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Samples—The Few, The Chosen

Lecture no. 9 from the course: Meaning from Data: Statistics Made Clear

Samples—The Few, The Chosen

Taught by Professor Michael Starbird | 29 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Mathematics Courses

Sampling is a technique for inferring features of a whole population from information about some of its members. A familiar example is a political poll. Interesting issues and problems arise in taking and using samples. Examples of potential pitfalls are explored.


February 15, 2017
this was a good lecture