Department Affiliation: Statistical, Survey and Computing
Sciences, RTI International
Research Interests: Measurement error in surveys; nonsampling
error modeling and estimation; general survey methodology and
Curriculum Vitae (PDF)
PhD Year and University: Texas A&M University, 1978, Statistics
Biemer, P. and Lyberg, L. (2003).
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Biemer, P. and Wiesen. (2002). "Latent Class
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National Household Survey on Drug Abuse," Journal of the Royal
Statistical Society, Series A, Vol. 165, No.1.
Biemer, P. and Bushery, J. (2001) "Application of
Markov Latent Class Analysis to the CPS," Survey Methodology, Vol. 26,
No. 2, pp. 136-152
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