sampling statistic

sampling statistic

n
(Statistics) any function of observed data, esp one used to estimate the corresponding parameter of the underlying distribution, such as the sample mean, sample variance, etc. Compare estimator, parameter
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Sampling statistics aren't working in our favor here, either; if a specimen has 1 cfu/ml, we would actually need to sample almost 3 ml to achieve a 95 percent probability of getting that one colony.
The author covers concepts in probability and sampling statistics, structural reliability theory, reliability analysis, risk assessment, and a wide variety of other related subjects over the course of the bookAEs four chapters.
Then, having clearly demonstrated a complete lack of understanding of sampling statistics, this anonymous source goes off into a flight of fantasy.
2] are sufficiently large to provide a joint normal distribution of the sampling statistics.
Real time perfect data reporting is often unnecessary, and population sampling statistics, outiler analysis, and non-parametric statistics can be effectively brought to bear given non-normal distributions or small sample sizes.