EVENT: On Wednesday, February 21st, the Center for Universal Education at Brookings and AidData will co-host a presentation and panel discussion on Toward data-driven education systems: What information do education leaders want and need?, with Samantha Custer (AidData), Elizabeth King (Brookings), Tamar Manuelyan Atinc (Brookings), Shaida Badiee (Open Data Watch), Deon Filmer (World Bank), Liesbet Steer (Education Commission), and Nathaniel Heller (Results for Development). A recording will be made available online after the event. RSVP via Brookings or follow the discussion on Twitter with the hashtag #data4education.

Methodology

Geocoding Afrobarometer Rounds 1-6: Methodology & Data Quality 

Date Published

Jun 12, 2017

Authors

Ariel BenYishay, Renee Rotberg, Jessica Wells, Zhonghui Lv, Seth Goodman, Lidia Kovacevic, Dan Runfola 

Publisher

Citation

BenYishay, A., Rotberg, R., Wells, J., Lv, Z., Goodman, S., Kovacevic, L., Runfola, D. 2017. Geocoding Afrobarometer Rounds 1-6: Methodology & Data Quality. AidData. Available online at http://geo.aiddata.org.

Methodology

Geocoding Afrobarometer Rounds 1-6: Methodology & Data Quality 

Date Published

Jun 12, 2017

Authors

Ariel BenYishay, Renee Rotberg, Jessica Wells, Zhonghui Lv, Seth Goodman, Lidia Kovacevic, Dan Runfola 

Citation

BenYishay, A., Rotberg, R., Wells, J., Lv, Z., Goodman, S., Kovacevic, L., Runfola, D. 2017. Geocoding Afrobarometer Rounds 1-6: Methodology & Data Quality. AidData. Available online at http://geo.aiddata.org.

This document presents the methodology used to geocode the Afrobarometer ( www.afrobarometer.org ) database, consisting of public attitude surveys on democracy, governance, economic conditions, and related issues in more than 35 countries in Africa. This document is designed to give potential users of the data a transparent view into the methodology followed, as well as post-hoc assessments of the quality of the data produced.

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