BINOMIAL REGRESSION IN SMALL AREA ESTIMATION METHOD FOR ESTIMATE PROPORTION OF CULTURAL INDICATOR

  • Yudistira Yudistira Directorate General of Culture, Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendikbud), Indonesia
  • Anang Kurnia Department of Statistics, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)
  • Agus Mohamad Soleh Department of Statistics, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)
Keywords: binomial regression, cultural indicator, proportion estimation, small area estimation

Abstract

In sampling survey, it was necessary to have sufficient sample size in order to get accurate direct estimator about parameter, but there are many difficulties to fulfill them in practice. Small Area Estimation (SAE) is one of alternative methods to estimate parameter when sample size is not adequate. This method has been widely applied in such variation of model and many fields of research. Our research mainly focused on study how SAE method with binomial regression model is applied to obtained estimate proportion of cultural indicator, especially to estimate proportion of people who appreciate heritages and museums in each regency/city level in West Java Province. Data analysis approach used in our research with resurrected data and variables in order to be compared with previous research. The result later showed that binomial regression model could be used to estimate proportion of cultural indicator in Regency/City in Indonesia with better result than direct estimation method.

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Published
2018-11-30
Section
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