Network driven sampling; a critical threshold for design effects

20 May 2015 Karl Rohe

Web crawling, snowball sampling, and respondent-driven sampling (RDS) are three types of network sampling techniques used to contact individuals in hard-to-reach populations. This paper studies these procedures as a Markov process on the social network that is indexed by a tree... (read more)

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