sampling

listen to the pronunciation of sampling
Englisch - Türkisch
numunelik
(Ticaret) numunelendirme
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) örneklem alma
{f} örnekle

Bu dönem, öğrenciler istatistiksel örnekleme tekniklerini okuyacaklar ve uygulayacaklar. - In this semester, students study and apply statistical sampling techniques.

Kan örneklemesinden hiç korkmuyordum. - I wasn't afraid of the blood sampling at all.

seçme
numune alma
örnekleme

Bu dönem, öğrenciler istatistiksel örnekleme tekniklerini okuyacaklar ve uygulayacaklar. - In this semester, students study and apply statistical sampling techniques.

Kan örneklemesinden hiç korkmuyordum. - I wasn't afraid of the blood sampling at all.

(Mühendislik) örnek alma
örnekleyerek
{i} örnek

İşte bugünün programı hakkında bir örnek. - Here is a sampling of today's program.

Bu dönem, öğrenciler istatistiksel örnekleme tekniklerini okuyacaklar ve uygulayacaklar. - In this semester, students study and apply statistical sampling techniques.

(Tıp) sampling
sample
numune

Polis dedektifi DNA testi için numuneler toplamaya çalıştı. - The police detective carefully collected samples for DNA testing.

Bana ücretsiz bir numune gönderir misiniz? - Would you be willing to send me a sample free of charge?

sample
örnek

Bu ücretsiz bir örnektir. - This is a free sample.

Ücretsiz bir örnek ister misin? - Would you like a free sample?

sampling action
örnekleme eylemi
sampling distribution
(Dilbilim) örneklem dağılımı
sampling error
örnekleme yanılgısı
sampling frequency
örnekleme sıklığı
sampling interval
(İstatistik) örnekleme aralığı
sampling lattice
örnekleme örgüsü
sampling period
(Bilgisayar) örnekleme dönemi
sampling plan
(Gıda,Teknik) örnekleme planı
sampling test
örneklemeli sınama
sampling theory
(İstatistik) örnekleme kuramı
sampling error
örnekleme hatası
sampling spoon
numune kaşığı
sampling tube
numune tüpü
sampling line
(Mühendislik) numune hattı
sampling rate
örnekleme oranı
sampling spoon
numune kaşığı, örnek alma kaşığı
sampling action
ornekleme eylemi
sampling arm
örnekleme kolu
sampling design
(Ticaret) örnekleme tasarımı
sampling distribution
(Nükleer Bilimler) numune alma dağılımı
sampling error
(Nükleer Bilimler) numune alma hatası
sampling fraction
(Nükleer Bilimler) numune alma oranı
sampling fraction
(İstatistik,Ticaret) örnekleme oranı
sampling frequency
ornekleme sikli¤i
sampling fuel oil
yağ örneği
sampling inspection
(Ticaret) sondajda kontrol
sampling inspection
örnekleme denetimi
sampling inspection
örnekleme kontrolü
sampling lattice
ornekleme orgusu
sampling method
numune alma yöntemi
sampling method
örnek alma yöntemi
sampling plan
ornekleme plani
sampling point
örnek alma noktası
sampling point
örnek alma yeri
sampling point
numune alma yeri
sampling procedure
(Politika, Siyaset) örnekleme prosedürü
sampling spoon
örnek kaşığı
sampling spoon
numune alma kaşığı
sampling spoon
örnek alma kaşığı
sampling station
numune alma istasyonu
sampling station
örneklem istasyonu
sampling stratified
(İstatistik) zümrelere göre örnekleme
sampling structure
(İstatistik) örnekleme yapısı
sampling structure
(İstatistik) örnekleme bünyesi
sampling test
orneklemeli sinama
sampling tool
numune alma aleti
sampling tube
örnek alma tüpü
sampling tube
örnek tüpü
sampling unit
(İstatistik) örnekleme birimi
sampling unit
(Nükleer Bilimler) numune alma birimi
sampling variance
(İstatistik) örnekleme varyansı
sampling water
muayene suyu
sampling with replacement
yerine koyarak ornekleme
sample
eşantiyon
acceptance sampling
(Mekanik) kabul için örnek alma
acceptance sampling
onama örneklemesi
acceptance sampling
(Havacılık) kabul örneklemesi
bulk sampling
(Bilgisayar) yığın örneklemesi
cluster sampling
(Bilgisayar) topak örneklemesi
cluster sampling
(Ticaret) küme örneklemesi
cluster sampling
(Bilgisayar) topaklı örnekleme
precision sampling
(Ticaret) sondaj
random sampling
rasgele örnek alma
random sampling
rassal örnekleme
random sampling
(Gıda) rasgele örnekleme
sample
örnek almak

