A replicate weight is a special type of sampling weight developed for protecting the privacy of individuals in surveys. Replicate weights are rarely used in practice and then virtually only by government statistical agencies (this rareness of use is due to the complexity of using replicate weights). Other than noting that special-purpose software is required to analyze data containing replicate weights (e.g., Westat, Stata), they are not discussed further.
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