Author guidelines

Submissions must be made online at MyReview before the 30th of April 2014.

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The official language of the “8th French Colloquium in Survey Sampling/8e Colloque Francophone sur les sondages” is French. The non-French speaking authors may present their oral communication in English. The oral presentations slides will be in French or English, the latter being very appreciated by the non-French speaking participants. The acceptation of the paper by the Program Committee will be based upon a referee process.

To submit a paper for the “8th French Colloquium in Survey Sampling/8e Colloque Francophone sur les sondages”, authors must prepare 4 elements:

  • A title in lower case letters without carriage return (“copy-paste” from Word are to be avoided while Latex commands, except the bibliographic reference command \cite{}, are accepted).
  •  An abstract of 250 words, in French, which will be published in the participant abstract booklet. The abstract should be written in the «Abstract Submission form» from the submission page and it should give a quick and precise idea about the topic of the paper.  The title and the authors should not be mentioned here. An English version or key-words are not required either. This abstract should be written in lower case letters without carriage return (“copy-paste” from Word are to be avoided while Latex commands, except the bibliographic reference command \cite{}, are accepted).
  •  A topic among the ones listed below. This topic will facilitate the referee process of the Program Committee.
    Access to Survey Data

    Analytic Studies

    Multi-frame Surveys

    Calibration

    Confidentiality

    Data Editing

     Big Data

    Sampling

    Surveys in developing countries

    Economic surveys

    Education surveys

    Political surveys

    Business surveys

    International surveys

    Longitudinal surveys

    Marketing surveys

    Household surveys

    Multimode surveys

    Health surveys

    Social surveys

    Variance Estimation

    Small-Area Estimation

    History of Survey sampling

    Inventory of Fauna and Flora

    Audience measurement

    Data collecting methods

    Data collecting modes

    Paradata

    Quality in Surveys

    Census and Administrative files

    Respondent-driven sampling

    Indirect Surveys

    Surveys with functional data

    Non-response   treatment

    Adaptive sampling

    Other

  •  A long text of 4 to 8 pages which will be available on the conference website. This text should contain the title and the author names as well as their affiliations and addresses. It would also contain a detailed description of the communication (in French for the French speaking authors, otherwise in English) together with a short abstract in French, a list of key-words and references. Authors must submit  a PDF file and use the following gabarit files (in Latex or Word):   Gabarit_e.doc and Gabarit_e.tex .

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