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July 8, 2015

Type Package

Title Small Area Estimation

Version 1.1

Date 2015-08-07

Author Isabel Molina, Yolanda Marhuenda

Maintainer Yolanda Marhuenda <y.marhuenda@umh.es>

Depends stats, nlme, MASS

Description Functions for small area estimation.

License GPL-2

NeedsCompilation no

Repository CRAN

Date/Publication 2015-07-08 11:16:38

R topics documented:

sae-package . . . .

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cornsoybean . . . .

cornsoybeanmeans

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Small area estimation

Description

This package provides a variety of functions for small area estimation, including functions for mean

squared error estimation. Basic estimators include direct, poststratified synthetic and sample size

dependent. Model-based estimators include the EBLUP based on a Fay-Herriot model and the

EBLUP based on a unit level nested error model. Estimators obtained from spatial and spatiotemporal Fay-Herriot models and the EB method based on the unit level nested error model for

estimation of general non linear parameters are also included.

Details

This package provides functions for estimation in domains with small sample sizes. For a complete

list of functions, see library(help=sae).

Package:

Type:

Version:

Date:

License:

Depends:

sae

Package

1.1

2015-08-07

GPL-2

stats, nlme, MASS

Author(s)

Isabel Molina <isabel.molina@uc3m.es> and Yolanda Marhuenda <y.marhuenda@umh.es>

sae-package

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References

- Arora, V. and Lahiri, P. (1997). On the superiority of the Bayesian method over the BLUP in small

area estimation problems. Statistica Sinica 7, 1053-1063.

- Battesse, G.E., Harter, R.M. and Fuller, W.A. (1988). An Error-Components Model for Prediction of County Crop Areas Using Survey and Satellite Data. Journal of the American Statistical

Association 83, 28-36.

- Box, G.E.P. and Cox, D.R. (1964). An analysis of transformations. Journal of Royal Statistical

Society Series B 26, 211-246.

- Cochran, W.G. (1977). Sampling techniques. Wiley, New York.

- Datta, G.S. and Lahiri, P. (2000). A unified measure of uncertainty of estimated best linear unbiased predictors in small area estimation problems. Statistica Sinica 10, 613-627.

- Datta, G.S., Rao, J.N.K. and Smith D.D. (2005). On measuring the variability of small area

estimators under a basic area level model. Biometrika 92, 183-196.

- Drew, D., Singh, M.P. and Choudhry, G.H. (1982). Evaluation of small area estimation techniques

for the Canadian Labour Force Survey. Survey Methodology 8, 17-47.

- Fay, R.E. and Herriot, R.A. (1979). Estimation of income from small places: An application of

James-Stein procedures to census data. Journal of the American Statistical Association 74, 269-277.

- Gonzalez-Manteiga, W., Lombardia, M., Molina, I., Morales, D. and Santamaria, L. (2008). Analytic and bootstrap approximations of prediction errors under a multivariate Fay-Herriot model.

Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 52, 5242-5252.

- Jiang, J. (1996). REML estimation: asymptotic behavior and related topics. Annals of Statistics

24, 255-286.

- Marhuenda, Y., Molina, I. and Morales, D. (2013). Small area estimation with spatio-temporal

Fay-Herriot models. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 58, 308-325.

- Marhuenda, Y., Morales, D. and Pardo, M.C. (2014). Information criteria for Fay-Herriot model

selection. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 70, 268-280.

- Molina, I., Salvati, N. and Pratesi, M. (2009). Bootstrap for estimating the MSE of the Spatial

EBLUP. Computational Statistics 24, 441-458.

- Molina, I. and Rao, J.N.K. (2010). Small Area Estimation of Poverty Indicators. The Canadian

Journal of Statistics 38, 369-385.

- Petrucci, A. and Salvati, N. (2006). Small area estimation for spatial correlation in watershed

erosion assessment. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 11, 169-182.

- Prasad, N. and Rao, J. (1990). The estimation of the mean squared error of small-area estimators.

Journal of the American Statistical Association 85, 163-171.

- Pratesi, M. and Salvati, N. (2008). Small area estimation: the EBLUP estimator based on spatially

correlated random area effects. Statistical Methods & Applications 17, 113-141.

- Rao, J.N.K. (2003). Small Area Estimation. Wiley, London.

- Sarndal, C.E., Swensson, B. and Wretman, J. (1992). Model Assisted Survey Sampling. SpringerVerlag.

- Singh, B., Shukla, G. and Kundu, D. (2005). Spatio-temporal models in small area estimation.

Survey Methodology 31, 183-195.

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bxcx

- Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Conditions Estimates (SAMPLE), funded by European Commission, Collaborative Project 217565, Call identifier FP7-SSH-2007-1.

- You, Y. and Chapman, B. (2006). Small area estimation using area level models and estimated

sampling variances. Survey Methodology 32, 97-103.

bxcx

Box-Cox Transformation and its Inverse

Description

Box-Cox or power transformation or its inverse. For lambda!=0, the Box-Cox transformation of

x is (x^lambda-1)/lambda, whereas the regular power transformation is simply x^lambda. When

lambda=0, it is log in both cases. The inverse of the Box-Cox and the power transform can also be

obtained.

Usage

bxcx(x, lambda, InverseQ = FALSE, type = "BoxCox")

Arguments

x

a vector or time series

lambda

power transformation parameter

InverseQ

if TRUE, the inverse transformation is done

type

either "BoxCox" or "power"

Value

A vector or time series of the transformed data

Author(s)

A.I. McLeod. R package FitAR

References

- Box, G.E.P. and Cox, D.R. (1964). An analysis of transformations. Journal of Royal Statistical

Society Series B 26, 211-246.

Department of Agriculture and from land observatory satellites (LANDSAT) during the 1978 growing season. An Error-Components Model for Prediction of County Crop Areas Using Survey and Satellite Data. G. InverseQ=TRUE) sum(abs(z2-z)) # z<-AirPassengers.5 y<-bxcx(z. County: numeric county code. Usage data(cornsoybean) Format A data frame with 37 observations on the following 5 variables.5 z<-AirPassengers. . CornPix: number of pixels of corn in sample segment within county. lambda. obtained from the 1978 June Enumerative Survey of the U. R. lambda<-0.S.E. Journal of the American Statistical Association 83. InverseQ=TRUE) sum(abs(z2-z)) cornsoybean Corn and soy beans survey and satellite data in 12 counties in Iowa. Description Survey and satellite data for corn and soy beans in 12 Iowa counties. (1988). CornHec: reported hectares of corn from the survey. Harter. from satellite data.M. lambda) z2<-bxcx(y. and Fuller. lambda) z2<-bxcx(y. lambda. W. SoyBeansPix: number of pixels of soy beans in sample segment within county. lambda<-0. 28-36.0 y<-bxcx(z..cornsoybean 5 Examples #lambda=0. from satellite data.Battesse. Source . SoyBeansHec: reported hectares of soy beans from the survey.A.

