facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis
the complete collection of all individuals to be studied
an official count of a population; every member of the population
subset or part of members selected from a population
a numerical measurement describing some characteristic of a population
a numerical measurement describing some characteristic of a sample
a sample that does not represent the intended population; can lead to distorted findings
consists of numbers representing counts or measurements
consists of attributes, names or lables
result from infinitely many possible values that correspond to some continuous scale
level of measurement; qualitative data only
level of measurement; data that can be arranged in some order
level of measurement; can be ordered and difference is meaningful
level of measurement; one data value can be meaningfully expressed as a multiplier of another
observing and measuring specific characteristics without attempting to modify the subjects being studied
apply some treatment and then observe its effects on the subjects
every sample of the same size n has the same chance of being chosen
type of sample where each individual sample has an equal chance of being selected
type of sample where each member of the population has a known chance of being selected
sampling where every kth element gets chosen
sampling where you use results that are easy to get
sampling where you divide the population and then randomly select some of those sections
collecting data by using some combination of the basic sampling mathods
repetition of an experiment on more than one subject
a technique where the subject doesn't know whether they are receiving treatment
when the experimenter is not able to distinguish the difference between the effects

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