Tchuprow-Neymann allocation

Tchuprow-Neymann allocation

[′chü‚prəf ′nā·mən ‚al·ə‚kā·shən]
(statistics)
A technique of stratified sampling in which the size of each strata sample is proportional to the size of the strata population and the variance of the strata.
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