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Course: MATH 1100, Fall 2008
School: UNC Charlotte
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Learning Mathematics Center Hours Fall 2008 (All MLC tutoring is in Fret 315 except as noted) Monday Thursday noon 12 2 pm 4 pm 7 pm Friday 12 3 pm (5 pm - 7 pm M, 4 7 pm T, and 4 5 pm R in Fret 307)

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PH1745: Sampling Techniques for Health Surveys Fall 2004, MW 3 5pm, W228 Course Schedule and Reading Assignments:Key to reading assignments: author's initial followed by chapter or section number: LL=Levy/Lemeshow; L=Lee et al.; K=Kalton; C=Cochran
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The six phases of sample study:1. Planning Phase Purpose: problem statement - pay attention to the origin of the problem &quot;A problem exists only if there is more than one answer.&quot; Problem analysis: reformulation of the problem in statistical terms
Mt. Marty - PH - 1745
Importance of Design: &quot;A complete overhauling of the process of the collection, or of experimental design, may often increase the yield ten or twelve fold, for the same cost in time and labor. To consult a statistician after experiment is finished is
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Simple random samplingBasic ideas: 1. &quot;Random&quot; refers to the method of selecting a sample rather than to the particular sample selected. It refers the process rather the outcome of the process. 2. The random selection process determines the selectio
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Simple Random SamplingBasic ideas: 1. &quot;Random&quot; refers to the method of selecting a sample rather than to the particular sample selected. It refers the process rather the outcome of the process. 2. The random selection process determines the selectio
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Some mathematics with simple random sampling Number of unique samples: (N=population size; n=sample size) Type of sampling With replacement Order considered Nn N ( N - 1).( N - n + 1) Order not considered N + n - 1 n N n Without replacem
Mt. Marty - PH - 1745
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Mt. Marty - PH - 1745
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Stratified Random SamplingBasic ideas: A stratified random sample is obtained by separating population elements into nonoverlapping groups (strata) and selecting a simple random sample from each stratum. The idea of stratification is similar to bl
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Cluster SamplingBasic ideas: A population can often be grouped in clusters. It will be moreconvenient and less expensive to sample in clusters than individually. Cluster sampling is only practical way to sample in many situations. Geographic c
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Two-Stage Cluster Sampling from Equal ClustersBasic ideas: A two-stage sampling is a natural extension of one-stage cluster sampling when a hierarchical frame is used. Use of two-stage sampling will improve design efficiency when the within cluste
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Two-stage sampling from unequal clusters(This note supplements the second half of Chapter 10 and Chapter 11) Basic ideas: The size of most natural clusters used for sampling purposes is unequal. In addition to the notations used for two-stage sam
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Mt. Marty - PH - 1745
Sources of Errors in SurveysBasic issues: Thus far we have dealt with sampling errors. But there are different types of errors, i.e., nonsampling errors, and we need to aware of nonsampling errors in conducting sample studies.Types of nonsampling
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Sampling Methods for Rare EventsBasic Ideas: When we survey rare events, the conventional methods of sampling and estimation may be unsatisfactory. Even a large sample may not provide enough rare events. In such cases we may consider using the foll
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Sampling Methods for Rare EventsBasic Ideas: When we survey rare events, the conventional methods of sampling and estimation may be unsatisfactory. Even a large sample may not provide enough rare events. In such cases we may consider using the fo
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Randomized Response TechniquesBasic ideas: To reduce refusals and distorted responses to a sensitive question in a survey, a statistical method has been developed. This method is designed to estimate the proportion of sensitive attribute, while p
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