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Methodological notes

The report series LORE methodological notes was started in 2014 to complement the LORE working papers. The methodological notes are intended to be quick and very brief reports that serves to document the various methodological tests and evaluations that LORE conducts.


Varying the front page of a reminder postcard: Impact on panel subscription in a probability sampled recruitment

LORE methodological note 2019:3Author: Sebastian Lundmark


Recruitment to the Citizen Panel. Reminder by postcard or text message

LORE methodological note 2019:2
Author: Klara Wärnlöf Bové

The effect of comfort questions on survey evaluation scores

LORE methodological note 2019:1Author: Edward Holgersson


Effects of telephone reminders on survey response rates in the SOM-surveys
LORE methodological note 2018:1Author: Sofia Arkhede


Recruitment to the Migration Attitudes panel. Recruitment rates and demographic differences

LORE methodological note 2017:2Author: Per Eisele


Incentivizing the SOM-surveys: Estimating the effects on questionnaire response rates

LORE methodological note 2017:1Authors: Sofia Arkhede, Henrik Oscarsson and Frida Vernersdotter


The effect of delayed first survey invitation to a newly recruited panel

LORE methodological note 2016:3Author: Johan Martinsson


The effect of including survey evaluation rating questions on subsequent open ended comments

LORE methodological note 2016:2Authors: Johan Martinsson and Elias Markstedt


Survey evaluations and coding of open-ended comments

LORE methodological note 2016:1Authors: Elias Markstedt and Johan Martinsson


Who comments surveys?
LORE methodological note 2015:8

Authors: Elias Markstedt and Johan Martinsson


Effects of additional reminders on survey participation and attrition

LORE methodological note 2015:7

Authors: Johan Martinsson and Maria Andreasson


Survey reminder timing – the effect of time between contact attempts

LORE methodological note 2015:6

Authors: Elias Markstedt and Johan Martinsson


Do gender, status and personalization of survey sender's signature affect response rates and evaluations of survey?

LORE methodological note 2015:5

Author: Maria Andreasson


Does explicit instruction to answer quickly speed up respondents in web surveys?

LORE methodological note 2015:4

Authors: Benedek Kurdi and Levente Littvay


Effects of giving examples in questions about global epidemics

LORE methodological note 2015:3

Author: Jonas Hägglund


Are incentives more efficient when recruiting to a panel or when inviting to a survey?

LORE methodological note 2015:2

Authors: Johan Martinsson and Karolina Riedel


Attitude stability in a self-recruited web-panel across ten panel waves

LORE methodological note 2015:1Authors: Johan Martinsson and Marcus Samanni

Day of the week for survey dispatch: effects on participation rates

LORE methodological note 2014:20

Author: Maria Andreasson


Offering an incentive in web panel recruitment. Most efficiently introduced at a later stage?
LORE methodological note 2014:19

Authors: Johan Martinsson and Karolina Riedel


When during the day do respondents want their e-mail survey invitation?
LORE methodological note 2014:18

Authors: Elias Markstedt and Johan Martinsson


When to send e-mail survey invitations during the day
LORE methodological note 2014:17

Author: Elias Markstedt


Topical survey invitations and issue opinions
LORE methodological note 2014:16

Author: Karolina Riedel


Altruistic or egoistic framing, and placement of recruitment questions in on-line surveys
LORE methodological note 2014:15

Authors: Johan Martinsson and Karolina Riedel


Personalization and incentives. Who can be convinced to join a web panel?
LORE methodological note 2014:14

Authors: Johan Martinsson and Karolina Riedel


Does mentioning recruitment source in invitation emails affect participation and completion rates?
LORE methodological note 2014:13

Author: Maria Andreasson


Device used to answer web surveys – data quality
LORE methodological note 2014:12

Authors: Elias Markstedt and Johan Martinsson


Device used to answer web surveys – demographics and stability LORE methodological note 2014:11

Author: Elias Markstedt


The long-term development of cumulative response rates in a probability based web panel

LORE methodological note 2014:10

Authors: Johan Martinsson and Karolina Riedel


Demographic and geographic differences in recruitment rates to a probability based web panel

LORE methodological note 2014:9

Author: Karolina Riedel


Recruitment effects of reminders, personalization and incentives

LORE methodological note 2014:8

Authors: Johan Martinsson and Karolina Riedel


Recruitment rates in different geographic areas and using different recruitment topics

LORE methodological note 2014:7

Author: Karolina Riedel


Auto-coding versus manual coding of most important problem

LORE methodological note 2014:6

Author: Elias Markstedt  


The effect of reminders – second case

LORE methodological note 2014:5

Author: Elias Markstedt


Effects of Progress Bars in Web Surveys

LORE methodological note 2014:4

Author: Maria Andreasson


The effect of reminders – first case

LORE methodological note 2014:3

Author: Elias Markstedt


Panel recruitment in the beginning or end of a survey

LORE methodological note 2014:2

Author: Elias Markstedt  


Afternoon and morning dispatch effects on participation rates

LORE methodological note 2014:1

Author: Elias Markstedt


Page Manager: Daniel Jansson|Last update: 10/14/2019

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Utskriftsdatum: 2020-07-06