Sampling error and sampling bias, Other Management


Sampling error may  be  deiined  as the difference between  data obtained  from random sample and data  obtained  from  entire population.  Error may  be contained  In  sample data even when most careful  random sampling procedure has been used in obtaining the  sample sampling  error  is  not  under  researchers control. It is caused  by  the chance variations  that may occur when the sample is  chosen to represent  a population value. 

Sampling bias  occurs when  researcher  does not carefully select samples. Non- probability sampling methods are subjecrs  tc sampling bias. Sampling  error occurs  by  chance and researcher  causes  sanlpling bias.  

Posted Date: 11/2/2012 8:59:41 AM | Location : United States

Related Discussions:- Sampling error and sampling bias, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Sampling error and sampling bias, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Sampling error and sampling bias Discussions

Write discussion on Sampling error and sampling bias
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. Can FCA assist in setting up unit-based fees ("pay-as-youthrow")? Yes. FCA can be a helpful means in developing fair and equitable service fees. It also allows communities i

For our project we have to describe a value chain for an airport. Could you help me with what I need to describe at all the primary procesess.

Standards for library binding: The weigh of the stripped fabric shall not be less than 7.9 ounces per square yard. The total thread count including wrap and filling, shall not

Categories, Facets and Isolates: A solitary, unattached idea, which cannot be further, subdivided, and by itself it cannot form a subject, is called an isolate. For example, t

Question 1 What are the various advisory services offered by EXIM Bank? Question 2 Identify the significance of Post Shipment Finance. Discuss the post shipment finance sc

Reference Services: Reference services help the user define and identify his query correctly, bearing in mind how he intends to use the information, since this can affect the

Globe: The difference between a map and a globe is one of form. A map is any geographic image of the earth drawn to scale on a flat surface whereas a globe is a spherical rep

Question 1: (a) Operations management is an integral part of an organisation. Show how operations management can contribute to the success of an organisation. (b) Differen

Question 1 i) Explain the principles and importance of Quality ii) Differentiate between Quality Control and Quality Assurance Question 2 QFD is a customer driven planni