SampSegments: number of sample segments in the county (sample size). this function constructs a block-diagonal matrix with dimension (n*ntimes) * (m*ntimes). MeanSoyBeansPixPerSeg: mean number of soy beans pixels per segment in the county. Usage diagonalizematrix(A. PopnSegments: number of population segments in the county (population size). G.Battesse. R. Usage data(cornsoybeanmeans) Format A data frame with 12 observations on the following 6 variables. diagonalizematrix It constructs a block-diagonal matrix. Population size. Description Using a n*m matrix A.E. ntimes) . sample size and means of auxiliary variables in data set cornsoybean.6 diagonalizematrix cornsoybeanmeans Corn and soy beans mean number of pixels per segment for 12 counties in Iowa. CountyName: name of the county. MeanCornPixPerSeg: mean number of corn pixels per segment in the county. Journal of the American Statistical Association 83. CountyIndex: numeric county code. Source . W.A. Description County means of number of pixels per segment of corn and soy beans. An Error-Components Model for Prediction of County Crop Areas Using Survey and Satellite Data. (1988). Harter. for 12 counties in Iowa. from satellite data.M. and Fuller.. 28-36. with all blocks equal to matrix A and the rest of entries equal to 0.

sweight.5. ncol=2) diagonalizematrix(X. sweight optional vector (same size as y) with sampling weights. replace = FALSE) Arguments y vector specifying the individual values of the variable for which we want to estimate the domain means. . domsize. domsize D*2 data frame with domain codes in the first column and the corresponding domain population sizes in the second column. When this argument is not included. Examples X <.3) direct Direct estimators. by default estimators are obtained under simple random sampling (SRS). Description This function calculates direct estimators of domain means.2. replace logical variable with default value FALSE for random sampling without replacement within each domain is considered and TRUE for random sampling with replacement within each domain. dom and sweight. SampSize domain sample sizes. ntimes number of times.direct 7 Arguments A n*m matrix with the values. data optional data frame containing the variables named in y. dom.3. dom vector or factor (same size as y) with domain codes.matrix(data=c(1. Usage direct(y.4. By default the variables are taken from the environment from which direct is called. Direct direct estimators of domain means of variable y. This argument is not required when sweight is not included and replace=TRUE (SRS with replacement). data.6). nrow=3. Value The function returns a data frame of size D*5 with the following columns: Domain domain codes in ascending order.

result3 <.Rao. Wiley. B.G. dom=prov. replace=TRUE) result4 .dom=provlab.c(1. under SRS without replacement within each province. Sampling techniques. CV absolute value of percent coefficients of variation of domain direct estimators. If sampling design is SRS or Poisson sampling. and Wretman.direct(y=income.c(1. London. J. result1 <.direct(y=income .direct(y=income. New York.. (2003).N.K. domsize=sizeprov[. Otherwise. sweight=weight. . See Also pssynt for post-stratified synthetic estimator.E. ssd for sample size dependent estimator. dom=provlab. estimated variances are obtained under the approximation that second order inclusion probabilities are the product of first order inclusion probabilities. domsize=sizeprov[. domsize=sizeprov[. W. data=incomedata. Cases with NA values in y. In case that the sampling design is known.direct(y=incomedata$income. see packages survey or sampling for more exact variance estimation. Model Assisted Survey Sampling. Examples # Load data set with synthetic income data for provinces (domains) data(incomedata) # Load population sizes of provinces data(sizeprov) # Compute Horvitz-Thompson direct estimator of mean income for each # province under random sampling without replacement within each province. (1977). Swensson. data=incomedata) result3 # Compute direct estimator of mean income for each province # under SRS with replacement within each province result4 <. References .8 direct SD estimated standard deviations of domain direct estimators. data=incomedata) result1 # The same but using province labels as domain codes result2 <. C. SpringerVerlag.Cochran.2:3].3)]. . Small Area Estimation.Sarndal. Wiley. (1992). dom=incomedata$provlab. sweight=incomedata$weight. estimated variances are unbiased. dom or sweight are ignored. J.3)]) result2 # The same.

indicator) Arguments formula an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted. Default value is 0. constant constant added to the dependent variable before doing the transformation. transform type of transformation for the dependent variable to be chosen between the "BoxCox" and "power" families so that the dependent variable in formula follows approximately a Normal distribution. Description Fits by REML method the unit level model of Battese. lambda = 0. lambda value for the parameter of the family of transformations specified in transform. dom. By default the variables are taken from the environment from which ebBHF is called. Default value is MC=100. Harter and Fuller (1988) to a transformation of the specified dependent variable by a Box-Cox family or power family and obtains Monte Carlo approximations of EB estimators of the specified small area indicators. Xnonsample. selectdom I*1 optional vector or factor with the domain codes for which we want to estimate the indicators. The details of model specification are given under Details. when the values of auxiliary variables for out-of-sample units are available. If this parameter is not included. which gives the log transformation for the two possible families. . MC number of Monte Carlo replicates for the empirical approximation of the EB estimator. the unique domain codes included in dom are considered. MC = 100. transform = "BoxCox". Default value is 0. Usage ebBHF(formula. selectdom. The domains considered in Xnonsample must contain at least those specified in selectdom. constant = 0. data optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and dom. indicator function of the (untransformed) variable on the left hand side of formula that we want to estimate in each domain. Xnonsample matrix or data frame containing in the first column the domain codes and in the rest of columns the values of each of p auxiliary variables for the out-of-sample units in each selected domain. Default value is "BoxCox". data. dom n*1 vector or factor (same size as y in formula) with domain codes.ebBHF ebBHF 9 EB estimators of an indicator with non-sample values of auxiliary variables. to achieve a distribution close to Normal. It must be a subset of the domain codes in dom.

To fix the seed. For domains with zero sample size. nat1. containing in its columns the domain codes (domain). A formula has an implied intercept term.10 ebBHF Details This function uses random number generation. J. refvar: estimated random effects variance.K. For domains in selectdom not included in Xnonsample the EB estimators are NA. References . See formula for more details of allowed formulae. See Also pbmseebBHF Examples data(incomedata) attach(incomedata) # Load data set # Construct design matrix for sample elements Xs <.1 or y ~ 0 + x. age4.Molina. (2010). I. errorvar: estimated model error variance. age3. residuals: vector with raw residuals from the model fit. educ1. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed. the EB estimators of indicator (eb) and the sample sizes (sampsize). labor1. loglike: log-likelihood. To remove this use either y ~ x .N. fit a list containing the following objects: • • • • • • • summary: summary of the unit level model fitting. data(Xoutsamp) . fixed: vector with the estimated values of the fixed regression coefficient. Cases with NA values in formula or dom are ignored. age5. 369-385. the EB estimators are based on the synthetic regression. labor2) # Select the domains to compute EB estimators. The Canadian Journal of Statistics 38.seed. and Rao. educ3. Value The function returns a list with the following objects: eb data frame with number of rows equal to number of selected domains. use set. random: vector with the predicted random effects. Small Area Estimation of Poverty Indicators. A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response.cbind(age2.

indicator=povgap) result$eb result$fit$summary result$fit$fixed result$fit$random[. popnsize. Usage eblupBHF(formula. dom. data) Arguments formula dom selectdom an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted.0. The details of model specification are given under Details. meanxpop. for selected domains.484 povgap <. Xnonsample=Xoutsamp. n*1 vector or factor (same size as y in formula) with domain codes.unique(Xoutsamp[.ebBHF(income ~ Xs.6477. Description This function calculates. EBLUPs of domain means based on the nested error linear regression model of Battese. It must be a subset of the domain codes in dom. Harter and Fuller (1988).function(y) { z <. method = "REML"."domain"]) # Poverty gap indicator povertyline <. set. I*1 optional vector or factor with the domain codes for which we want to estimate the means. .eblupBHF 11 domains <.1] result$fit$errorvar result$fit$refvar result$fit$loglike result$fit$residuals[1:10] detach(incomedata) eblupBHF EBLUPs of domain means based on a nested error linear regression model.6*median(income) povertyline # 6477. constant=3600. dom=prov.mean((y<z) * (z-y) / z) return (result) } # Compute EB predictors of poverty gap. selectdom=domains.seed(123) result <.484 result <. selectdom. If this parameter is not included all the domain codes included in dom are considered. The value constant=3600 is selected # to achieve approximately symmetric residuals. MC=10.

