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random sampling

[′ran·dəm ′sam·pliŋ]
(statistics)
A sampling from some population where each entry has an equal chance of being drawn.
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For both stratified and random sampling methods, the R-chart is found to be more sensitive than the [bar.
Remove Elois Zeanah from Office, said his group welcomed the full count because it would verify much more powerfully than a random sampling that voters want the slow-growth Zeanah off the City Council.
Flex Recording is designed to ensure that a true random sampling of calls is captured among an agent group or within a contact center, providing an accurate representation of an agent's interactions with a company's prospects or clients.
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In addition to the confidential survey of a random sampling of Allstate employees, the best-places-to-work criteria included a review of company policies, practices in pay, benefits, perks, turnover rates, training and opportunity for advancement, diversity, work-life balance, employee voice in the workplace and community involvement.
The study then compares these views to a stratified random sampling of more than 2,100 American workers.
In addition, the 900 Autosampler offers user-defined random sampling capability for added flexibility and convenience.
SYSTAT 11 introduces Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) algorithms, new Quality Analysis features, new probability distributions with associated probability calculations, new random sampling and fitting distributions procedures, an enhanced regression suite and an improved user interface with advanced interactive graphics features.
Estimates of accuracy in relation to the DailyHorse software were conducted from a random sampling of horse races between January and March 2004.
We are not surprised that the survey audience, which consisted of a random sampling and included technologically savvy storage managers, preferred tape backup over any other methods.