UCR SOC 005 STAT SPR 2010 Session 16 V2

# UCR SOC 005 STAT SPR 2010 Session 16 V2 - SOCIOLOGY005...

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE The University of   Mississippi Institute for Advanced Education  in Geospatial Science Session 16 Monday, 3 May 2010 David Swanson Watkins 1223 SOCIOLOGY 005  STATISTICAL ANALYSIS

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE The University of   Mississippi Institute for Advanced Education  in Geospatial Science Today’s Schedule Assignment # 2 Returned    Sampling: Basics and Drawing  Inferences from Samples, Part 1 Description of Assignment 3
THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE The University of   Mississippi Institute for Advanced Education  in Geospatial Science Today’s Schedule      Sampling: Basics and Drawing  Inferences from Samples, Part 1

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE The University of   Mississippi Institute for Advanced Education  in Geospatial Science Sampling Concepts & Terms
THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE The University of   Mississippi Institute for Advanced Education  in Geospatial Science Why Sample? WHY SAMPLE?           THE TRIPLE CONSTRAINT                             Precision                                    |                                 /  \                          Cost    Time

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE The University of   Mississippi Institute for Advanced Education  in Geospatial Science Basic Sampling  Terminology and Concepts
THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE The University of   Mississippi Institute for Advanced Education  in Geospatial Science Some Definitions N = the number of cases in the  sampling frame n = the number of cases in the sample N C n  = the number of combinations  (subsets) of n from N f = n/N = the sampling fraction

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE The University of   Mississippi Institute for Advanced Education  in Geospatial Science Two Major Types of Sampling  Methods uses some form of random  selection requires that each unit have a  known (often equal)  probability of being selected                                                 selection is systematic or  selection is haphazard, but  not random Probability Sampling Probability Sampling Non-Probability Non-Probability Sampling Sampling
THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE The University of   Mississippi Institute for Advanced Education  in Geospatial Science Types of Probability Sampling Designs Simple Random Sampling Stratified Sampling Systematic Sampling Cluster (Area) Sampling Multistage Sampling

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UCR SOC 005 STAT SPR 2010 Session 16 V2 - SOCIOLOGY005...

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