It has no nonstatistical
content and no commentary or analysis, whether its own or from external sources.
The document discusses the difference between statistical and nonstatistical
sampling of a population and lists factors to consider when designing a sampling strategy.
Moreover, this prohibition is neatly explained by a certain hypothesis about the rational basis of inductive reasoning--namely, the hypothesis that inductive reasoning is fundamentally reasoning about what normally happens (in a nonstatistical
Lastly, it was difficult to verify statements concerning amplification biases, reagent sequestration, and multiplexing with the limited nonstatistical
7 SSQ, sum of squares; df, degrees of freedom; MSQ, mean square; %ExplVar, % explained variance; ns, nonstatistical
significant (P> 0.
For example, under monetary unit sampling (sometimes called "dollar unit sampling"), desired precision equals audit materiality less a statistical or nonstatistical
estimate of the aggregate probable misstatement in the population tested.
In general, state sampling methodologies fall into one of two categories: nonstatistical
(judgment and block) and statistical (stratified random) sampling.
Squires and colleagues (4) also reported the use of nonstatistical
assessments resulting from a limited number of reviews that reported effect size/dose-response statistical analyses of effectiveness; clearly limiting their findings when comparing interventions.
Therefore, comparative area studies require a combination of theoretical and empirical approaches, such as examining the applicability of findings in the research of one region to another, and jointly evaluating hypotheses based on data from various regions, including nonstatistical
that only nonstatistical
evidence ought to be accepted.
sup] reported a nonstatistical
difference in stroke risk between patients receiving atypical and typical antipsychotics.
8) The inside view is case based, nonstatistical
, and has a narrative structure.