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    SAMPLING SAMPLING Presentation Transcript

    • COMPILED BY: MALVIKA – MBA BIOTECH – 11 RASHMI – MBA BIOTECH - 12
    • OUTLINE  SAMPLING.  SAMPLING PROCESS.  SAMPLING TYPES.  SAMPLING ERROR. SAMPLE SIZE.
    • OUTLINE  SAMPLING.  SAMPLING PROCESS.  SAMPLING TYPES.  SAMPLING ERROR. SAMPLE SIZE.
    •  The process of obtaining information from a sample of a larger group (population).  A sample is “a smaller (but hopefully representative) collection of units from a population used to determine truths about that population”.
    • SAMPLING BREAKDOWN
    • Characteristics of Good Samples : Representative Accessible Low cost
    • OUTLINE  SAMPLING.  SAMPLING PROCESS.  SAMPLING TYPES.  SAMPLING ERROR. SAMPLE SIZE.
    • 1. Define the population : The Element ...... individuals families seminar groups Sampling Unit…. individuals over 20 families with 2 kids seminar groups at ”new” university Extent ............ individuals who have bought “one” families who eat fast food seminar groups doing MR Timing ......... bought over the last seven
    • 2. Identify the sampling frame : Select “sample units”  Individuals  Household  Streets  Telephone numbers  Companies
    • 3. Select a sampling design or procedure :  PROBABILITY  NON- PROBABILITY 4. Determine the sample size. 5. Draw the sample.
    • OUTLINE  SAMPLING.  SAMPLING PROCESS.  SAMPLING TYPES.  SAMPLING ERROR. SAMPLE SIZE.
    • Probability sampling - equal chance of being included in the sample (random) -simple random sampling -systematic sampling -stratified sampling -cluster sampling Non-probability sampling - unequal chance of being included in the sample (non-random) -convenience sampling -judgment sampling -snowball sampling -quota sampling
    • PROBABILITY SAMPLING
    • SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLING A sampling procedure in which every element in the population has a known and equal chance of being selected as a subject (e.g., drawing names out of a hat).
    • SYSTEMATIC SAMPLING If a sample size of n is desired from a population containing N elements, we might sample one element for every n/N elements in the population.
    • STRATIFIED SAMPLING Population is divided on the basis of characteristic of interest in the population e.g. male and female may have different consumption patterns.
    • Cluster or Area Random Sampling Clusters of population units are selected at random by dividing the population into clusters (usually along geographic boundaries) and then all or some randomly chosen units in the selected clusters are studied.
    • NON - PROBABILITY SAMPLING
    • CONVENIENCE SAMPLING Sometimes known as grab or opportunity sampling or accidental or haphazard sampling. A type of non probability sampling which involves the sample being drawn from that part of the population which is close to hand. That is, readily available and convenient.
    •  The researcher chooses the sample based on who they think would be appropriate for the study.  This is used primarily when there is a limited number of people that have expertise in the area being researched. JUDGMENTAL SAMPLING
    • SNOWBALL SAMPLING  Selection of additional respondents is based on referrals from the initial respondents. - friends of friends  Used to sample from low incidence or rare populations.
    • Quota sampling is a method for selecting survey participants. In quota sampling, a population is first segmented into mutually exclusive sub-groups, just as in stratified sampling. Then judgment is used to select the subjects or units from each segment based on a specified proportion. For example, an interviewer may be told to sample 200 females and 300 males between the age of 45 and 60. This means that individuals can put a demand on who they want to sample (targeting). QUOTA SAMPLING
    • OUTLINE  SAMPLING.  SAMPLING PROCESS.  SAMPLING TYPES.  SAMPLING ERROR. SAMPLE SIZE.
    • Random Sampling Error  Random error- the sample selected is not representative of the population due to chance.  The level of it is controlled by sample size.  A larger sample size leads to a smaller sampling error.
    • Non-sampling Error  Systematic Error  The level of it is not controlled by sample size.
    • A response or data error is any systematic bias that occurs during data collection, analysis or interpretation, like: Respondent error (e.g., lying, forgetting, etc.). Interviewer bias. Recording errors. Poorly designed questionnaires. The basic types of non-sampling error : A non-response error occurs when units selected as part of the sampling procedure do not respond in whole or in part .
    • Non-probability sampling is less time consuming and less expensive. The probability of selecting one element over another is not known and therefore the estimates cannot be projected to the population with any specified level of confidence. .
    • OUTLINE  SAMPLING.  SAMPLING PROCESS.  SAMPLING TYPES.  SAMPLING ERROR. SAMPLE SIZE.
    • Size of sample should be determined by a researcher keeping in view: 1. Nature of universe: homo (small sample)  hetero (large sample). 2. No. of classes proposed: directly proportional to the sample size . 3. Nature of study: general (large)  intensive (small). 4.Type of sampling: small random sample is better than a large but bad one.
    • 5. Standard of accuracy: high level of precision large sample. 6. Availability of finance: sample size =amount of money available. 7. Other considerations: size of population,  size of questionnaire,  nature of units,  conditions.
    • www.socialresearchmethods.net/kb/sampling.php en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sampling_(statistics) psychology.ucdavis.edu/sommerb/.../sampling/types. htm www.investopedia.com/terms/s/samplingerror.asp www.slideshare.net/dfmoore/sampling-size Research Methodology - C.R.Kothari.
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