multiple stratification

multiple stratification

[′məl·tə·pəl ‚strad·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(statistics)
Division of a population into two or more parts with respect to two or more variables.
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Fabrizi and Trivisano (2007) suggested a method for determining stratum boundaries when multiple stratification variables are available along with prior-survey response data.
Consequently, rather than positing two distinct strata, a more plausible model would be one of increasing transformation with multiple stratification, each building on the previous.
Using Wines & Vines' comprehensive database of all 7,400+ wineries across the United States, the ShipCompliant transactions are the basis to project estimates across all wineries using multiple stratifications including but not limited to location of winery, annual production of winery, bottle price, specified varietals, and destination of shipment.
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