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random sample is a big sample and convenience sample is small sample

In a stratified sample, the sampling proportion is the same for each stratum. In a random sample it should be but, due to randomness, need not be.

Well, sort of. The Chi-square distribution is the sampling distribution of the variance. It is derived based on a random sample. A perfect random sample is where any value in the sample has any relationship to any other value. I would say that if the Chi-square distribution is used, then every effort should be made to make the sample as random as possible. I would also say that if the Chi-square distribution is used and the sample is clearly not a random sample, then improper conclusions may be reached.

simple random sample is to select the sample in random method but systematic random sample is to select the sample in particular sequence (ie 1st 11th 21st 31st etc.)â€¢ Simple random sample requires that each individual is separately selected but systematic random sample does not selected separately.â€¢ In simple random sampling, for each k, each sample of size k has equal probability of being selected as a sample but it is not so in systematic random sampling.

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random sample is a big sample and convenience sample is small sample

In a stratified sample, the sampling proportion is the same for each stratum. In a random sample it should be but, due to randomness, need not be.

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Well, sort of. The Chi-square distribution is the sampling distribution of the variance. It is derived based on a random sample. A perfect random sample is where any value in the sample has any relationship to any other value. I would say that if the Chi-square distribution is used, then every effort should be made to make the sample as random as possible. I would also say that if the Chi-square distribution is used and the sample is clearly not a random sample, then improper conclusions may be reached.

simple random sample is to select the sample in random method but systematic random sample is to select the sample in particular sequence (ie 1st 11th 21st 31st etc.)â€¢ Simple random sample requires that each individual is separately selected but systematic random sample does not selected separately.â€¢ In simple random sampling, for each k, each sample of size k has equal probability of being selected as a sample but it is not so in systematic random sampling.

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