individual level data

individual level data

information collected from individuals by any form of research methodology, for example, INTERVIEWS, observational studies, QUESTIONNAIRES. Individual level data may subsequently be aggregated together into groups, e.g. households, school classes or social classes.
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The study examined individual level data from 190,672 in-person examinations across 10 large prospective cohorts with an aggregate of 3.
Significantly, however, these reviews extracted and combined risk estimates from previous studies in a meta-analysis; they did not analyze individual level data.
The insurance industry, however, has not yet applied the theory to understand the propagation of risk trends across the larger population, in part because of the sheer size of associated social networks and unavailability of individual level data.
I use individual level data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) for the years 2010 and 2011 to empirically examine the effect of having insurance coverage on individual healthcare expenditures.
This paper uses individual level data from Japan from 2000 to 2003 to examine whether and how much a wife's labor participation influences the effect of her education on her husband's productivity and earnings.
The contribution of this study to the field is the inclusion of student transfer and individual level data, a novelty in learning success studies.
TEA staff should continue to contact districts to investigate whether additional diskettes containing individual level data were sent but never received by TEA to ensure there are no social security numbers unaccounted for," Harkrider wrote, adding, "Notifying the [United States Department of Education] of the possibility of a security breach of student level data should be considered.
Both of these papers show the value of using individual level data to examine social trends.
This emphasis, it should be noted, has implications for wider questions relating to individual level data.
The authors linked annual state-level MMC penetration rates to individual level data.
These reinterpretations and analyses need to be performed on individual level data, like the census public use samples.
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