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Topic: "Representative sampling?"
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Elliot Cramer

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Re: "Representative sampling?"
Posted: Nov 3, 2000 12:49 PM
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Thomas Gatliffe <> wrote:

: Aren't stratified and systematic sampling strategies, in fact, designed to
: be _more_ assured of "representative-ness" than simple random sampling?

stratified RANDOM sampling is fine but Fisher won the fight on systematic
sampling over 70 years ago.

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