Web Survey Bibliography
Title Paradata. Concepts and applications
Author Jeavons, A.
Access date 25.11.2004
Abstract The web provides researchers with a gold mine. Every click, response, page movement and delay can be logged and used for analysis. The amount of data that can be captured from web surveys is vast and comprehensive. This paper aims to explain the reasons why paradata should be collected and analysed. Paradata is a vital partner to the other sorts of data from surveys, response data and metadata. It provides a valuable tool to both compensate for inadequacies of web surveys and provide an advantage that web surveys have over more traditional surveys.
Access/Direct link Homepage - conference (abstract)
Bibliographic typeConferences, workshops, tutorials, presentations
Year of publication2001
Web Survey Bibliography - Net Effects 4: Worldwide Internet Conference and Exhibition, 2001 (8)
- The quality of online panels. A methodological test; 2001; Hoppe, M., Lamp, R.
- Paradata. Concepts and applications; 2001; Jeavons, A.
- Is the internet the future of market research? The views of FMCG clients in Europe; 2001; Carnot, A., Oxley, M.
- Using web research technology to accelerate innovation; 2001; Pawle, J., Cooper, P.
- Values added from Internet research: research usefulness, methodological innovation and global partnerships...; 2001; Eichman, C., Seggev, E., Mezzasalma, A., Licastro, G.
- The mobile Internet revolution and its implications for research; 2001; Cattell, J.
- Volvo attitude survey over the internet. The use of technology to improve organisational effectiveness...; 2001; Turner, C. F.
- A statisticians view. The importance of sampling in online research; 2001; Wildner, R., Conklin, M.