Multi-stage cluster surveys of households are commonly performed by
governments and programmes to monitor population-level demographic, social,
economic, and health outcomes. Generally, communities are sampled from
subpopulations (strata) in a first stage, and then households are listed and
sampled in a second stage. In this typical two-stage design, sampled communities
are the Primary Sampling Units (PSUs) and households are the Secondary Sampling
Units (SSUs). Census data typically serve as the sample frame from which PSUs
are selected. However, if census data are outdated inaccurate, or too
geographically course, gridded population data (such as
|Author||Dana R. Thomson (University of Southampton), Nick W. Ruktanonchai (University of Southampton), Forrest R. Stevens (University of Louisville), Marcia Castro (Harvard University), Andrew J. Tatem (University of Southampton)|
|Date of publication||2017-04-09 21:01:00 UTC|
|Maintainer||Nick Ruktanonchai <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|License||MIT + file LICENSE|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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