Bir örnek almak istersen, lütfen bize bildir. - If you would like to have a sample, please let us know.

sample
örnek seçmek
sample
(Bilgisayar) örnektir

Bu ücretsiz bir örnektir. - This is a free sample.

sample
(Askeri) test malzemesi
sample
tatmak
sample
(Tıp) sample
sample
(Ticaret) mal numunesi
uniform sampling
birbiçimli örnekleme
sample
tipik davranış
channel sampling
oluk numune alma
continuous sampling
sürekli örnek alma
double sampling
çift örnekleme
sample
tadına bakarak kalitesini saptamak
sample
model
sample
mostra
sample
tipik özellik
sample
çeşit
sample
{f} örnekle

Bize çalışmalarınızdan bazı örnekler gösterir misiniz? - Would you show us some samples of your work?

Astronotlar Ay'da kaya örnekleri toplamak için özel araçlar kullanmak zorunda kaldılar çünkü uzay elbiseleri ile eğilemezlerdi. - The astronauts had to use special tools to collect rock samples on the Moon because they could not bend over in their spacesuits.

sample
örneklemek
sample
örnek olarak denemek
sequential sampling
ardışık örnekleme
sample
göstermelik
sample
denemek
convenience sampling
kolaylık örnekleme
core sampling
karot alma
minimum sampling frequency
minimum örnekleme frekansı
opportunistic sampling
fırsatçı örneklemesi
sample
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) örneklem
Nyquist sampling rate
Nyquist ornekleme hizi
accidental sampling
gelişigüzel örnekleme
accidental sampling
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) rastlantısal örneklem
area sampling
alan orneklemesi
availability sampling
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ulaşılabilir örneklem
biased sampling
(Havacılık) çapraz örnekleme
breathing zone air sampling
(Çevre) solunan hava örneği
bulk sampling
yigin orneklemesi
grab sampling
elle örnek alma
grid sampling
(Bilgisayar,İstatistik,Teknik) ızgara örneklemesi
grid sampling
izgara orneklemesi
judgement sampling
(Ticaret) yargısal örnekleme
lattice sampling
(İstatistik) kafesli örnekleme
leaf sampling
(Tarım) yaprak numunesi alma
line sampling
cizgi orneklemesi
lottery sampling
adçekme örneklemesi
maid sampling
ağırlık örnekleme
manual sampling
elle numune alma
methods of sampling
(Gıda) numune alma metodları
methods of sampling and analysis
(Avrupa Birliği) numune alma ve analiz yöntemleri
multiple order sampling
oruntulu ornekleme
multiple rate sampling
katli ornekleme
point sampling
nokta orneklemesi
probability sampling
(Ticaret) olasılıklı örnekleme
quincux sampling
zar beslisi ornekleme
random sampling
(Askeri) SONDAJ ÖRNEKLEME
representative sampling
temsilci örnekleme
sample
{f} dene

Sami birkaç örnek denedi ama satın almadı. - Sami tried a few samples, but he didn't buy.

