Systematic sampling, Mathematics

Systematic Sampling

Systematic sampling is a part of simple random sampling in descending or ascending orders. In systematic sampling a sample is drawn according to some predetermined object. Assume a population consists of 1000 units, and then every 10th, 20th or 50th item is selected. Systematic sampling method is very easy and economical. This also saves a lot of time

 

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