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User Story for Methodology Note that this user story contains extensive discussion, notes, and links to documents

  

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What does this team do?

What do we mean by "methodology"? Do we actually mean the combined design > process > result? 

This team focuses on the design and rationale portions of the diagram, the interface with the process model, and guidance for usage of the resulting data.

Task List
  • DescriptiveMethodology: enter, discuss, and finalize
  • SamplingMethodology: discuss and finalize (reconcile and remove alternative packages)
  • WeightingMethodology: create, enter, discuss and finalize
  • QuestionnaireDevelopmentMethdology: create, enter, discuss, and finalize

 

  File Modified
PDF File UberMethodology.pdf May 15, 2015 by Wendy Thomas
Microsoft Excel Sheet litbrig_tt.xls May 26, 2015 by Wendy Thomas
Microsoft Excel Sheet drinkwtr_tt.xls May 26, 2015 by Wendy Thomas
Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation DDI-4 Sampling Plan Model.pptx May 26, 2015 by Steven McEachern
Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation DDI-SDI Weighting Model 07.pptx May 26, 2015 by Steven McEachern
Microsoft Word Document Using the DDI 4 Process Model to Describe Historical and Prescriptive Processes_0_1.docx May 27, 2015 by Anders Swendsrud
Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation Methodology_presentation_MondayAM.pptx Methodology presentation for Dagstuhl 2015 workshop Oct 19, 2015 by Steven McEachern
Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation DevelopmentOfMthodologyModel.pptx Methodology Model - where it came from and how it fits into other Process model structures Apr 11, 2016 by Wendy Thomas
Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation Methodology – Coding Design.pptx May 16, 2016 by Jay Greenfield
Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation methodologies-revisited.pptx Jun 23, 2016 by Wendy Thomas
ZIP Archive Sampling.zip Sampling Beta Content is primarily in datacollection.xsd Jan 23, 2017 by DDI Administrator
ZIP Archive Weighting.zip Weighting Beta Content is primarily in datacollection.xsd Jan 23, 2017 by DDI Administrator
Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation DescriptiveMethodology.pptx Note class names changed to Described rather than Descriptive due to package name Jan 23, 2017 by Wendy Thomas

Meeting Information

NEXT MEETING: Alternate Mondays starting 2016-01-11

Meetings on Monday at 2100 CET

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https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/132157957

Team Members
Name OrganizationContact
Dan   GillmanU.S. Bureau of   Labor Statisticsgillman.daniel@bls.gov
Jay GreenfieldBooz   Allan Hamilton (BAH)greenfield_jay@bah.com
Marcel HebingGerman   Socio-Economic Panel Study (SOEP), German Institute for Econmic Researchmhebing@diw.de
Larry HoyleUniversity   of Kansaslarryhoyle@ku.edu
Steve McEachernAustralian   Data Archive at ANUsteven.mceachern@anu.edu.au
Barry RadlerMIDUS   - University of Wisconsin-Madisonbradler@wisc.edu
Flavio RizzoloStatistics   Canadaflavio.rizzolo@statcan.gc.ca
Wendy ThomasMinnesota   Population Center (MPC)wlt@umn.edu
 Michelle EdwardsCornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER) - Chair

Natalja Menold

GESIS

natalja.menold@gesis.org




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  1. We said at the May 2 meeting that "the design is the extension point for sampling, coding and things like that". There are two examples that Dan Gillman created here – "DDI-4 Sampling Plan Model" and "Methodology - Coding Design". In both presentations domain-specific classes and their relationships are introduced.  Consider these to be "structural elements" or, again, the "ingredients" of a design.

    Besides the ingredients there is the "script" which describes how we might process the ingredients or, retrospectively, how they were processed. This script corresponds to an algorithm. 

    Perhaps the ingredients and the script in a recipe are abstract. Once the ingredients are instantiated then the script becomes something else. From a design pattern the script spawns a detail rich set of process steps with "conditionals" and "bindings" and "sub-routines" and so forth and so on.