sample
örnekle/dene
sample
numunelik
sample
sampler el işi örneği
sample
örnekleri tecrübe eden kimse
scheduled oil sampling
programlı yağ analizi
sludge sampling
çamur numunesi
uniform sampling
duzgun (birbicimli) ornekleme
verification by sampling
(Ticaret) örnekleme yoluyla doğrulama
Englisch - Englisch
the analysis of a group by determining the characteristics of a significant percentage of its members chosen at random
Present participle of sample
the process or technique of obtaining a representative sample
a sample
the measurement, at regular intervals, of the amplitude of a varying waveform in order to convert it to digital form
a technique for electronically splicing pieces of previously recorded sound as part of a composition
The use of a predetermined, finite number of observations to project the characteristics of a larger population
(statistics) the selection of a suitable sample for study
The process of selecting subjects for research See random sampling, availability sampling
(statistics) the selection of a suitable sample for study measurement at regular intervals of the amplitude of a varying waveform (in order to convert it to digital form)
{i} act of gathering representative samples; process of collecting specimens
Sampling is the process of selecting a proper subset of elements from the full population so that the subset can be used to make inference to the population as a whole A probability sample is one in which each element has a known and positive chance (probability) of selection A simple random sample is one in which each member has the same chance of selection In DAWN, a sample of hospitals is selected in order to make inference to all hospitals; DAWN uses simple random sampling within strata
The act, process, or technique of selecting a representative part of a population for the purpose of determining the characteristics of the whole population
Paid magazines sometimes attempt to recruit new subscribers by offering them one or more free trial issues Samples differ from a forced free trial (see definition) in that they are requested by the prospect and usually involve only one or a few free issues Free copies added to or included in a subscription term are premiums (see definition), not samples
The process of encoding an analog signal in digital form by reading (sampling) its level at precisely spaced intervals of time See sample, sampling rate
The process of determining an average or integral value by evaluating a function at one or more positions (See Monte Carlo )
items selected at random from a population and used to test hypotheses about the population
The selection of a small but representative part of an ore body or process material for analysis
The process of obtaining a sequence of discrete digital values from a continuous sequence of analog data
digitizing a waveform by measuring its amplitude fluctuations at some precisely timed intervals The accuracy of the measurements is a function of the bit resolution
Sampling, or analog-to-digital conversion, is the process of converting an analog signal to a series of digital samples (numbers)
the process of collecting statistical data or samples from a production run for analysis
Digital process by which analog information is measured, often millions of times per second, in order to convert analog to digital
Selection for retention of part of a body of similar records to serve as a representation of the whole body Usually associated with scheduling case files
The collection of a representative portion for analysis and testing (WHO 1980) Continuous sampling is sampling, without interruptions, throughout an operation or for a predetermined time Grab sampling or spot sampling is the taking of a sample in a very short time (ISO 1994)
A statistical technique for the collection of passenger-mile data The sampling technique may be one of the FTA-approved procedures or an alternative methodology which meets FTA's requirements for statistical reliability (95 percent confidence and 10 percent precision)
The technique of selecting a representative part of a population for the purpose of determining parameters or characteristics of the whole population A small part selected as a sample for inspection or analysis
The act of periodically collecting or providing information about a particular process
measurement at regular intervals of the amplitude of a varying waveform (in order to convert it to digital form)
Under the CWC, the inspection team has the right to collect samples of types, and in quantities it considers necessary, to check for the absence of undeclared scheduled chemicals The inspection team may request the assistance of the inspected State Party, and may supervise sample collection Samples of importance in the investigation of alleged use include toxic chemicals, munitions and devices and their remnants, environmental samples and biomedical samples from human or animal sources In case of unresolved ambiguities, samples may be analyzed in a designated off-site laboratory, subject to the inspected State Party's agreement
The process of taking a small part or quantity of something for analysis The actual data gathered for quantitative analysis of a system; opposed to population (see above); a small part of the total universe under study intended to represent the characteristics of the whole
the probabilistic, systematic, or judgmental selection of a sub-element from a larger population, with the aim of approximating a representative picture of the whole
A way to collect information about a group by examining only a part of the group (the sample), or by dividing a test into sections and giving each member of the group or the sample only one part of the test (matrix sampling)
The selection and analysis of a finite number of items in order to obtain information about the population from which they were selected
The technique of recording a sound digitally (translating the analogue audio waveform into a series of electrical ons and offs that can be manipulated by a computer) for subsequent processing, editing and playback