• loglike: log-likelihood. D*2 data frame with domain codes in the first column and the corresponding domain population sizes in the second column. See formula for more details of allowed formulae.M. New York: John Wiley and Sons. A formula has an implied intercept term. . • random: vector with the predicted random effects. 28-36. Value The function returns a list with the following objects: eblup fit data frame with number of rows equal to number of selected domains (selectdom). • errorvar: estimated model error variance. Defaults to "REML". J.Battese. Journal of the American Statistical Association 83. • refvar: estimated random effects variance. the EBLUPs are the synthetic regression estimators. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed. Each remaining column contains the population means of each of the p auxiliary variables for the D domains.N. Harter. The domains considered in meanxpop must contain those specified in selectdom (D>=I). R. • fixed: vector with the estimated values of the fixed regression coefficient. a list containing the following objects: • summary: summary of the unit level model fitting.12 eblupBHF meanxpop popnsize method data D*(p+1) data frame with domain codes in the first column. Cases with NA values in formula or dom are ignored. containing in its columns the domain codes (domain) and the EBLUPs of the means of selected domains based on the nested error linear regression model (eblup).E. If "REML". Details A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response.. . An Error-Components Model for Prediction of County Crop Areas Using Survey and Satellite Data. (1988). Small Area Estimation. G.Rao. By default the variables are taken from the environment from which eblupBHF is called. For domains with zero sample size. If "ML" the log-likelihood is maximized. and Fuller. the model is fitted by maximizing the restricted log-likelihood. optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and dom. • residuals: vector with raw residuals. To remove this use either y ~ x .1 or y ~ 0 + x. The domains considered in popnsize must contain those specified in selectdom (D>=I).K. W. References .A. a character string. (2003).

c(10. data=cornsoybean) resultCorn$eblup # Compute EBLUPs of county means of soy beans crop areas for # a subset of counties using ML method domains <. data) . vardir.0001. popnsize=Popn. MeanSoyBeansPixPerSeg) Popn <. Fitting method can be chosen between ML. Description This function gives the EBLUP (or EB predictor under normality) based on a Fay-Herriot model.data.5) resultBean <. PRECISION = 0. Usage eblupFH(formula.frame(CountyIndex.eblupBHF(CornHec ~ CornPix + SoyBeansPix. selectdom=domains. popnsize=Popn.eblupFH 13 See Also pbmseBHF Examples # Load data set for segments (units within domains) data(cornsoybean) # Load data set for counties data(cornsoybeanmeans) attach(cornsoybeanmeans) # Construct data frame with county means of auxiliary variables for # domains. B = 0.1. method = "REML".data. First column must include the county code Xmean <. REML and FH methods.frame(CountyIndex. PopnSegments) # Compute EBLUPs of county means of corn crop areas for all counties resultCorn <. dom=County. dom=County. MAXITER = 100. data=cornsoybean) resultBean$eblup resultBean$fit detach(cornsoybeanmeans) eblupFH EBLUPs based on a Fay-Herriot model. method="ML". meanxpop=Xmean.eblupBHF(SoyBeansHec ~ CornPix + SoyBeansPix. meanxpop=Xmean. MeanCornPixPerSeg.

By default the variables are taken from the environment from which eblupFH is called. • iterations: number of iterations performed by the Fisher-scoring algorithm. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed. their asymptotic standard errors in the second column (std. Default is 100 iterations. The values must be sorted as the variables in formula. Details A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response.14 eblupFH Arguments formula an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted. the t statistics in the third column (tvalue) and the p-values of the significance of each coefficient in last column (pvalue). MAXITER maximum number of iterations allowed in the Fisher-scoring algorithm. The variables included in formula must have a length equal to the number of domains D.0001. . PRECISION convergence tolerance limit for the Fisher-scoring algorithm.1 or y ~ 0 + x.error). Default value is 0. Value The function returns a list with the following objects: eblup vector with the values of the estimators for the domains. Details of model specification are given under Details. (2014). B number of bootstrap replicates to calculate the goodness-of-fit measures proposed by Marhuenda et al. fit a list containing the following objects: • method: type of fitting method applied ("REML". vardir vector containing the D sampling variances of direct estimators for each domain. "REML" or "FH" methods. To remove this use either y ~ x . data optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and vardir. Default value is 0 indicating that these measures are not calculated. See formula for more details of allowed formulae. • estcoef: a data frame with the estimated model coefficients in the first column (beta). to be chosen between "ML". "ML"or "FH"). • refvar: estimated random effects variance. method type of fitting method. A formula has an implied intercept term. • convergence: a logical value equal to TRUE if Fisher-scoring algorithm converges in less than MAXITER iterations.

M. and Pardo. R. See Also mseFH Examples # Load data set data(milk) attach(milk) # Fit FH model using REML method with indicators of 4 Major Areas as # explanatory variables. (2014).N. B must be must be greater than 0 to obtain these last measures. resultREML <.A. BIC. KIC and the measures proposed by Marhuenda et al. Fitting method can be chosen between REML and ML. 269-277.factor(MajorArea). PRECISION = 0. method = "REML". Usage eblupSFH(formula. Morales. In case that formula or vardir contain NA values a message is printed and no action is done. Y.Fay. where area effects follow a SAR(1) process.0001. data) . KICb1. KICc.E.eblupSFH 15 • goodness: vector containing several goodness-of-fit measures: loglikehood. (2014): AICc. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 70.eblupFH(yi ~ as.Marhuenda. AICb2. Information criteria for Fay-Herriot model selection. (2003). SD^2. proxmat. AIC. D. London.K. SD^2) resultREML #Fit FH model using FH method resultFH <. 268-280.C.factor(MajorArea). KICb2. and Herriot. Wiley.eblupFH(yi ~ as. Journal of the American Statistical Association 74. . method="FH") resultFH detach(milk) eblupSFH EBLUPs based on a spatial Fay-Herriot model. AICb1. References . Small Area Estimation.Rao. Estimation of income from small places: An application of James-Stein procedures to census data. vardir. Description This function gives small area estimators based on a spatial Fay-Herriot model. (1979). J. MAXITER = 100. R.. .

PRECISION convergence tolerance limit for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. Details of model specification are given under Details. proxmat D*D proximity matrix or data frame with values in the interval [0.16 eblupSFH Arguments formula an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted. The variables included in formula must have a length equal to the number of domains D. Details A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response. A formula has an implied intercept term. The rows and columns of this matrix must be sorted as the elements in formula. data optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and vardir.0001. See formula for more details of allowed formulae. The rows add up to 1. vardir vector containing the D sampling variances of direct estimators for each domain. MAXITER maximum number of iterations allowed for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. .1] containing the proximities between the row and column domains.1 or y ~ 0 + x. To remove this use either y ~ x . By default the variables are taken from the environment from which eblupSHF is called. • iterations: number of iterations performed by the Fisher-scoring algorithm. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed. Default value is 0. the t statistics in the third column (tvalue) and the p-values of the significance of each coefficient in last column (pvalue).error). • estcoef: a data frame with the estimated model coefficients in the first column (beta). fit a list containing the following objects: • method: type of fitting method applied ("REML" or "ML"). Default value is 100. their asymptotic standard errors in the second column (std. Default value is REML. method type of fitting method. Value The function returns a list with the following objects: eblup vector with the values of the estimators for the domains. • refvar: estimated random effects variance. to be chosen between "REML" or "ML". • convergence: a logical value equal to TRUE if Fisher-scoring algorithm converges in less than MAXITER iterations. The values must be sorted as the variables in formula.

