Results from an experiment
The relationship between two events
Analyzing and collecting data to draw conclusions
The amount of people living in a certain area
A survey/count of a population
Numbers that summarize a population's data.
A piece of data from a large study
Data that can be measured and represented by numbers
Data that describes
Separate, or distinct
Data that can't be restricted to separate values
Used to label variables with no quantitative values
Data type with ordered catagories
Draws inferences from a sample to a population where the independent variable is out of the person's control
Observes data from a population at a specific time
A study that looks back on suspected risk that affect the outcome.
Study that follows a group over time to see the affect of certain differences on the outcome of the study
A variable that influences the independent and dependent variables.
Not telling patients if they're taking a placebo or not.
The affect of thinking you're taking a medicine when in reality you aren't.
When neither the researchers nor the patients know who is receiving the medication and who isn't
When test subjects are split into subgroups because of traits they closely share with a few people
A remake of the conditions in which an experiment is done to increase consistency
Dividing population size by sample size
Polling people who are easy to reach
Splitting up a group into 4 parts and pulling data from each one separately
When people are split into clusters and then their data is compared to the data of the whole population
Error in an analysis from not representing teh sample
Errors that arise from not from systematic errors
Making a sample with the goal of reaching every possible sample in a population
Each member of a subset has an equal chance of being chosen
When subjects are put into blocks through random selection
When subjects are randomly assigned to treatments

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