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## Statistics 110-002 Chapter 2

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# Statistics 110-002 Chapter 2 STAT 110 001

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Introduction to Statistical Reasoning
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Joshua M. Tebbs
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Date Created: 09/08/16
Statistics 110 Chapter 2 Samples, Good and Bad  How to Sample Badly: -The goal of statistical inference is to use the information in a sample of individuals to describe a larger population of individuals. -Sampling design- The way we select a sample from a population -A Convenience Sample- collects individuals that are the easiest to contact. Convenience sampling is biased. - Voluntary Response Sample- Includes individuals who choose themselves to be included. Voluntary Response is also biased.  Simple Random Samples: To avoid systematic underrepresentation, or bias, use impersonal chance to select individuals. -Simple Random Sampling (SRS)- The sample size or “n” has the same chance of being selected as any other sample of size. Each individual has the same chance of being selected. -Simple random sampling design is unbiased. -Table of Random digits- a list of numbers determined at random. -Sampling Frame- a list of all individuals in the population, (anyone who qualifies to be in a sample)  Final Comments: When selecting a sample of individuals, our goal is to choose one that is representative of the population. Unbiased: Simple Random Sampling Biased: Convenience sampling and Voluntary Response  Other Unbiased sampling designs: -Stratified sampling- individuals are first separated into strata (different groups; gender, race, income class, etc.) Then a SRS is taken from each stratum. This design ensures that individuals from different strata are represented. -Cluster Sampling- Select a sample of clusters (City blocks, high schools, etc.) then sample all individuals in each cluster selected. This is easier to construct that a SRS. -Systematic Sampling- Individuals are selected in a systematic way but in one that does not intentionally bias the results. example: -asking all USC students with ID number ending in “1” to fill out a survey -Selecting every 1000 visitor to a popular web site.

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