N.. Monica Pratesi and Nicola Salvati. • goodness: vector containing three goodness-of-fit measures: loglikehood. Computational Statistics 24. data=grapes) resultML # Fit Spatial Fay-Herriot model using REML method resultREML <. References . Biological and Environmental Statistics 11. . 169-182. 441-458. Journal of Agricultural. A. Salvati. Collaborative Project 217565. In case that formula. (2006). AIC and BIC. data=grapes) resultREML eblupSTFH EBLUPs based on a spatio-temporal Fay-Herriot model.Petrucci. 113-141. . method="ML". N. (2009). var. grapesprox. vardir or proxmat contain NA values a message is printed and no action is done. npbmseSFH. and Salvati. Call identifier FP7-SSH-2007-1. See Also mseSFH. and Salvati. (2008). I.eblupSTFH 17 • spatialcorr: estimated spatial correlation parameter.Pratesi.Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Conditions Estimates (SAMPLE).eblupSFH(grapehect ~ area + workdays . M.eblupSFH(grapehect ~ area + workdays .1. grapesprox.Molina. Bootstrap for estimating the MSE of the Spatial EBLUP. . pbmseSFH Examples data(grapes) data(grapesprox) # Load data set # Load proximity matrix # Fit Spatial Fay-Herriot model using ML method resultML <. Statistical Methods & Applications 17. Small area estimation for spatial correlation in watershed erosion assessment.1. Description Fits a spatio-temporal Fay-Herriot model with area effects following a SAR(1) process and with either uncorrelated or AR(1) time effects. Small area estimation: the EBLUP estimator based on spatially correlated random area effects. . var. Author(s) Isabel Molina. N. and Pratesi. M. funded by European Commission.

A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed.1] containing the proximities between the row and column domains. To remove this use either y ~ x . A formula has an implied intercept term. . Value The function returns a list with the following objects: eblup a column vector with length D*T with the values of the estimators for the D domains and T time instants. See formula for more details of allowed formulae. PRECISION = 0. data) Arguments formula an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted. vardir vector containing the D*T sampling variances of direct estimators for each domain and time instant. Default value is 0. PRECISION convergence tolerance limit for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. Details of model specification are given under Details.0001. T total number of time instants (constant for all domains). fit a list containing the following objects: • model: type of model "S" or "ST". MAXITER maximum number of iterations allowed for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. proxmat. Details A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response. The variables included in formula must have a length equal to D*T and sorted in the ascending order by the time instant within each domain. D. vardir. proxmat D*D proximity matrix or data frame with values in the interval [0. The rows add up to 1. The values must be sorted as the variables in formula.1 or y ~ 0 + x. By default the variables are taken from the environment from which eblupSTFH is called. model = "ST".18 eblupSTFH Usage eblupSTFH(formula.0001. data optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and vardir. MAXITER = 100. The rows and columns of this matrix must be sorted by domain as the variables in formula. model type of model to be chosen between "ST" (AR(1) time-effects within each domain) or "S" (uncorrelated time effects within each domain). Default model is "ST". Default value is 100. D total number of domains. T.

See Also pbmseSTFH Examples data(spacetime) # Load data set data(spacetimeprox) # Load proximity matrix D <. • estcoef: a data frame with the estimated model coefficients in the first column (beta). Var. Author(s) Yolanda Marhuenda.Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Conditions Estimates (SAMPLE). data=spacetime) . spacetimeprox. the t statistics in the third column (tvalue) and the p-values of the significance of each coefficient in last column (pvalue).error). T*D. AIC and BIC. .eblupSTFH 19 • convergence: a logical value equal to TRUE if Fisher-scoring algorithm converges in less than MAXITER iterations. EBLUP_S=resultS$eblup[rowsT]) resultS$fit # Fit model ST with AR(1) time effects for each domain resultST <.eblupSTFH(Y ~ X1 + X2. Isabel Molina and Domingo Morales. D. T. 308-325. Y. Small area estimation with spatio-temporal Fay-Herriot models. data=spacetime) rowsT <. T. funded by European Commission.seq(T.eblupSTFH(Y ~ X1 + X2.length(unique(spacetime$Time)) # number of time instant # Fit model S with uncorrelated time effects for each domain resultS <. Var. Molina. Collaborative Project 217565.. "S".Marhuenda. • iterations: number of iterations performed by the Fisher-scoring algorithm. their asymptotic standard errors in the second column (std. • estvarcomp: a data frame with the estimated values of the variances and correlation coefficients in the first column (estimate) and their asymptotic standard errors in the second column (std. In case that formula. References .nrow(spacetimeprox) # number of domains T <. vardir or proxmat contain NA values a message is printed and no action is done. I. Call identifier FP7-SSH-2007-1. by=T) data.error). • goodness: vector containing three goodness-of-fit measures: loglikehood. and Morales. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 58. D. (2013).frame(Domain=spacetime$Area[rowsT]. spacetimeprox. D.

. Description Synthetic data on grape production with spatial correlation for 274 municipalities in the region of Tuscany. The sum of the values of each row is equal to 1. grapesprox Proximity matrix for the spatial Fay-Herriot model. Description A data frame containing the proximity values for the 274 municipalities in the region of Tuscany included in data set grapes. EBLUP_ST=resultS$eblup[rowsT]) resultST$fit grapes Synthetic data on grape production for the region of Tuscany. area: agrarian surface area used for production (in hectares).20 grapesprox data. Usage data(grapes) Format A data frame with 274 observations on the following 4 variables. workdays: average number of working days in the reference year (2000).1] containing the proximity of the row and column domains.frame(Domain=spacetime$Area[rowsT]. var: sampling variance of the direct estimators for each Tuscany municipality. Usage data(grapesprox) Format The values are numbers in the interval [0. grapehect: direct estimators of the mean agrarian surface area used for production of grape (in hectares) for each Tuscany municipality.

2:16-24. educ: education level: 0:age<16. income: normalized income. educ2: indicator of education level 2 (secondary education. 2:secondary education. 3:inactive. 1:14-15. 4:50-64. 1:employed. Usage data(incomedata) Format A data frame with 17199 observations on the following 21 variables. gen: gender: 1:male. labor: labor force status: 0:age<16. labor1: indicator of being employed. weight: sampling weight. nat1: indicator of Spanish nationality. 2:unemployed. age: age group: 0:<=13. educ1: indicator of education level 1 (primary education). . labor2: indicator of being unemployed.incomedata incomedata 21 Synthetic income data. provlab: province name. Description Synthetic data on income and other related variables for Spanish provinces. labor3: indicator of being inactive.). 2:female. ac: region of the province. 2:other. 1:primary education (compulsory educ. age5: indicator of age group >=65. age2: indicator of age group 16-24. age4: indicator of age group 50-64. educ3: indicator of education level 3 (post-secondary education). 3:25-49. prov: province code. age3: indicator of age group 25-49. nat: nationality: 1:Spanish. 3:post-secondary education. 5: >=65.

The EBLUP might have been obtained by either ML. Y. vardir. Usage mseFH(formula. These areas have similar direct estimates and produce a large CV reduction when using a FH model. ni: sample sizes of small areas. References . PRECISION = 0. 1053-1063. V. SD: estimated standard deviations of yi.You. and Lahiri. B.Arora. Description Data on fresh milk expenditure. used by Arora and Lahiri (1997) and by You and Chapman (2006). P. Survey Methodology 32. CV: estimated coefficients of variation of yi. and Chapman. Description Calculates the mean squared error estimator of the EBLUP under a Fay-Herriot model. MajorArea: major areas created by You and Chapman (2006). SmallArea: areas of inferential interest. REML or by FH fitting methods. Small area estimation using area level models and estimated sampling variances.0001.22 mseFH milk Data on fresh milk expenditure. (2006). data) . Statistica Sinica 7. mseFH Mean squared error estimator of the EBLUP under a Fay-Herriot model. On the superiority of the Bayesian method over the BLUP in small area estimation problems. . Usage data(milk) Format A data frame with 43 observations on the following 6 variables. B = 0. 97-103. method = "REML". (1997). yi: average expenditure on fresh milk for the year 1989 (direct estimates for the small areas). MAXITER = 100.

