sample distribution

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Noun1.sample distribution - items selected at random from a population and used to test hypotheses about the population
acceptance sampling - a statistical procedure for accepting or rejecting a batch of merchandise or documents; involves determining the maximum number of defects discovered in a sample before the entire batch is rejected
distribution, statistical distribution - (statistics) an arrangement of values of a variable showing their observed or theoretical frequency of occurrence
statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
random sample - a sample in which every element in the population has an equal chance of being selected
proportional sample, representative sample, stratified sample - the population is divided into strata and a random sample is taken from each stratum
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13), it is of particular interest to estimate percentiles in reliability studies and the study argues that when sample sizes are sufficiently large, reasonable approximations are obtained, but not for cases where the sample is insufficient and it states that the fundamental idea behind the use of bootstrap is that the empirical distribution thus obtained provides an approximation to the theoretical sample distribution of interest.
Working in collaboration with the food manufacturer, Courier Express --one of the UK's leading providers of refrigerated transport solutions--came up with a bespoke refrigerated logistics solution that enables same daily deliveries from internal Danone sites to customers across the UK and beyond, as well as a flexible overnight sample distribution service.
TABLE 1 Sample Distribution by Industries and Country Industry Indonesia Thailand Cambodia Food products 52 95 22 Beverages 20 0 10 Tobacco products 0 0 1 Textiles 1 10 2 Wearing apparel 70 0 80 Leather products 14 21 7 Wood products excluding furniture 15 0 1 Paper products 0 0 0 Printing and recorded media 0 0 6 Coke and refined petroleum products 0 0 0 Chemicals and chemical products 0 0 0 Pharmaceutical products 0 0 0 Rubber and plastics products 0 104 2 Non-metallic mineral products 0 0 0 Basic metals 0 0 1 Fabricated metal products 0 9 30 Computer, electronic and optical products 3 0 2 Electrical equipment 4 0 0 Machinery and equipment n.
2: Sample Distribution by the conformity of the iodine content of salt according to Algerian standards.
Because secondary disasters lead to updated disaster distribution network, the sample distribution is also updated.
Sample volume: programmable in 10-mL increments from 10 to 10,000 mL Sample Distribution container: single-bottle composite 2 Vi gal (10 L.
The subscription base sample distribution is becoming more popular and appealing to indie and mature brands, which find this model more targeted; however sampling distribution via event marketing and gift with purchase remain strong" Identipak recently collaborated with Pinrose, a luxury fragrance company that subscribes to the try-at-home-before-you-buy model.
Table 4: Monte Carlo Small Sample Distribution Estimates for the Critical Values of the DWHT [DELTA]CoVaR and DWHT MES Test Statistics Critical Test Statitic Value Type I error DWHT rate Normal [DELTA]CoVaR DWHT MES 0.
By contrast, for databases of Condition 2 (items targeted at the lower tail of latent trait distribution) and Condition 3 (items targeted at the upper tail of latent trait distribution) we created items with difficulties matching only the tails of the latent trait distribution; respectively, the 20% lower and the 20% upper individuals of sample distribution.
Firstly,a sample distribution system has been designed optimally by branch exchange algorithm and without distributed generation units.
Typical applications include transfer of micro-well plates, liquid dispensing/pipetting with the addition of a Z-axis, sample preparation and transport, barcode-based sample identification, sample distribution, aspirating, incubating, dispensing and archiving.