Collecting accurate survey data is hard. The World Bank DIME group shares a tool to help you do it better in this on-demand webinar.
High-frequency checks (HFCs) are one of a few key tools you can employ to improve surveys and ensure high-quality data. Creating real-time HFC dashboards can help you perform HFCs for your survey data, and this month’s webinar will walk you through exactly how to create your own.
The World Bank’s Development and Impact Evaluation (DIME) group undergoes research and data collection to reduce extreme poverty. They also produce tools and resources to improve the quality of development research and impact evaluation globally, and they’ve created a high-frequency check dashboard guide to help researchers like you better track and monitor survey data.
In this webinar, you’ll gain the knowledge and tools to implement your own HFC dashboards, including:
- What high-frequency checks (HFCs) are and how they help track and monitor quality data
- Examples of HFC dashboards created by the DIME team for survey projects that collect data with SurveyCTO
- A live demo on how to create your own dashboard
- Tips for further analysis of HFC survey data in R or Stata
About Borui Sun and Erin Kelly, presenting researchers from The World Bank
Borui Sun is a Research Assistant in the DIME group where she provides survey collection and data analysis support for a variety of projects that cover topics in small firm growth, agricultural technology adoption, job search, and gender biases.
Erin Kelley is an Economist in the DIME group and her research work focuses on firm growth, refugee welfare, and technology adoption using randomized field experiments. She has ongoing research projects in Bangladesh, Kenya, and India.
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