On measuring the variability of small area estimators under a basic area level model.Fay.Datta. G. which can be either "ML". . A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed.S.D. References . Details of model specification are given under Details.A. A unified measure of uncertainty of estimated best linear unbiased predictors in small area estimation problems. A formula has an implied intercept term. (2014).Datta. R. Statistica Sinica 10. and Smith D. Default is 100 iterations. By default the variables are taken from the environment from which mseFH is called. Default value is 0 indicating that these measures are not calculated.S.0001.. vardir vector containing the D sampling variances of direct estimators for each domain. J. G. (2005).K. and Lahiri. 183-196. see Value of eblupFH function. Biometrika 92. Default is "REML" method. For the description of these objects. R. 269-277. (1979). (2000). "REML" or "FH" methods. P. The values must be sorted as the variables in formula. In case that formula or vardir contain NA values a message is printed and no action is done. data optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and vardir. 613-627. Details A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response.mseFH 23 Arguments formula an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted.N. and Herriot. The variables included in formula must have a length equal to the number of domains D. method method used to fit the Fay-Herriot model. PRECISION convergence tolerance limit for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. MAXITER maximum number of iterations allowed in the Fisher-scoring algorithm. See formula for more details of allowed formulae Value The function returns a list with the following objects: est a list with the results of the estimation process: eblup and fit. mse a vector with the estimated mean squared errors of the EBLUPs for the small domains. Estimation of income from small places: An application of James-Stein procedures to census data.1 or y ~ 0 + x.E. B number of bootstrap replicates to calculate the goodness-of-fit measures proposed by Marhuenda et al. . Journal of the American Statistical Association 74. . Rao. To remove this use either y ~ x . Default value is 0.

Annals of Statistics 24.. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 70. Description Calculates analytical mean squared error estimates of the spatial EBLUPs obtained from the fit of a spatial Fay-Herriot model. MAXITER = 100. SD^2. Morales. method = "REML". and Pardo. 163-171.mseFH(yi ~ as. 268-280. J.mseFH(yi ~ as. D. 255-286. See Also eblupFH Examples # Load data set data(milk) attach(milk) # Fit Fay-Herriot model using ML method with indicators # of 4 Major Areas as explanatory variables and compute # estimated MSEs of EB estimators resultML <.factor(MajorArea).factor(MajorArea). and Rao.mseFH(yi ~ as. REML estimation: asymptotic behavior and related topics. M. method="ML") resultML # Fit Fay-Herriot model using REML method and compute # estimated MSEs of EB estimators resultREML <. SD^2. vardir.24 mseSFH . Y.C. method="FH") resultFH detach(milk) mseSFH Mean squared error estimator of the spatial EBLUP under a spatial Fay-Herriot model. Information criteria for Fay-Herriot model selection.Marhuenda. J. . SD^2) resultREML # Fit Fay-Herriot model using FH method and compute # estimated MSEs of EB estimators resultFH <. PRECISION = 0. . N.factor(MajorArea). Usage mseSFH(formula. in which area effects follow a Simultaneously Autorregressive (SAR) process. (1990). The estimation of the mean squared error of small-area estimators.Jiang. (2014).Prasad. Journal of the American Statistical Association 85. proxmat. (1996).0001. data) .

see Value of eblupSFH function. The variables included in formula must have a length equal to the number of domains D. . In case that formula.Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Conditions Estimates (SAMPLE). vardir vector containing the D sampling variances of direct estimators for each domain. Value The function returns a list with the following objects: est a list with the results of the estimation process: eblup and fit. References . vardir or proxmat contain NA values a message is printed and no action is done. For the description of these objects. I. Collaborative Project 217565.. pbmseSFH . By default the variables are taken from the environment from which mseSFH is called. D. Call identifier FP7-SSH-2007-1.0001.Singh. Default value is 100.Molina. Computational Statistics 24. Details of model specification are given under Details. Bootstrap for estimating the MSE of the Spatial EBLUP. Author(s) Isabel Molina. Default value is REML. mse a vector with the analytical mean squared error estimates of the spatial EBLUPs. Default value is 0. . to be chosen between "REML" or "ML".1] containing the proximities between the row and column domains.. Spatio-temporal models in small area estimation. PRECISION convergence tolerance limit for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. Salvati. The values must be sorted as the variables in formula. proxmat D*D proximity matrix or data frame with values in the interval [0. Shukla. Survey Methodology 31. (2005). 441-458. data optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and vardir. Monica Pratesi and Nicola Salvati. The rows and columns of this matrix must be sorted as the variables in formula. B. funded by European Commission. MAXITER maximum number of iterations allowed for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. method type of fitting method. M. See Also eblupSFH. G. N. and Pratesi. 183-195. and Kundu. The rows add up to 1. npbmseSFH.mseSFH 25 Arguments formula an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted. (2009).

grapesprox.mseSFH(grapehect ~ area + workdays . proxmat. in which area effects follow a Simultaneously Autorregressive (SAR) process.1. The values must be sorted as the variables in formula. . MAXITER maximum number of iterations allowed for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. By default the variables are taken from the environment from which npbmseSFH is called. vardir vector containing the D sampling variances of direct estimators for each domain.1] containing the proximities between the row and column domains. method type of fitting method. Description Calculates nonparametric bootstrap mean squared error estimates of the spatial EBLUPs obtained by fitting a spatial Fay-Herriot model. PRECISION convergence tolerance limit for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. MAXITER = 100. PRECISION = 0.0001. Details of model specification are given under Details. B = 100. Currently only "REML" method is available. The variables included in formula must have a length equal to the number of domains D. Usage npbmseSFH(formula.26 npbmseSFH Examples data(grapes) data(grapesprox) # Load data set # Load proximity matrix # Calculate analytical MSE estimates using REML method result <.0001. Default value is 100. data) Arguments formula an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted. data optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and vardir. method = "REML". data=grapes) result npbmseSFH Nonparametric bootstrap mean squared error estimator of the spatial EBLUPs under a spatial Fay-Herriot model. var. Default value is 100. The rows and columns of this matrix must be sorted as the variables in formula. vardir. Default value is 0. proxmat D*D proximity matrix or data frame with values in the interval [0. B number of bootstrap replicates. The rows add up to 1.

N. Value The function returns a list with the following objects: est a list with the results of the estimation process: eblup and fit. I. To fix the seed. Monica Pratesi and Nicola Salvati.1. Bootstrap for estimating the MSE of the Spatial EBLUP. For the description of these objects. Author(s) Isabel Molina. data=grapes) result . mse data frame containing the naive nonparametric bootstrap mean squared error estimates of the spatial EBLUPs (mse) and the bias-corrected nonparametric bootstrap mean squared error estimates of the spatial EBLUPs (msebc).Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Conditions Estimates (SAMPLE). See formula for more details of allowed formulae. References . 441-458.npbmseSFH(grapehect ~ area + workdays . To remove this use either y ~ x .seed. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed. (2009). . In case that formula.1 or y ~ 0 + x.seed(123) result <.Molina. M. Call identifier FP7-SSH-2007-1. Salvati.. Collaborative Project 217565. grapesprox. mseSFH Examples data(grapes) data(grapesprox) # Load data set # Load proximity matrix # Obtain the naive and bias-corrected non parametric bootstrap MSE # estimates using REML set. See Also eblupSFH. A formula has an implied intercept term. var. and Pratesi. pbmseSFH. use set. Computational Statistics 24. see Value of eblupSFH function. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with any duplicates removed.npbmseSFH 27 Details This function uses random number generation. vardir or proxmat contain NA values a message is printed and no action is done. A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response. B=2. funded by European Commission.

