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NSECE webinar: Levels of geography in the NSECE [PowerPoint]

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): Datta, A. Rupa; Gelatt, Julia; Sandstrom, Heather;
Date Issued: 22 February, 2018
Description: The NSECE data files include extensive geographic data about sampled providers and households, the communities in which those providers and households are located, and other characteristics such as distances. The goal of this webinar is to support current and potential users of the NSECE data. It covered: -- what geographic information NSECE has available in different files (e.g. public and restricted-use files) -- possible uses of geographic data to support different types of analyses -- illustrations of sample sizes for state-specific analyses and other levels of geography -- how reporting requirements minimize disclosure risk (i.e. analysis can be conducted at the state level, but only reported at the national level) -- what other resources are available for users interested in using geographic information in the NSECE. (author abstract)

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