A technique used to capture continuous phenomena, whereby periodic snapshots are taken If the sampling rate is fast enough, the human sensory organs cannot discern the gaps between each snapshot when they are played back This is the principle behind motion pictures Sampling is the key technique used to digitize analog information For example, music CDs are produced by sampling live sound at frequent intervals and then digitizing each sample The term sampling is also used to describe a similar process in digital photography
sampling error
The error caused by observing a sample instead of the whole population
sampling straw
A fine glass tube used in a laboratory to extract very small samples of chemical liquids and solutions
sampling straws
plural form of sampling straw
sampling distribution
The distribution of a statistic, such as occurs when a number of sample means are calculated for a given population
sampling error
difference between the result of the tester and the true result
sampling frequency
(telecommunication) the frequency of sampling a continuously varying signal
sampling gate
A circuit that produces an output only when first activated by a preliminary pulse
sampling rate
The number of samples obtained in a digitization process per unit of time or distance
sampling rate
In developing an audio sound for computers, the sample rate is the number of samples of an analog sound that are taken per second to represent that sound in a digital format The more samples taken per second, the more accurate the digital representation of the sound can be For example, the current sample rate for CD-quality audio is 44,100 samples per second This sample rate can accurately reproduce the audio frequencies up to 20,500 Hertz (cycles per second) covering the full range of human hearing
sampling rate
The number of discrete sample measurements made in a given period of time Often expressed in megahertz (MHz) for video
sampling rate
The time interval which specifies how often amplitude measurements (samples) of a source are taken at in a digital recording A digital recording will not accurately measure frequencies above half of the sampling rate The higher the rate, the more real the sound sounds
sampling rate
Sample rate is the rate at which a digital audio device samples the full analog sound wave Digital audio is a representation of the full wave - it's takes a series of "snapshots" of the wave, and the more snapshots it takes, the more accurate it sounds The higher the sampling rate, theoretically the more accurate it sounds CD Audio and Minidisc are standardized at 44 1KHz, or 44,100 samples per second, while DAT can do 32, 44 1, and 48KHz Super Audio CD, DVD-Audio, and High Resolution DAT can go up to 96KHz
sampling rate
The number of times an analogue waveform is measured or sampled per second to convert it to digital
sampling rate
The number of readings an A/D converter takes per second or per minute
sampling rate
The number of points of data, in pixels per inch, that are created by a scanner per linear distance In this book, sampling rate means the optical sample rate changed by interpolation or subsampling Also called ppi rate See also optical sampling rate
sampling rate
The number of times per second the program converting analog to digital "listens" to the analog signal See Bit Depth
sampling rate
The frequency with which samples of a physical variable, such as sound are taken The higher the sampling rate, the more closely the digitized result resembles the original
sampling rate
the rate at which samples of a waveform are made Must be twice the highest frequency one wishes to capture Commercial compact discs use a rate of 44,100 samples per second
sampling rate
The number of sound 'snapshots' the recording equipment takes each second Submitter: Lorena's Group Go to the Glossary Index Computers and Sound Page Audio Page Flash: Audio Movie 1 Flash: Audio Movie 2 Flash: Sound Movie
sampling rate
The number of samples taken per second Typical sampling rates vary from 11kHz to 48kHz See sampling, Nyquist frequency
sampling rate
number of sound samples per second which a sound card can receive or put out
sampling rate
  The number of samples taken per unit time, i e ,  the rate at which signals are sampled for subsequent use, such as for modulation, coding, and quantization   Deprecated synonym sampling frequency (188)
sampling rate
The interval that amplitude measurements (samples) of a source are taken at in a digital recording A digital recording will not accurately measure frequencies above half of the sampling rate The higher the rate, the more real the sound sounds
sampling rate
The rate at which a waveform audio driver performs audio-to-digital or digital-to-audio conversion For compact disc - digital audio (CD-DA), the sampling rate is 44 1 kHz See also compact disc - digital audio
sampling rate
(telecommunication) the frequency of sampling per unit time
sampling rate
A digital audio sample is recorded at a bit depth (or resolution) and a sampling rate According to the Sampling Law the sampling frequency must be twice the bandwidth of the sampled signal Hence a 44 1kHz sample will sample frequences up to about 22kHz (above the range of the human ear) Back
sampling station
an observation station that is set up to make sample observations of something
chorionic villus sampling
A form or prenatal diagnosis in which part of the placental tissue is tested for genetic abnormalities
kick sampling
A technique used to sample benthic invertebrates in a stream, etc., where a net is held underwater and the surrounding substrate disturbed by kicking
sample
Gratuitous borrowing of easily recognised phases (or moments) from other music (or movies) in a recording, used to emphasize a particular point by implying a certain context
sample
A subset of a population selected for measurement, observation or questioning, to provide statistical information about the population

