Sampling_PPT_EDP 371(1) - Sampling Key Terms in Sampling...

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Sampling
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Key Terms in Sampling
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Statistical Terms in Sampling
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Sampling Distributions
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Sampling Error
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Probability Sampling Simple Random Sampling
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Stratified Random sampling
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Systematic Random Sampling
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Cluster Random Sampling
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Nonprobability sampling Convenience or haphazard sampling Purposive sampling Expert Quota Heterogeneity Snowball
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Example of Sampling Plan The sample of land-line telephone exchanges called was randomly selected by a computer from a complete list of more than 69,000 active residential exchanges across the country. The exchanges were chosen so as to ensure that each region of the country was represented in proportion to its population.
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Within each exchange, random digits were added to form a complete telephone number, thus permitting access to listed and unlisted numbers alike. Within each household, one adult was designated by a random procedure to be the respondent for the survey. To increase coverage, this land-line
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2012 for the course BIO 359K taught by Professor Mcclelland during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Sampling_PPT_EDP 371(1) - Sampling Key Terms in Sampling...

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