The domains considered in popnsize must contain those specified in selectdom (D>=I). number of bootstrap replicates. when EBLUPs are obtained from a nested error linear regression model.28 pbmseBHF pbmseBHF Parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimators of the EBLUPs of means obtained under a nested error linear regression model. Details This function uses random number generation. dom. If this parameter is not included all the domain codes included in dom are considered. The details of model specification are given under Details. If "REML" the model is fitted by maximizing the restricted log-likelihood. D*(p+1) data frame with domain codes in the first column. a character string. parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimators of the EBLUPs of means.1 or y ~ 0 + x. n*1 vector or factor (same size as y in formula) with domain codes. use set. I*1 optional vector or factor with the domain codes for which we want to estimate the means. D*2 data frame with domain codes in the first column and the corresponding domain population sizes in the second column. Each remaining column contains the population means of each of the p auxiliary variables for the D domains. Description Calculates. popnsize. B = 200. meanxpop. . method = "REML". The domains considered in meanxpop must contain those specified in selectdom (D>=I). for selected domains. It must be a subset of the domain codes in dom. To remove this use either y ~ x . Usage pbmseBHF(formula. data) Arguments formula dom selectdom meanxpop popnsize B method data an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted.seed. To fix the seed. If "ML" the log-likelihood is maximized. See formula for more details of allowed formulae. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed. Defaults to "REML". optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and dom. Default is 50. By default the variables are taken from the environment from which pbmseBHF is called. selectdom. A formula has an implied intercept term. A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response.

I. and Santamaria.pbmseBHF(CornHec ~ CornPix + SoyBeansPix. (2008).Gonzalez-Manteiga. MeanSoyBeansPixPerSeg) Popn <. and Rao. Molina. Morales. Cases with NA values in formula or dom are ignored. M. dom=County. see Value of eblupBHF function. D.data. set. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 52.. 5242-5252. (2010). Lombardia.5). I.data. L. First column must include the county code Xmean <. containing in its columns the domain codes (domain) and the parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimators (mse). B=50. The Canadian Journal of Statistics 38. MeanCornPixPerSeg. References . Analytic and bootstrap approximations of prediction errors under a multivariate Fay-Herriot model.K.frame(CountyIndex.seed(123) result <.. J. PopnSegments) # Compute parametric bootstrap MSEs of the EBLUPs of means of crop areas # for each county.N. data=cornsoybean) result detach(cornsoybeanmeans) . See Also eblupBHF Examples # Load data set for segments (units within domains) data(cornsoybean) # Load data set for counties data(cornsoybeanmeans) attach(cornsoybeanmeans) # Construct data frame with county means of auxiliary variables for # domains. meanxpop=Xmean. W.frame(CountyIndex. 369-385. .Molina.1. Small Area Estimation of Poverty Indicators. selectdom=c(10.. popnsize=Popn. For the description of these objects. mse data frame with number of rows equal to number of selected domains.pbmseBHF 29 Value The function returns a list with the following objects: est a list with the results of the estimation process: eblup and fit.

By default the variables are taken from the environment from which pbmseebBHF is called. Default value is 0. the unique domain codes included in dom are considered. . transform type of transformation for the dependent variable to be chosen between the "BoxCox" and "power" families so that the dependent variable in formula follows approximately a Normal distribution. to achieve a distribution close to Normal. Description This function obtains estimators of the mean squared errors of the EB estimators of domain parameters by a parametric bootstrap method. B number of bootstrap replicates. lambda = 0. which gives the log transformation for the two possible families.30 pbmseebBHF pbmseebBHF Parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimators of EB estimators. It must be a subset of the domain codes in dom. selectdom. Default value is 100. data. indicator function of the (untransformed) variable on the left hand side of formula that we want to estimate in each domain. selectdom I*1 optional vector or factor with the domain codes for which we want to estimate the indicators. B = 100. Xnonsample matrix or data frame containing in the first column the domain codes and in the rest of columns the values of each of p auxiliary variables for the out-of-sample units in each selected domain. transform = "BoxCox". The details of model specification are given under Details. Population values of auxiliary variables are required. Usage pbmseebBHF(formula. indicator) Arguments formula an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted. Default value is 0. Default value is 100. data optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and dom. dom. constant constant added to the dependent variable before doing the transformation. Xnonsample. MC number of Monte Carlo replicates for the empirical approximation of the EB estimator. If this parameter is not included. lambda value for the parameter of the family of transformations specified in transform. Default value is "BoxCox". MC = 100. constant = 0. dom n*1 vector or factor (same size as y in formula) with domain codes.

A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response. Cases with NA values in formula or dom are ignored.age5.Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Conditions Estimates (SAMPLE).age3. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with any duplicates removed. References . .6*median(incomedata$income) povertyline # 6477. I.educ1. Value The function returns a list with the following objects: est a list with the results of the estimation process: eb and fit. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed.Molina. (2010).seed. see Value of ebBHF function.function(y) . Small Area Estimation of Poverty Indicators. 369-385.1 or y ~ 0 + x. use set.age4. containing in its columns the domain codes (domain) and the parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimates of indicator (mse).labor1. and Rao. See Also ebBHF Examples data(incomedata) attach(incomedata) # Load data set # Construct design matrix for sample elements Xs<-cbind(age2. Call identifier FP7-SSH-2007-1. See formula for more details of allowed formulae.N. To remove this use either y ~ x . The Canadian Journal of Statistics 38.educ3.labor2) # Select the domains to compute EB estimators data(Xoutsamp) domains <. mse data frame with number of rows equal to number of selected domains. To fix the seed.c(5) # Poverty incidence indicator povertyline <.K. A formula has an implied intercept term.484 povinc <. For the description of these objects. J.0. funded by European Commission.pbmseebBHF 31 Details This function uses random number generation.nat1. Collaborative Project 217565.

Details of model specification are given under Details.484 result <. in which area effects follow a Simultaneously Autorregressive (SAR) process. The rows add up to 1.1] containing the proximities between the row and column domains. Usage pbmseSFH(formula. method type of fitting method.6477. The variables included in formula must have a length equal to the number of domains D. set.seed(123) result <. to be chosen between "REML" or "ML". selectdom=domains. vardir. Default value is REML. indicator=povinc) result$est$eb result$mse result$est$fit$refvar detach(incomedata) pbmseSFH Parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimators of the spatial EBLUPs under a spatial Fay-Herriot model.0001. proxmat. Xnonsample=Xoutsamp. B number of bootstrap replicates. Default value is 100. .mean(y<z) return (result) } # Compute parametric bootstrap MSE estimators of the EB # predictors of poverty incidence. B = 100. The values must be sorted as the variables in formula. MAXITER = 100.32 pbmseSFH { z <. data) Arguments formula an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted. B=2. Take constant=3600 to achieve # approximately symmetric residuals. dom=prov. MC=2. method = "REML".pbmseebBHF(income~Xs. proxmat D*D proximity matrix or data frame with values in the interval [0. PRECISION = 0. vardir vector containing the D sampling variances of direct estimators for each domain. The rows and columns of this matrix must be sorted as the variables in formula. constant=3600. Description Calculates the parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimates of the spatial EBLUPs obtained by fitting the spatial Fay-Herriot model.