...it is possible it might stand second to the Scandinavian countries if a fair sample of their population were obtained. Francis Galton et al. (1883). Final Report of the Anthropometric Committee, Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, .

sample
To take or to test a sample or samples of; as, to sample sugar, teas, wool, cloth
sample
A part of anything taken or presented for inspection, or shown as evidence of the quality of the whole; a specimen; as, goods are often purchased by samples

I design this but for a sample of what I hope more fully to discuss. -Woodward.

sample
Example; pattern

Thus he concludes, and every hardy knight His sample followed. -Fairfax.

sample
To make or show something similar to; to match
sample
To reuse a portion of (an existing sound recording) in a new song
sample
To reduce a continuous signal (such as a sound wave) to a discrete signal
sample
{v} to show something similar
sample
{n} a specimen
Compressive sampling
(Mühendislik) Compressed sensing, also known as compressive sensing, compressive sampling and sparse sampling, is a technique for finding sparse solutions to underdetermined linear systems. In engineering, it is the process of acquiring and reconstructing a signal utilizing the prior knowledge that it is sparse or compressible. The field has existed for at least four decades, but recently the field has exploded, in part due to several important results by David Donoho, Emmanuel Candès, Justin Romberg and Terence Tao
sparse sampling
(Mühendislik) Compressed sensing, also known as compressive sensing, compressive sampling and sparse sampling, is a technique for finding sparse solutions to underdetermined linear systems. In engineering, it is the process of acquiring and reconstructing a signal utilizing the prior knowledge that it is sparse or compressible. The field has existed for at least four decades, but recently the field has exploded, in part due to several important results by David Donoho, Emmanuel Candès, Justin Romberg and Terence Tao
acceptance sampling
Evaluating a sample to determine whether a lot is of acceptable quality May be used for either in-going or outgoing product inspections
acceptance sampling
a statistical procedure for accepting or rejecting a batch of merchandise or documents; involves determining the maximum number of defects discovered in a sample before the entire batch is rejected
acceptance sampling
form of inspection applied to lots or batches of items before or after process, to judge conformance with predetermined standards
acceptance sampling
inspection of a sample from a lot to decide whether to accept or not accept that lot There are two types: attributes sampling and variables sampling In attributes sampling, the presence or absence of a characteristic is noted in each of the units inspected In variables sampling, the numerical magnitude of a characteristic is measured and recorded for each inspected unit; this involves reference to a continuous scale of some kind
acceptance sampling
(Ticaret) Predetermined rules for choosing and analyzing samples of production or purchased material based on third-party agreements or previous experience with product, equipment, date, vendor or other characteristics
acceptance sampling
is sampling to determine whether internal control compliance is greater than or less than the tolerable deviation rate
acceptance sampling
Sampling inspection in which decisions are made to accept or reject product ; also the science that deals with procedures by which decisions decisions to accept or reject are based on the results of the inspection of samples Glossary and Tables for Statistical Quality Control - ASQC
acceptance sampling
the evaluation of a definite lot of material or printed product to determine its acceptability within quality standards
acceptance sampling
Acceptance sampling consists of the selection of a sample of a given size from a given population (by random methods) and in rejections of the population if the sample contains more than a certain minimum number of disparities If less than the minimum number of errors is found in the sample, the population is "accepted " Acceptance sampling deals only with a rate of occurrence of events such as errors, disparities, etc , and, therefore, is a form of attribute sampling generally used by auditors to test transactions, as in testing compliance with internal control Acceptance sampling is of limited value to tax auditors because it does not answer the question of how much in error the given population may be
acceptance sampling
Sampling inspection in which decisions are made to accept or not accept product or service; also, the methodology that deals with procedures by which decisions to accept or not-accept are based on the results of the inspection of samples
acceptance sampling
the procedure of drawing samples from a lot or population to determine whether to accept or reject a sampled lot or population
acceptance sampling
Inspection of a sample from a lot to decide whether to accept or not accept that lot There are two types - attributes sampling and variables sampling
acceptance sampling
Inspection of a sample from a lot to decide whether to accept that lot There are two types: attributes sampling and variables sampling In attributes sampling, the presence or absence of a characteristic is noted in each of the units inspected In variables sampling, the numerical magnitude of a characteristic is measured and recorded for each inspected unit; this involves reference to a continuous scale of some kind
chorionic villus sampling
a prenatal test to detect birth defects at an early stage of pregnancy; tissue from the chorionic villi is assayed
chorionic villus sampling
A prenatal test to detect birth defects that is performed at an early stage of pregnancy and involves retrieval and examination of tissue from the chorionic villi. Also called chorionic villus biopsy
cluster sampling
(Statistics) technique of sampling where the whole population is divided into groups and a random sample of these clusters are picked out
convenience sampling
