Topic 3 - Populations and Samples
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(1) PubHlth 540 2008
Lecture Notes Topic 3. Populations and Samples (pdf, 33 pp)
Week 5 Practice Problems due Monday Oct 20, 2008 (pdf, 1 pp) Solutions (pdf, 2 pp)
Self Evaluation Quiz (pdf) Solutions (pdf)
(2) Links to Additional Readings (articles, lectures, tutorials, powerpoint, etc)
(Source: Web Center for Social Research Methods) Sampling Terminology (html)
(Source: Penn State University Statistics Education Resources, Herb McGrath) Introduction to Sampling (html)(
(Source: Valerie Easton & John H McColl.) Statistics Glossary for Sampling (html)
(Source: Thomson Wadsworth) Workshop in Sampling Distributions, 26 slides (html)
(Source: United Kingdom National Audit Office) Guide to Sampling (pdf, 20 pp)
(Source: Statistics Canada) Sampling - Probability Sampling (html)
(Source: Web Center for Social Research Methods) Statistical Terms in Sampling (+ sampling distributions) (html)
(Source: Stat Trek AP Tutorial) Simple Random Sampling (html)
(Source: Stat Trek AP Tutorials) Bias in Survey Sampling (html)
(Source: Virtual Laboratories) Nice Introduction to Finite Sampling - Readings and Applets (html)
(3) Links to Illustrative Applets
(Source: University of California Berkeley) Sampling Distribution of Sum, Mean, Sample Variance, .. (html)
(Source: Shodor Interactive) Sampling with and without replacement (html)
(Source: Virtual Laboratories) Nice Introduction to Finite Sampling - Readings and Applets (html)
(Source: UCLA SOCRE Statistics) Probability Theory Through Simulation (html)
(4) Links to Calculators
(Source: Jesse Rankin, University of California Berkeley) Simple Random Sample Generator (html)
(5) Computer Illustrations
SAS
(Source: UCLA Academic Technology Services) PROC SURVEYSELECT for simple random sampling with and without replacement (html)
(6) Miscellaneous
Unbiasedness of sample variance (pdf, 2 pp)
(source : University of Connecticut) How to use a random number table (html)