Computational Statistics 24. M. and Pratesi.. vardir or proxmat contain NA values a message is printed and no action is done. funded by European Commission. A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response. Default value is 0.Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Conditions Estimates (SAMPLE). 441-458.1 or y ~ 0 + x. References . Collaborative Project 217565. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with any duplicates removed.seed. Default value is 100. mseSFH . N. Call identifier FP7-SSH-2007-1.pbmseSFH 33 MAXITER maximum number of iterations allowed for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. npbmseSFH. Author(s) Isabel Molina. mse data frame containing the naive parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimates (mse) and the bias-corrected parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimates of the spatial EBLUPs (msebc). By default the variables are taken from the environment from which pbmseSFH is called. Bootstrap for estimating the MSE of the Spatial EBLUP. See Also eblupSFH. . PRECISION convergence tolerance limit for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. I. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed. To remove this use either y ~ x . Details This function uses random number generation.0001. see Value of eblupSFH function. data optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and vardir. In case that formula. To fix the seed. Salvati. A formula has an implied intercept term.Molina. For the description of these objects. Value The function returns a list with the following objects: est a list with the results of the estimation process: eblup and fit. (2009). Monica Pratesi and Nicola Salvati. use set. See formula for more details of allowed formulae.

seed(123) result <.pbmseSFH(grapehect ~ area + workdays . grapesprox. naive and bias-corrected parametric bootstrap MSE estimates # using REML method set. The variables included in formula must have a length equal to D*T and sorted in the ascending order by the time instant within each domain. The rows add up to 1. Details of model specification are given under Details.1. vardir.1] containing the proximities between the row and column domains. data) Arguments formula an object of class formula (or one that can be coerced to that class): a symbolic description of the model to be fitted. Usage pbmseSTFH(formula. var. . Default value is 100. T. model = "ST". proxmat. PRECISION = 0. B = 100. model type of model to be chosen between "ST" (correlated time-effects within domains) or "S" (uncorrelated time-effects within domains). vardir vector containing the n=D*T sampling variances for each domain and time instant. The values must be sorted as the variables in formula. The rows and columns of this matrix must be sorted by domain as the variables in formula. B=2. Default value is 100. D. B number of bootstrap replicates. MAXITER = 100. Description Calculates parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimates of the EBLUPs based on a spatiotemporal Fay-Herriot model with area effects following a SAR(1) process and with either uncorrelated or correlated time effects within each domain following an AR(1) process. D total number of domains. data=grapes) result pbmseSTFH Parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimator of a spatiotemporal Fay-Herriot model.34 pbmseSTFH Examples data(grapes) data(grapesprox) # Load data set # Load proximity matrix # Obtain the fitting values. proxmat D*D proximity matrix or data frame with values in the interval [0. MAXITER maximum number of iterations allowed for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. T total number of time instants (constant for each domain).0001.

308-325. funded by European Commission. A terms specification of the form first + second indicates all the terms in first together with all the terms in second with duplicates removed. Call identifier FP7-SSH-2007-1. (2013). Molina. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 58. see Value of eblupSTFH function. Author(s) Yolanda Marhuenda.0001. Value The function returns a list with the following objects: est a list with the results of the estimation process: eblup and fit. vardir or proxmat contain NA values a message is printed and no action is done. Collaborative Project 217565. data optional data frame containing the variables named in formula and vardir. Details This function uses random number generation. and Morales. References . Y. Default value is 0. In case that formula. I. mse a vector of length D*T containing the parametric bootstrap mean squared error estimates for the D domains and T time instants. A formula has an implied intercept term. See formula for more details of allowed formulae. See Also eblupSTFH Examples data(spacetime) # Load data set data(spacetimeprox) # Load proximity matrix D <. For the description of these objects. To fix the seed. Small area estimation with spatio-temporal Fay-Herriot models. D. To remove this use either y ~ x . Isabel Molina and Domingo Morales.pbmseSTFH 35 PRECISION convergence tolerance limit for the Fisher-scoring algorithm. . use set. A typical model has the form response ~ terms where response is the (numeric) response vector and terms is a series of terms which specifies a linear predictor for response. By default the variables are taken from the environment from which pbmseSTFH is called.nrow(spacetimeprox) # number of domains .Marhuenda.1 or y ~ 0 + x.Small Area Methods for Poverty and Living Conditions Estimates (SAMPLE)..seed.

variance. B=40) # Print direct estimates. mse and # residuals of the last time instant. data=spacetime) # Print direct estimates. Usage pssynt(y. output <.].data.data. VarDirect=Var.periods[length(periods)] print(output[output[. spacetimeprox. mse and # residuals of the last time instant.periods[length(periods)] print(output[output[. spacetimeprox.names=FALSE) # Calculate MSEs of the EBLUPs based on the spatio-temporal Fay-Herriot model # with AR(1) time effects nested within each area attach(spacetime) set. MSE_ST=resultST$mse.names=FALSE) detach(spacetime) pssynt Post-stratified synthetic estimators of domain means.frame(Domain=spacetime$Area. MSE_S=resultS$mse.pbmseSTFH(Y ~ X1 + X2. EBLUP_ST=resultST$est$eblup.seed(123) resultST <.unique(spacetime$Time) lastperiod <. ps. row. vardir=Var."Period"]==lastperiod. Period=spacetime$Time. Direct=spacetime$Y. data) . row.length(unique(spacetime$Time)) # number of time instant # Calculate MSEs of EBLUPs under the spatio-temporal Fay-Herriot model # with uncorrelated time effects nested within domains (model S) set. domsizebyps. Description Calculates post-stratified synthetic estimators of domain means using the categories of a cualitative variable as post-strata. output <.]."Period"]==lastperiod. Residuals=Y-resultST$est$eblup) periods <. D. T.36 pssynt T <. Residuals=spacetime$Y-resultS$est$eblup) periods <. B=40. variance.pbmseSTFH(Y ~ X1 + X2. D.unique(Time) lastperiod <. model="S". "ST" model estimates. "S" model estimates.seed(123) resultS <. Direct=Y. sweight. VarDirect=spacetime$Var. T. EBLUP_S=resultS$est$eblup. Var.frame(Domain=Area. Period=Time.

"3") result2 <.pssynt 37 Arguments y vector specifying the individual values of the variable for which we want to estimate the domain means. data optional data frame containing the variables named in y. domsizebyps data frame with domain codes in the first column.pssynt(y=income. By default the variables are taken from the environment from which pssynt is called. sweight and ps. "2". "1". Names of these columns must be the post-strata identifiers specified in ps. ps=educ. ps vector (same size as y) of factor with post-strata codes. "0". "2". Value The function returns a data frame of size D*2 with the following columns: Domain domain codes in ascending order. PsSynthetic post-stratified synthetic estimators of domain means of variable y. . "0". sweight or ps are ignored. sweight=weight. ps=educ.N. sweight vector (same size as y) with the sampling weights of the units. Cases with NA values in y.c("provlab".-2]. ssd Examples # Compute post-stratified synthetic estimators of mean income # for provinces considering the education levels codes # (variable educ) as post-strata. References . See Also direct. "prov". "Small Area Estimation". Wiley. data=incomedata) result1 # Now with province codes as domain codes colnames(sizeprovedu) <. (2003).c("provlab". # Load data set data(incomedata) # Load province sizes by education levels data(sizeprovedu) # Compute post-stratified synthetic estimators with province labels # as domain codes colnames(sizeprovedu) <. "3") result1 <. sweight=weight. London. "1".pssynt(y=income.K.Rao. J. Each remaining column contains the domain population sizes for each post-strata. "prov". domsizebyps=sizeprovedu[.