A nonprobabilistic method of sampling whereby elements are selected on the basis of convenience
convenience sampling
a method in which convenient groups, such as a class of students or members of a social club, are contacted for sampling purposes
convenience sampling
an easily accessible group of people is chosen, and everyone in that group is surveyed
convenience sampling
The selection of a sample that can be obtained simply and conveniently
random sampling
A process by which the people in a sample are chosen at random from a given population For example in a population of 100 people, everyone can be assigned a unique number, then the numbers are put in a hat, and 40 numbers are drawn to choose 40 people to be in that sample These are the people from whom you would collect information In a random sample, all of the people in the population have an equal chance of being chosen
random sampling
a commonly used sampling technique in which sample units are selected in such a manner that all combinations of n units under consideration have an equal chance of being selected as the sample
random sampling
A commonly used sampling technique in which sample units are selected so that all combinations of n units under consideration have an equal chance of being selected as the sample
random sampling
As commonly used in acceptance sampling, the process of selecting sample units in such a manner that all combinations of units under consideration have an equal chance of being selected as the sample
random sampling
sampling in which each population member theoretically has an equal chance of being drawn
random sampling
                        A representative selection picked at random to sample public opinion
random sampling
Obtaining juvenile urine specimens for testing without the juvenile's prior knowledge of when a specimen will be requested This means unscheduled testing and should not be confused with the classic research design definition
random sampling
A random sample is one selected in a way that ensures that every element in the population has an equal, non-zero probability of being sampled
random sampling
(Statistical sampling meaning) A sampling method in which every possible sample has the same chance of being selected
random sampling
A regular pattern of points is laid over the area of concern The points are numbered and random numbers are generated to determine at which points samples will be collected This method is used to remove bias from the selection of sampling locations
random sampling
Sampling procedure in which every unit in the universe has an equal chance of being selected
random sampling
the selection of a random sample; each element of the population has an equal chance of been selected
random sampling
Random sampling occurs when each unit in the sample frame has a known positive probability of being included in the sample Then units are selected randomly using a computer or random number table and the assigned probabilities This type of sample is also called probability sampling
random sampling
A sampling method in which all elements in the population have an equal chance of being selected, and in which the value of one observation does not affect the outcome of other observations Random samples have important properties which are necessary in many statistical tests
random sampling
A procedure for selecting a set of representative observations from a population, in which each observation has an equal chance of being selected from the sample
random sampling
A random selection of possible observations
random sampling
A procedure in which each member of the population has an equal chance of being included in the sample
random sampling
Drawing a number of items of any sort from a larger group or population so that every individual item has a specified probability of being chosen
random sampling
A sampling method in which all the units in a population have an equal chance of appearing in the sample p 183
random sampling
Polls in which respondents are chosen mathematically, at random, with every effort made to avoid bias in the construction of the sample
random sampling
For multiple identical components such as windows, doors, electrical outlets or heating registers One per room is chosen at random
sample
The sample is the group of people you select to be in your study The sample should be representative of a larger population to whom you want to generalize
sample
A portion of a population, or a subset from a set of units, that is selected by some probability mechanism for the purpose of investigating the properties of the population NAEP does not assess an entire population but rather selects a representative sample from the group to answer assessment items
sample
items selected at random from a population and used to test hypotheses about the population
sample
A part of a population
sample
a small part of something intended as representative of the whole all or part of a natural object that is collected and preserved as an example of its class take a sample of; "Try these new crackers"; "Sample the regional dishes
sample
A discrete piece of waveform data represented by a single numerical value Sampling is the process of converting analog data to digital data by taking samples of the analog waveform at regular intervals
sample
A single number in the image data; for example, the red value of a pixel A pixel is composed of one or more samples When discussing physical data layout (in particular, in Image layout), we use "sample" to mean a number stored in the image array It would be more precise but much less readable to say "sample or palette index" in that context Elsewhere in the specification, "sample" means a color value or alpha value In the indexed-color case, these are palette entries not palette indexes
sample
In statistics, a group of observations selected from a statistical population by a set procedure See random sample
sample
A subset of cases or elements selected from a population
sample
