
An example of application of optimal sample allocation in a finite population
The problem of estimating a proportion of objects with particular attrib...
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Better understanding of the multivariate hypergeometric distribution with implications in designbased survey sampling
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On the Construction of Knockoffs in CaseControl Studies
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Mathematical properties and finitepopulation correction for the Wilson score interval
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Modeling microbial abundances and dysbiosis with betabinomial regression
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The exponential distribution analog of the GrubbsWeaver method
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INVESTIGATING THE WILLINGNESS TO PARTICIPATE WITHIN A TARGET POPULATION WITH LOW OPPORTUNITY COST AS A CONTRIBUTION TO HISTORIC MONUMENTS PRESERVATION
Abstract. We present the results of a survey on a population of 200 cons...
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Cost Issue in Estimation of Proportion in a Finite Population Divided Among Two Strata
The problem of estimation of the proportion of units with a given attribute in a finite population is considered. From the population a sample is drawn due to the simple random sampling without replacement. There are limited funds for conducting survey sample. Suppose that the population is divided into two strata. The question now arises: how should sample sizes be chosen from each strata to obtain the best estimation of proportion without exceeding the budget planned. In the paper it is shown, that with the appropriate sample allocation the variance of the stratified estimator may be reduced up to 30 standard, unstratified estimator.
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