random sampling


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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.
Also, if the items close to one another are more homogeneous than those farther away, as in a survey of family incomes, simple random sampling may not provide a representative sample.
It is to be noted that, even though the random sampling method is almost 2.
They turn in a few more than they need, the random sampling doesn't qualify and we have to do a full check,'' he said.
The survey was sent to a random sampling of 10,000 Fortune 50 users of Genesys Meeting Center.
Random sampling in 51 of the state's 58 counties has verified 680,925 signatures of registered voters more than enough signatures to put the measure to the voters in November 2004 when the special election will be held.
The survey is being conducted this afternoon and tomorrow, and results will be available as they are obtained from this national random sampling of physicians.
the online survey polled a random sampling among a national Internet population of 1001 adults 18 years of age and older.
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.
Random sampling of pyritized patches and bands yielded trace to 1.
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.