codes and population sizes by age for domains in data set incomedata. age1: province count for age group <16. provlab: province name. . age4: province count for age group 50-64. age3: province count for age group 25-49. Description Identifiers and population sizes for domains in data set incomedata. age5: province count for age group >=65. provlab: province name. data=incomedata) result2 sizeprov Domain population sizes. Usage data(sizeprov) Format A data frame with 52 observations on the following 3 variables. Usage data(sizeprovage) Format A data frame with 52 observations on the following 7 variables. sizeprovage Domain population sizes by age. Description Names.38 sizeprovage domsizebyps=sizeprovedu[.-1]. Nd: province population count. age2: province count for age group 16-24. prov: province code. prov: province code.

codes and population sizes by labor force status for domains in data set incomedata. labor1 province count for labor force status 1 (employed). labor0 province count for labor force status 0 (age<16). sizeprovlab Domain population sizes by labor force status.sizeprovedu sizeprovedu 39 Domain population sizes by level of education. educ2: province count for education level 2 (secondary education). Usage data(sizeprovedu) Format A data frame with 52 observations on the following 6 variables. educ1: province count for education level 1 (primary education). . Description Names. provlab: province name. labor2 province count for labor force status 2 (unemployed). prov: province code. labor3 province count for labor force status 3 (inactive). prov: province code. educ3: province count for education level 3 (post-secondary education). provlab: province name. Usage data(sizeprovlab) Format A data frame with 52 observations on the following 6 variables. educ0: province count for education level 0 (age<16). Description Identifiers and population sizes by level of education for domains in data set incomedata.

Usage data(spacetime) Format A data frame with 33 observations on the following 6 variables. Area: numeric domain indicator. prov: province code. codes and population sizes for Spanish or non Spanish nationality for domains in data set incomedata. nat1: province count for Spanish nationality. Description Names. Description Synthetic area level data with spatial and temporal correlation.40 spacetime sizeprovnat Domain population sizes for Spanish or non Spanish nationality. X2: second auxiliary variable at domain level. Time: numeric time instant indicator. Usage data(sizeprovnat) Format A data frame with 52 observations on the following 4 variables. Var: sampling variances of direct estimators for each domain. nat2: province count for non Spanish nationality. provlab: province name. X1: first auxiliary variable at domain level. Y: direct estimators of the target variable in the domains. . spacetime Synthetic area level data with spatial and temporal correlation.

Usage data(spacetimeprox) Format The values are numbers in the interval [0. data) Arguments dom vector or factor (same size as y) with domain codes. By default the variables are taken from the environment from which ssd is called. direct matrix or data frame with domain codes in the first column and the corresponding direct estimators of domain means in the second column. Description Calculates sample size dependent estimators of domain means. direct. synthetic matrix or data frame with domain codes in the first column and the corresponding synthetic estimators of domain means in the second column. ssd Sample size dependent estimator. delta constant involved in sample size dependent estimator.1] containing the proximity of the row and column domains. spacetimeprox Description Example of proximity matrix for the domains included in data set spacetime.spacetimeprox 41 Proximity matrix for the spatio-temporal Fay-Herriot model. The sum of the values of each row is equal to 1. . synthetic. domsize matrix or data frame with domain codes in the first column and the corresponding domain population sizes in the second column. data optional data frame containing the variables named in dom and sweight. controlling how much strength to borrow. delta = 1. The estimators involved in the composition must be given as function arguments. sweight vector (same size as dom) with sampling weights of the units. Usage ssd(dom. Default value is 1. as composition of direct and synthetic estimators. domsize. sweight.

London. sample size dependent estimators of domain means.. "3") synth <. Singh. Cases with NA values in dom or sweight are ignored.Drew.H. data=incomedata) # Compute sample size dependent estimators of province mean income # by composition of Horvitz-Thompson direct estimators and # post-stratified estimators for delta=1 comp <. "0". pssynt Examples # We compute sample size dependent estimators of mean income by # composition of the Horvitz-Thompson direct estimator and the # post-stratified synthetic estimator with age groups as post-strata. G.P.c("provlab". Evaluation of small area estimation techniques for the Canadian Labour Force Survey.pssynt(y=income. K. ps=educ. domsize=sizeprov[. domsizebyps=sizeprovedu[. data=incomedata) comp . Wiley. sweight=weight. "1". sweight=weight. "2".c("Domain". J. sweight=weight. (1982). M. See Also direct. # Load data set data(incomedata) # Load population sizes of provinces (domains) data(sizeprov) # First we compute Horvitz-Thompson direct estimators dir <.3)]. dom=provlab. weights attached to direct estimators in the composition.ssd(dom=provlab.c(1.-2].Rao. 17-47. (2003).c(1. "prov". Survey Methodology 8. Small Area Estimation. direct=dir[.42 ssd Value The function returns a data frame of size D*2 with the following columns: Domain ssd CompWeight domain codes in ascending order. and Choudhry. N.direct(y=income.3)]. synthetic=synth. D. . data=incomedata) # Now we compute post-stratified synthetic estimators with education # levels as post-strata # Load province sizes by education levels data(sizeprovedu) # Compute post-stratified synthetic estimators colnames(sizeprovedu) <."Direct")]. References . domsize=sizeprov[.

Xoutsamp Xoutsamp 43 Out-of-sample values of auxiliary variables for 5 domains. educ1: indicator of education level 1 (primary education). Description Values of p auxiliary variables for out-of-sample units within 5 domains of data set incomedata. age3: indicator of age group 25-49. age5: indicator of age group >=65. age4: indicator of age group 50-64. Usage data(Xoutsamp) Format A data frame with 713301 observations on the following 10 variables. labor2: indicator of being unemployed. educ3: indicator of education level 3 (post-secondary education). . nat1: indicator of Spanish nationality. age2: indicator of age group 16-24. labor1: indicator of being employed. domain: a numeric vector with the domain codes.

34 pssynt. 41 spacetimeprox. 42 sae (sae-package). 15. 20. 9. 43 milk. 26. 34 pssynt. 37. 11. 11 eblupFH. 17. 17. 10. 24 eblupSFH. 15. 31 eblupBHF. 25. 13. 6 cornsoybeanmeans. 22 sizeprov. 7 ebBHF. 39 sizeprovnat. 21. 5 cornsoybeanmeans. 28 pbmseebBHF. 30 pbmseSFH. 24. 6 44 . 2 sae-package. 38–40. 25. 41 Xoutsamp. 40 spacetime. 22 mseSFH. 8. 4 cornsoybean. 41 direct. 9 eblupBHF. 16. 32 pbmseSTFH. 23. 17 mseFH. 6 Xoutsamp. 23. 22 mseSFH. 28 pbmseebBHF. 2 sizeprov. 25–28. 13. 20 incomedata. 15 eblupSTFH. 26 pbmseBHF. 35 formula. 9–12. 27. 36. 39 sizeprovnat. 38 sizeprovage. 17. 21 milk. 6 grapes. 14. 27. 43 ∗Topic method bxcx. 30–35 grapes. 17. 30 pbmseSFH. 41 ssd. 27. 38 sizeprovedu. 40 spacetimeprox. 20 grapesprox. 33 pbmseBHF. 40. 29 eblupFH. 8. 33 npbmseSFH. 6 direct. 20 incomedata. 38 sizeprovedu.Index ∗Topic datasets cornsoybean. 37. 38 sizeprovage. 13 eblupSFH. 43 diagonalizematrix. 41 bxcx. 25. 7. 4 diagonalizematrix. 40 spacetime. 20 grapesprox. 32 pbmseSTFH. 19. 33 eblupSTFH. 36 ssd. 42 ebBHF. 39 sizeprovlab. 24 npbmseSFH. 22 mseFH. 5. 39 sizeprovlab. 18.

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