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sub·sam·ple

 (sŭb′săm′pəl)
n.
A sample drawn from a larger sample.
tr.v. (sŭb-săm′pəl) sub·sam·pled, sub·sam·pling, sub·sam·ples
To take a subsample from (a larger sample).

subsample

(ˈsʌbˌsɑːmpəl)
n
a sample taken from an existing sample
vb (tr)
to take a subsample
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Each subsample taken from any location in the grinding vessel is representative for the original sample and thus ensures an exact, significant analysis.
Shih-Chuan Chou, M.D., M.P.H., from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, and colleagues conducted a cross-sectional analysis of probability-sampled emergency department visits from the nationally representative National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey ED subsample. Visits with emergency department discharge diagnoses defined by Anthem's policy as nonemergent and therefore subject to possible denial of coverage were categorized as denial diagnosis visits.
The estimated coefficients of responses to the output gap and money growth fall during the Great Moderation period, though the estimated money-growth coefficient bounces to higher values in the latest subsample that includes the financial crisis and the quantitative easing policies that were implemented afterwards.
We categorized blood lead level (BLL) for a subsample of bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) from the Upper Mississippi River Valley and described BLL with respect to age, sex, and snowfall.
Table 4 provides summary information on each of the NHANES 2009-2010 subsamples. The subsample weight for a given NHANES subject can be interpreted as the number of U.S.
It is unclear whether different measures of academic outcomes capture a representative subsample of clients--which raises concerns about the validity of the conclusions that are drawn from them.
Specifically, we analyzed data from children aged 3-12 years included in the environmental urine subsample (i.e., respondents who were randomly flagged to have environmental exposures measures, including fluoride, performed on their urine sample) for Cycle 2 (n = 1120) and the urine fluoride subsample for Cycle 3 (n = 1101).
And the researchers did not find any evidence for seasonal differences in symptoms when they specifically looked at the subsample of 1,754 participants who scored within the range for clinical depression.
By using the subsample data, we estimate the autoregressive distributed models.
The total update time is dependent on the sum of each subsample time, while the subsample time is determined by the processing ability of hardware.
Measured PAC masses (in ng) per subsample obtained from the investigated extraction methods are compiled in Table 1.