Multi stage sampling, Basic Statistics

Multi stage Sampling: This is a further development of cluster sampling. This techniques is meant for big inquiries extending to a considerably large l geographical area like an entire country. The first stage is to select large primary sampling units such as states then districts then towns and finally certain families within towns.

If the techniques of random sampling are applied at all stages the sampling procedure is described as multistage random sampling.

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