A sample is the set of observations obtained from experimental unit that were selected from a larger group (the population) By studying the sample it is hoped to draw valid conclusions about the larger group If the conclusions drawn from a sample are to be meaningful the sample must be obtained in a random fashion This means that each member of the population has an equal chance of being included in the sample This ensures that the sample is unbiased Unfortunately, it is not always easy to obtain a truly random sample from sampling units that are widely dispersed
sample
Any subset of a population A sample is often chosen for measurement because it is easier to determine the properties of a sample than the entire population
sample
A sample of people or things is a number of them chosen out of a larger group and then used in tests or used to provide information about the whole group. We based our analysis on a random sample of more than 200 males
sample
In acceptance sampling, one or more units of product (or a quantity of material) drawn from a lot for purposes of inspection to reach a decision regarding acceptance of the lot
sample
A set of observations, usually considered to have been taken from a much larger population Statistics are numerical or graphical quantities calculated from a sample Since the data in one sample will vary from that of another, so will the statistics calculated from those samples
sample
Example; pattern. [Obs.]
sample
A sample of a substance or product is a small quantity of it that shows you what it is like. You'll receive samples of paint, curtains and upholstery We're giving away 2000 free samples They asked me to do some sample drawings
sample
The items selected for examination from a population
sample
A segment of the population selected for marketing research to represent the population as a whole
sample
all or part of a natural object that is collected and preserved as an example of its class
sample
A group of observations selected from the study population The sample may not be representative of a defined study population if the sampling strategy or recruiting procedures are flawed
sample
set of units consisting of only a part of the population
sample
A part of anything presented for inspection, or shown as evidence of the quality of the whole; a specimen; as, goods are often purchased by samples
sample
a small part of something intended as representative of the whole
sample
A sample of a substance is a small amount of it that is examined and analysed scientifically. They took samples of my blood. urine samples. = specimen
sample
(as used in MARSSIM) a part or selection from a medium located in a survey unit or reference area that represents the quality or quantity of a given parameter or nature of the whole area or unit; a portion serving as a specimen (MARSSIM, pg GL-15) RADNET note: another controversial MARSSIM definition
sample
A selection from a population
sample
To take or to test a sample or samples of; as, to sample sugar, teas, wools, cloths
sample
To take or to test a sample or samples of; as, to sample sugar, teas, wools, cloth
sample
{i} example; specimen, small part of something; representative part of a larger group
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If you sample food or drink, you taste a small amount of it in order to find out if you like it. We sampled a selection of different bottled waters. = taste
sample
A sample is a subset group of data selected from a larger population group Most samples are drawn at random to guaranty equal representation in the data
sample
The water that is analyzed for the presence of EPA-regulated drinking water contaminants Depending on the regulation, EPA requires water systems and states to take samples from source water, from water leaving the treatment facility, or from the taps of selected consumers
sample
part of a population; that portion of the population that is measured
sample
A subset of people in a particular population
sample
{f} take a small portion of something as a specimen; determine the quality of something by testing a specimen
sample
take a sample of; "Try these new crackers"; "Sample the regional dishes"
sample
A sample is the term used in survey sampling to describe the group (of people, homes, etc ) selected for interviewing in the survey The sample, by definition, has to be fully representative of the wider group (the population) from which it is drawn
sample
The group of survey respondents derived from a population
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If you sample a place or situation, you experience it for a short time in order to find out about it. the chance to sample a different way of life. = try
sample
1 In statistics, a group of individuals often taken at random from a population for research purposes 2 One or more items taken from a population or a process and intended to provide information on the population or process 3 Portion of material selected from a larger quantity in some manner chosen so that the portion is representative of the whole [IUPAC Tox] Related Terms aliquot, biased sample, random sample, solid phase extraction, split sample stratified sample, systematic sample Drug discovery & development glossary
sample
A digital recording of a sound, often a single note, or perhaps several bars of a song, the length only restricted by the memory of the system Once the sound is "sampled" or digitized, it can be manipulated The sample can be trimmed, looped, pitch-shifted, reversed, slowed-down or speeded-up, and altered in a myriad of ways The most common applications of sampling are recording a single note of an instrument, then playing that sample back from a keyboard to simulate the original instrument, or recording a few bars of a rhythm and using the sampler to repeat that rhythm in a loop But the sampler also allows the creation of nonexistent sounds with some characteristics of natural organic sounds, and the playing of natural sounds in ways impossible with the original instrument
stratified sampling
the population is divided into subpopulations (strata) and random samples are taken of each stratum
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    /ˈsampləɴɢ/ /ˈsæmplɪŋ/

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