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Addressing nonresponse for categorical data items using full information maximum likelihood with Latent GOLD 5.0
Compares both FIML for MAR and MNAR nonresponse models for independent and dependent variables and the results; recommends future applications of FIML using Latent GOLD.
Describes strategies to collect/analyze qualitative data efficiently within a team-based mixed methods evaluation study of STEM high-school education.
Describes publicly available data sets and quantitative analysis that local communities can use to evaluate environmental justice concerns associated with pipeline projects.
This paper addresses the functioning and implications of new technologies for respondent engagement, respondent burden, accuracy, and retention.
Describes the construction of a highly detailed dataset of the US electric sector—the Micro-level Economic and Environmental Detail of Electricity.
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.
Describes use of RTI’s CLEANEAST™ environmental assessment tool to enable livestock and poultry farmers to evaluate their operations for environmental challenges and identify practical ways to address those challenges.
Discusses the agile policy analysis methodology the State Health Policy Consortium developed and used to support collaboration between states regarding health information exchanges.
Describes the Local Government Development Framework, a participatory methodology for promoting responsive and effective local governance in the developing world.
Documents some strategies regarding data collection, management, and analysis that can benefit other organizations supporting public health initiatives and investigators designing the strongest possible evaluations using large multi-case design.
Reviews four commonly referenced business environment rankings and identify their respective strengths and weaknesses.
Describes the infrastructure and processes used to develop the content and features of the PhenX Toolkit.
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.
Presents the results of a simulation study that evaluates the design effects associated with subsampling household members on personal victimization rates based on the 2008 National Crime Victimization Survey.
An integrative, multilevel, and transdisciplinary research approach to challenges of work, family, and health
Presents a high-level description of an NIH/CDC Work, Family & Health Network (WFHN) study’s design and methods
Describes a novel method to develop a synthetic dataset to replicate the distribution of poultry farms and the type/number of birds raised on them.
Discusses three established software engineering practices—the iterative software development process, object-oriented methodology, and unified modeling language—and the applicability of these practices to computational model development.
Reviews methods to synthesize data on group quarters residents to match US Census Bureau data.
Describes recruitment and retention strategies for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Detroit Exposure and Aerosol Research Study (DEARS), a complex 3-year personal exposure study.
Agent-based disease models simulate epidemics by assigning transmission probabilities based on family, workplace, school, and public transportation.
Dietary exposure to disinfection by-products must be considered when defining the acceptable quantities of disinfection by-products, at least for haloacetic acids, in tap water.
Describes a model that helps allocate resources to help save water, increase utility revenues, expand coverage, and reduce health and economic impacts.
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 important area.
Describes formative research and development of a stated preference survey on parents' preferences regarding voluntary newborn screening.