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close this bookMultiple frame agricultural surveys. v. 1: Current surveys based on area and list sampling methods. (FAO Statistical Development Series - 7) (1996)
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View the documentFOREWORD
View the documentINTRODUCTION
close this folderPART I. CURRENT AGRICULTURAL SURVEYS
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close this folderCHAPTER 1 - CURRENT AGRICULTURAL SURVEY OBJECTIVES
View the document1.1 Existing Knowledge and Available Agricultural Data
close this folder1.2 Survey Objectives and Survey Variables
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View the document1.2.1 Agricultural Holdings, Holders and Respondents
View the document1.2.2 Survey Area and Reporting Units of Survey Variables
View the document1.2.3 Basic Types of Agricultural Surveys
View the document1.2.4 Sample Design and Survey Design of Probability Sample Surveys
close this folderCHAPTER 2 - ALTERNATIVE CURRENT AGRICULTURAL SURVEY DESIGNS
View the document2.1 Sampling Frames for Agricultural Probability Sample Surveys
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close this folder2.3 Area Frame Sample Surveys
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View the document2.3.1 Area Sample Designs with Segments that have Identifiable Permanent Physical Boundaries (Type I)
View the document2.3.2 Area Sample Designs with Square Segments (Type II)
View the document2.3.3 Area Sample Designs with Segments that coincide with the Land of Agricultural Holdings (Type III)- Point Sampling of Holdings
View the document2.3.4 Development of Area Sampling Designs and Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
View the document2.4 Multiple Frame Sample Surveys
View the document2.5 Comparison of Alternative Agricultural Survey Designs
close this folderPART II: AREA SAMPLE DESIGNS WITH SEGMENTS THAT HAVE IDENTIFIABLE PHYSICAL BOUNDARIES
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close this folderCHAPTER 3 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SURVEY DESIGN
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View the document3.1 Overview of the Area Sample Survey Design
close this folder3.2 Criteria for Area Frame Construction and Determination of the Main Parameters of the Survey Design
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View the document3.2.1 Frame Boundaries
View the document3.2.2 Land-Use Strata Definitions
View the document3.2.3 Strata Boundaries and Minimum Block Size
View the document3.2.4 Target Segment Size in Each Strata
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View the document3.2.6 Subdivision of Strata into PSUs. Size of PSUs, Strata and Total Frame Size
View the document3.2.7 Ordering of PSUs within Strata
View the document3.2.8 Replicated Sampling Selection Methods
View the document3.2.9 Special Sampling Frames
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close this folderCHAPTER 4 - ESTIMATION METHODS
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View the document4.1 Methods to Associate Segments with Reporting Units (Holdings or Tracts) to Define the Survey Variables
close this folder4.2 Direct Expansion Area Sample Estimators
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View the document4.2.1 Closed Segment Estimator
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View the document4.3 Variances for the Direct Area Sample Estimators
close this folder4.4 Ratio Area Sample Estimators and their Variances
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View the document4.4.1 Within Survey Ratios
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close this folderCHAPTER 5 - RESOURCES REQUIRED
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close this folder5.1 Cartographic Materials: Maps, Satellite Images and Aerial Photos
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View the document5.1.2 Satellite Images
View the document5.1.3 Aerial Photography
View the document5.2 Personnel
View the document5.3 Area Measurement and Scale-Transfer Instruments
View the document5.4 Computers and Vehicles
View the document5.5 Miscellaneous Equipment and Supplies
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close this folderCHAPTER 6 - CONSTRUCTION OF THE AREA SAMPLING FRAME: LAND-USE STRATA AND PSUs
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View the document6.1 General Procedure for Area Frame Construction with Full Cartographic Materials
View the document6.2 Area Frame Construction with Maps and Aerial Photography. Construction of a Photo-Mosaic
View the document6.3 Area Frame Construction with Maps Alone
View the document6.4 Area Frame Construction with Aerial Photography Alone
View the document6.5 Use of Satellite Images and Satellite Photos
close this folderCHAPTER 7 - SELECTION OF A REPLICATED SAMPLE OF SEGMENTS
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View the document7.1 First Step: Selection of PSUs with Probability Proportional to Size Measures (PPS)
View the document7.2 Second Step: Selection of a Segment within a Selected PSU, with Equal Probability (EPSEM)
close this folder7.3 Segment Photo Enlargements or Scale Drawings to Assist Data Collection
View the document7.3.1 Determining the Scale and Securing Segment Photo Enlargements or Scale Drawings
View the document7.3.2 Review of Segment Enlargements
View the document7.4 Point Sampling Selection for Strata with Scarce Physical Boundaries
close this folderCHAPTER 8 - THE FIELD DATA COLLECTION
close this folder8.1 Preparing for Data Collection
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close this folder8.3 Enumeration Procedure
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View the document8.3.1 Data Collection for the Tract as Reporting Unit (closed segment estimators)
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close this folderCHAPTER 9 - DATA PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS OF SURVEY RESULTS
View the document9.1 Questionnaire Flow and Review (Editing)
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close this folder9.3 Summary of Results. Data Analysis
View the document9.3.1 Preliminary Tabulations
View the document9.3.2 Estimates and their Coefficient of Variation
View the document9.3.3 Treatment of Outliers in the Summary Calculations
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close this folderPART III: THE MULTIPLE FRAME SURVEY DESIGN
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close this folderCHAPTER 10 - MULTIPLE FRAME ESTIMATORS AND THE LIST OF SPECIAL HOLDINGS
View the document10.1 Multiple Frame Estimators
View the document10.2 Construction of the Complementary List of Special Holdings
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View the document10.4 Examples of Multiple Frame Estimators and their Variances
close this folderCHAPTER 11 - SPECIAL TOPICS
View the document11.1 Use of the Agricultural Census
View the document11.2 Use of the Population and Housing Census
View the document11.3 Classification Methods of Digital Satellite Data for Improving Area Sample Estimates of Selected Planted Crop Areas
View the document11.4 Objective Yield Surveys
View the document11.5 Some concluding views for the planning and implementation of multiple frame current agricultural surveys in developing countries
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