution for sustainable development in developing countries.
Evaluates how one research institute has responded to the challenge of handling engineered nanomaterials in a responsible manner.
Summarizes current evidence and identify gaps in research on urban Indian women’s sanitation-related needs and constraints.
Provides a historical perspective to the continuing evolution of complex survey analysis methods.
Addresses a scenario that uses synthetic genotype case-control data that is influenced by environmental factors in a genome-wide association study (GWAS) context.
Describes an innovative method that applies the well-proven checksum methodology to verify the correctness of the data migration outcome.
Examines the nature and potential causes of inequity in Egypt's education finance and puts forth a way in which funds could be transferred using an equity-based funding formula that “holds harmless” those muderiyat that would lose absolute amounts of money under a more equitable distribution scheme.
Discusses the technologies and methods used in our Android database encryption/ decryption implementation and their potential scalability to broader applications.
Builds upon a literature review and stakeholder interviews in India on urban sanitation to examine the public policy landscape for sanitation innovation in the country.
Discusses a model coupling approach in which models run as separate executable processes and store data in a database for later retrieval by other models.
Explains why inequitable information-sharing patterns persist, why they matter to society, and what, if anything, can be done to address these tendencies.
We review the theory behind the WTADJX procedure incorporated into the 2012 release of SUDAAN 11® and discuss two potential uses.
Incorporating neuroscience principles and techniques (such as fMRI) into research on the prevention of substance misuse and antisocial behavior may spur advances and innovations in this area.
Outlines five criteria that need to be considered when evaluating a data migration tool.
Results of this survey provide insight into individual and household energy consumption behavior, which has implications for future policy and intervention.
Addresses the issues surrounding shale gas in a balanced fashion.