Sampling and its Importance in Data Collection

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What is the main reason for using sampling instead of studying the entire population?

To reduce costs and field time

What does a sampling frame consist of?

List of all the sampling units from which sample is drawn

What is the characteristic of a population called?

Parameter

What is the target population in the context of sampling?

The population to be studied or to which the investigator wants to generalize his results

Why do we assume that our samples are representative of the population we are studying?

To make conclusions about the population based on sample results

What is the main reason for using sampling instead of studying the entire population?

To reduce costs and field time

Which term refers to the numerical characteristic of a population?

Parameter

What does a sampling frame consist of?

List of population elements from which units are sampled

What is the difference between probability and non-probability sampling?

Probability sampling allows for generalization, while non-probability sampling does not

What is the target population in the context of sampling?

The population to be studied or generalized to

Learn about the concept of sampling, the differences between sample and population, and the reasons for using sampling in data collection. Discover the advantages of sampling, such as cost-effectiveness and increased accuracy in data collection.

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