A new paper in the Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology indicates that the methods researchers use to report on analyses of survey data vary widely, and frequently contain mistakes. Publications containing these incorrect analyses yield results that can misinform policymakers, researchers, and practitioners. The researchers here propose new standards to improve the reporting of analyses using complex sample survey data.
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