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STA 304H1S/1003H S WINTER 2014, First Test, February 14 (20%)
Duration: 55 min. Allowed: nonprogrammable handcalculator, aidsheet, one page, with
theoretical formulas only, as posted on the website; the test contains 5
STA304 H1 S/1003 H S
Winter 2014
Dragan Banjevic
(II part 2)
1
Sources of Errors in Surveys (I)
Sampling Errors: Due to random sampling (observing a random
sample instead of the whole population), controlled by sample
design, sample size and error bound.
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STA 322H1 S WINTER 2008, Second Test, March 25 (20%)
Duration: 50min. Allowed: handcalculator, aidsheet, one side, with theoretical
formulas and definitions only (check whether you have all 4 pages of the test)
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STA304H1F/1003HF Summer 2015: Lecture 4
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Grad students have full access to STA304 on Blackboard and
CQUEST labs
Late assignments?!
Test #1 on Tuesday, June 2, 2015 from
STA 304 H1F/ 1003 H1F Summer 2015
Course Title Surveys, Sampling and Observational Data
Lectures:
Tuesdays and Thursdays 69pm in SS 2117
Course website:
Available through https:/portal.utoronto.ca (UT Blackboard)
Instructor:
Dr. Shivon SueChee (Email:
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Faculty of Arts and Science
STA304H1F/1003HF SUMMER 2015 MIDTERM TEST SOLUTIONS
Duration 2 hours
Aids: Onesided handwritten notes (8 1/2 x 11) and a nonprogrammable calculator.
Instructions: Please answer questions on the question
STA 304H1/STA1003H S  MIDTERM
Tadeu A. Ferreira
Department of Statistical Sciences  University of Toronto
February 25, 2015
LAST NAME:
FIRST NAME:
STUDENT NUMBER:
SIGNATURE:
For all other questions, show your work to earn full marks and then CIRCLE the
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STA 304H1F WINTER 2014, Second Test, March 21 (20%)
Duration: 55 min. Allowed: nonprogrammable handcalculator, aidsheet, four pages, with
theoretical formulas only, as posted on the website; the test contains 4 pages,
STA 304/1003 Lecture 2
You should know .
Types of investigations: observational study vs designed
experiment
Terms: element/observation unit, target population, sampling
frame, sampling unit, sample, sampled population ( 2.2)
Types of sampling: Convenienc
STA304H1F/1003HF Summer 2015: Lecture 3
Admin:
Assignment #1 due in class on Thursday, May 21 by 6:10pm
Instructor and TA oce hours
Virtual instructor oce hours
Cquest available: RW labs
You should know.:
How to overcome selection bias and errors of obser
STA304H1F/1003HF Summer 2015: Lecture 4
Innite population:
innitely many units exist
randomly sampled elements have the same chance of being
selected
selections are independent of one another
oppositie to nite population
probability models
approximate dis
STA304H1F/1003HF Summer 2015: Lecture 11
You should know.
What is onestage vs twostage cluster sampling?
What are primary and secondary sampling units?
What are the two types of estimation in cluster sampling?
When are they equivalent?
Unbiased and rati
STA304H1F/1003HF Summer 2015: Lecture 10
We should learn.
When is systematic sampling not appropriate?
When is systematic sampling nearly equivalent to SRS?
Why is repeated systematic sampling used?
What is onestage cluster sampling?
What is the tradeo
STA304H1F/1003HF Summer 2015: Lecture 9
We should learn.
What is ratio and regression estimation?
Dene relative eciency of two (nearly) unbiased estimators.
What is modelassisted estimation?
What is systematic sampling? Its advantages and
disadvantages.
STA304H1F/1003HF Summer 2015: Lecture 8
Test papers will be returned today
Submit a written request for any remarking for papers written
in ink
Assignment #2 is posted; discussion in our 3rd hour
Today:
Review: Ratio, regressionbased estimation
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Test papers to be returned on Tues. June 9
Solutions are posted in Blackboard
Reminder: Missed Test and Test remark policy
Today: Ratio, regression, and dierence estimation Ch. 6
Exclude 6.5, 6.9
Final Exam: 79pm,
STA304H1F/1003HF Summer 2015: Lecture 6
Assignments will be returned today in the 3rd hour
Midterm Test:
When: Tuesday, June 2, 2015 from 6:108:10pm
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STA 304H1 F SUMMER 2011, First Test, June 2 (20%)
Duration:
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STA 304H1 F/1003H F SUMMER 2010, First Test, May 27 (20%)
Duration: 60 min. Allowed: handcalculator, aidsheet, one side, with theoretical
formulas and definitions only.
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STA 304H1S SUMMER 2009, Second Test, June 11 (20%)
Duration: 50min. Allowed: handcalculator, aidsheet, one side, with theoretical
formulas and definitions only
[50] 1) A survey was recently conducted using an SRS of
STA304 H1 F/1003 H F
Summer 2016
Dragan Banjevic
(VII Systematic sampling, Ch. 7)
1
Systematic Sampling (I)
Remainder on basics
Basics: Elements are selected from an ordered sampling frame.
First element is selected at random, subsequent elements follow a
STA304 H1 S/1003 H S
Summer 2016
Dragan Banjevic
(V part 2, stratified)
1
Stratified Sampling: Allocation (I)
Selecting the allocation and sample size (I)
Summary : Using given allocation a1 , a2 ,., aL , find n :
Case I : Fixed error bound B for , or
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STA304 H1 F/1003 H F
Summer 2016
Dragan Banjevic
(VI part 1, 2 Ratio estimation, Ch. 6)
1
Ratio Estimation: Basics (I)
Population ratio: Introduction (I) Several
variables
Population: E = cfw_e1, e2, e3, . , eN
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y(e) measured at
Variables:
y, x, z, t,
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