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To communicate and document certain results from work done primarily by staff of the Center for Statistical Research and Methodology, Center for Survey Methodology, and Center for Disclosure Avoidance, we offer a number of research reports on topics in statistics, computing, and survey methodology.
This series, The Study Series primarily includes papers which report results from the conduct of systematic, critical, intensive investigation directed toward applying known scientific knowledge to a specific problem. The series is subdivided into categories, including: Computing (SSC), Statistics (SSS), and Survey Methodology (SSM).
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