What is ReGenesees
ReGenesees (R Evolved Generalized Software for Sampling Estimates and Errors in Surveys) is a full-fledged R software for design-based and model-assisted analysis of complex sample surveys. This system is the outcome of a long term research and development project, aimed at defining a new standard for calibration, estimation and sampling error assessment to be adopted in all large scale sample surveys routinely carried out by Istat (the Italian National Institute of Statistics).
System Architecture ReGenesees has a clear-cut two-layer architecture: the application layer of the system is embedded into an R package named ReGenesees. A second R package, called ReGenesees.GUI, implements the presentation layer of the system (namely a Tcl/Tk GUI). Both packages can be run under Windows as well as under Mac, Linux and most of the Unix like operating systems. While the ReGenesees.GUI package requires the ReGenesees package, the latter can be used also without the GUI on top. Thus the statistical functions of the system will always be accessible by users interacting with R through the traditional command-line interface. On the contrary, less experienced R users will take advantage from the user-friendly mouse-click GUI.
Main Statistical Functions > Complex Sampling Designs
If you are familiar with the phases and sub-processes of the Generic Statistical Business Process Model, please add labels to this page to categorise the software, using the 'Edit labels' option at the bottom left of the screen. Please choose from the existing labels e.g. 'gsbpm4_1' for GSBPM 4.1, 'select sample'. You can view the full list of phases and sub-processes here.
Other users of this software are encouraged to evaluate it and share their experiences using the comment option on this wiki page, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org