By James H. Bigelow

Describes a style for designing a pattern of Air strength team of workers to take part in a web survey of cultural attitudes. The layout had to reduce the variety of humans requested to take part yet needed to be consultant of a few minorities and to pattern sufficient humans to permit for statistically significant comparisons. Joint samples have been designed for either this survey and a health and wellbeing survey administered through the similar time.

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18) Then we use the design level BCprio to form weighted averages of these two extreme allocations. The results are the minimum responses that we insist each section receive from Cell: ResMin  “A”,Cell  BCprio s BCmax  “A ”,Cell 1 BCprio s Amax  “A”,Cell . 19) ResMin  “BC ”,Cell  BCprio s BCmax  “BC ”,Cell 1 BCprio s Amax  “BC ”,Cell . 20) We note that to allocate the shortfall equally among the three sections, BCprio should be 2/3, not 1/2. For each cell we have two more constraints for the linear program: SRR  “A ” s Sample  “A”,Cell ORR  “BC ” s Overlap  “A”,Cell r ResMin  “A”,Cell .

It does not include people assigned to both CULTURE and HEALTH. Number of people in the cell asked to take both the HEALTH survey and one of the sections of the CULTURE survey. The variables Sample and Overlap are allowed to take on fractional values and therefore cannot literally be numbers of people. 1 Then the ratio of Sample(Assign,Cell ) or Overlap (Assign,Cell ) to the size of Cell is the probability that a given individual in Cell will have the indicated assignment. 1. , lists of individuals—for the CULTURE and HEALTH surveys.

SRR  “HEALTH ” s Pop º Hmax  “HEALTH ”  MIN ¬ ». 7) 24 Using Linear Programming to Design Samples for a Complex Survey «SRR  “Core ” s Pop º ® ® Cmax  “Core ”  MIN ¬ «Wish  “Core ” º» . ®WishFrac s MAX ¬Wish  “A” 2 s Wish  “BC ” » ® ­ ¼¼ ­ «Cmax  “Core ” º ® ® ® ® ® ¨ ¨ORR  “Core ” s Hmax  “HEALTH ” ® · · ® ® ¸ Hmax  “Core ”  MIN ¬ © © ¸ ». 9) . 10) Then we use the design level Hprio to form weighted averages of these two extreme allocations—absolute priority for CULTURE and absolute priority for HEALTH.

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