nonresponse


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nonresponse

(ˌnɒnrɪˈspɒns)
n
a failure or refusal to respond
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Patients were divided into good treatment response group and nonresponse group.
Survey weights were employed to account for nonresponse and the oversampling of specific groups.
Treatment of Giardiasis after Nonresponse to Nitroimidazole
Nonpharmacological factors found to predict nonresponse on treatment day 3 were cardiovascular disease (odds ratio, 2.
The work performed under this solicitation involves reviewing and assessing the recent administrations of OJJDP~s National Survey of Children~s Exposure to Violence (NatSCEV) and making recommendations on items that will be included in the survey instrument, frame development, sampling plan, modes of data collection, strategies for reducing nonresponse bias, reference periods for trend analysis, and viability of supporting various subgroup estimates.
Student and parent samples are weighted to correct for unequal selection probability and nonresponse.
First, the small number of veterinarians who responded compared with the number of those potentially eligible increases the likelihood of nonresponse bias.
Without routine urine screening, nonadherent patients might receive or undergo unnecessary tests, procedures, or treatments for perceived nonresponse to treatment, added Dr.
While response rate simply refers to the number of people who responded to the survey in comparison to the total number who received it, response quality is typically measured through item nonresponse, or conversely, item completion rates (Barrios et al.
In the case of unit nonresponse, the imputed volumes for the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors are derived through a multi stage procedure:
The TSE model first delineated by Groves [8] focused on sampling, coverage, nonresponse, and measurement errors in surveys.
The first several chapters deal with the basics of collecting reliable data, including how to get a good sample, correct for nonresponse bias, and understand types of potential error.