This paper reports on the creation of a partially synthetic Census Bureau data
product called the SIPP Synthetic Beta (SSB). Our purpose is to inform users
of the SSB about how the file was created and to provide an example of the
application of data synthesis methods to those doing research in this area. We
also hope to provide some guidance for other organizations which might be
interested in creating their own synthetic data products.
This document was posted by the U.S. Census Bureau. No known curated archive exists.
The creation of the SIPP Synthetic Beta was funded by the US Census Bureau and SSA, with additional funding from NSF Grants #0427889 and #0339191. Archiving of these documents is funded through NSF grant SES-1042181 and BCS-0941226, and through a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
U.S. Census Bureau
SIPP; synthetic data; U.S. Census Bureau
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Obtained from http://www.census.gov/content/dam/Census/programs-surveys/sipp/methodology/SSBdescribe_nontechnical.pdf