October 25, 2005

Plewis's example and Weighting in Regression Model

Plewise's example of whether to use non-response weights or not is very interesting. How it is related to weighting in a regression context? Can we just adopt it? Maybe not. In conditional model context, we know that if response prob. vary with X then the adjusted mean is better than an unadjusted?

We should try to apply Richard approach to Examples of Plewise.
In this examples, research ignored the information about missing-mechanism. That is, he still clings on to the fact that response rate in stratum 1 is 0.9 and in Stratum 2 is 0.7. How about if we stratify the population according to the values of the binary variable of interest?
So the response rate is not for each stratum, but for each possible values of the variable of interest, which is 0 and 1.

This means that we have to stratify each stratum into two substratum and then apply the Rihcard's method. Very interesting to see what will happen if we use this weight instead.

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