sample design

sample design

[′sam·pəl di‚zīn]
(statistics)
A procedure or plan drawn up before any data are collected to obtain a sample from a given population. Also known as sampling plan; survey design.
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Additional information on sample design and data limitations for specific SOI studies can be found in the separate SOI reports.
In its infancy, the CES program first published estimates without a formal sample design.
In the report, "Reduced Incidence of Chikungunya Virus Infection in Communities with Ongoing Aedes Aegypti Mosquito Trap Intervention Studies--Salinas and Guayama, Puerto Rico, November 2015--February 2016," the last sentence of the fifth paragraph should have read, "After adjustment for sample design, the proportion of chikungunya virus IgG antibody among participants from the two intervention communities was one half that of participants from nonintervention communities (risk ratio = 0-52, 95% confidence interval = 0-38-0-71) (Table)-" The report was first published online as an Early Release on May 10, 2016, and is now contained in this regular May 13 issue
Taking into account practical considerations and using a little finesse during the sample design and planning stages can ease the implementation and facilitate future use and maintenance of the fixed-asset listing.
Sample Design, Pilot Study, Survey Data Generation Of Database And Results And Results For The Third National Health Survey Ens 2014
The results of the alternative models demonstrate that depending on the variables of interest, authors who fail to incorporate sample design information or fail to consider the effects of weighting may draw improper inferences from their regression models.
This edition also adds two new chapters on sample design and implementation, and four methodology appendices on sampling models, organizational surveys, questionnaire evaluation, and cognitive interviewing.
All reported margins of sampling error include the computed design effects for weighting and sample design.
TABLE 1 Sample Design For 3-Tier Hospital Benefits Program Domestic PPO Non PPO Deductible $250 $500 $1,000 Physician copayment $20 $40 N/A Coinsurance 90% 80% 60% Out-of-pocket limit $1,250 $2,000 $4,000 TABLE 2 Sample Hospital Benefits Design With HRA PPO Non PPO Deductible $1,000 $2,000 Physician copayment N/A N/A Coinsurance 80% 60% Out-of-pocket limit $2,500 $5,000 TABLE 3 Sample Design For Hospital Rx Benefits Tier Benefit Level Domestic (all tiers) $10 copay Tier 1 $15 copay + 10% coinsurance Tier 2 $25 copay + 20% coinsurance Tier 3 $30 copay + 30% coinsurance
Included in the manual are chapters on SASS design, content, and methodology; sample design and implementation; data collection; response rates; data processing; imputation procedures; weighting and variance estimation; reviewing the quality of SASS data; differences between the restricted-use and public-use data files; sampling, created, weighting, and imputation flag variables; and user notes and cautions.
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, California Health Interview Survey: Survey Methodology and Sample Design, 2002, <http://www.
When an estimate is made using a statistical sample, the estimated value would be expected to be different if a different sample selection was taken from the same population using exactly the same type of sample design and the same sample size.