Composite sampling, Advanced Statistics

A procedure whereby the collection of multiple sample units are combined in their entirety or in part, to form the new sample. One or more succeeding measurements are taken on the combined sample, and information on the sample units is lost. An instance is Dorfman's scheme. Because composite samples mask the respondent's identity their use may progress rates of test participation in the senstive reigns such as testing for HIV.

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