sampling techniques

sampling techniques

[′sam·pliŋ tek‚nēks]
(statistics)
The methods used in drawing samples from a population usually in such a manner that the sample will facilitate determination of some hypothesis concerning the population.
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Following this programme, an Induced Polarisation and Resistivity survey ('IP survey') will be conducted on top of and along strike of the main copper trends, the objective being to identify sulphide targets which may be blind to surface mapping and geochemical sampling techniques.
From assistance in procurement, to training in sampling techniques for controlling the presence of toxic algal species, to preparing the samples, the journey that scientists in Cuba have taken will create an impact even beyond their country, Alonso-Hernandez said.
The workshop comprises of six modules, which covered the major areas related to blood tests for disease diagnosis, haemopoiesis sample required and sampling techniques, blood chemistry tests, renal physiological correlation in relation to the disease picture, brucellosis antibody rapid test kit, liver function test (LFT) of different parameters in relation to the disease picture, significance of (CFS, fecal sample, vaginal fluid) in disease diagnosis, postmortem and ELISA interpretation in poultry disease and small animal ultrasonography etc.
In the afternoon, participants will travel to nearby Carter Farms to see a standing cover crop and learn cover crop management and soil sampling techniques.
So, in order to avoid generating variant and misleading Hb results, healthcare personnel drawing blood must adhere to strict and standardized blood sampling techniques which ensure accurate and consistent POCT results that are comparable to laboratory techniques.
It describes the history of rotenone registration, label directions, its use as a fish management tool, information on formulations and environmental fate, its toxicity to fish and wildlife, public health and concerns, and product stewardship; guidance on rotenone project planning procedures and how the Standard Operating Procedures are used in successful planning; various sampling techniques used to monitor the biotic and abiotic components of the aquatic environment; and Standard Operating Procedures that complement the label.
* To examine the sampling techniques adopted in studies investigating media coverage of China's engagement in other nations.
Commonly used sampling techniques are falling to the following three categories: oversampling methods, undersampling methods, and hybrid method.
Endometrial pipelle biopsy, D&C without hysteroscopy, endometrial lavage, and endometrial brush biopsy all constitute "blind" sampling techniques. Targeted biopsy techniques include hysteroscopy D&C and saline infusion sonohysterography-guided biopsy.
For the present study, six government and nine private hospitals were selected using simple random sampling techniques. A random sample of 320 female nurses was taken to explore the research objectives through a pre-designed interview schedule.
The training workshop covered BDO International Audit Methodology updates on the audit process including planning and execution of audit using risk based approach and provided updates on client acceptance procedures and sampling techniques. It also included an update on the enhanced features built in BDO's APT software and recent global developments in the audit practice.
Venous Sampling Techniques. The portal vein sampling was done in a dedicated fluoroscopy animal suite (Infinix AX, Toshiba Inc., Tokyo, Japan).