random sample ─░ngilizce - T├╝rk├¦e
rasgele ├Črneklem
(Bilgisayar) rastgele ├Črneklem
rasgele ├Črnek
random ordered sample
rasgele s─▒ral─▒ numune, rasgele s─▒ral─▒ ├Črneklem
random ordered sample
(─░statistik) rasgele s─▒ral─▒ numune
random ordered sample
(─░statistik) rasgele s─▒ral─▒ ├Črneklem
─░ngilizce - ─░ngilizce
A sample randomly taken from an investigated population
A sample that allows every item in a population to have equal chance of being selected
A sample in which each member of the population has an equal chance of inclusion
a sample of a population where each member of the population has an equal chance of being in the sample
A sample taken from any given population in which each person maintains equal chances of being selected
A group of subjects representing the population who are selected through chance
A sample of persons selected using an independent random sampling technique to participate in a research study
A subset of the universe selected in such a way that each member of the universe has an equal opportunity to be selected
A group of subjects randomly chosen from a defined population
members of a population selected by a method designed to ensure that each person in the target group has an equal chance of selection
group chosen in a way that gives everybody an equal chance of being selected; meant to represent the population from which it was drawn
a sample grabbed at random a sample in which every element in the population has an equal chance of being selected
(Statistics) A sample selected in such a manner that all possible samples of the same size have an equal and independent chance of being included
A random sample is a group selected for study, which is drawn at random from the universe of cases by a statistically valid method
A sample of a population that has the property that each item has an equal chance of being selected, and in which the chance of one item being selected does not affect the selection of any other item Random samples are often used to ensure that the sample is representative of the population Sometimes a sample that is not totally random but distributed uniformly with respect to nuisance parameters has desirable properties
A group selected randomly, solely by chance
a sample in which each individual in a population has the same chance of being selected as any other
In statistical terms a random sample is a set of items that have been drawn from a population in such a way that each time an item was selected, every item in the population had an equal opportunity to appear in the sample
A sample taken at random from a population
a subgroup or subset of a population selected in such a way that each unit in a population has an equal chance of being selected
narrow selection of items that to each individual in the population there is an identical chance of belonging to
a sample in which every element in the population has an equal chance of being selected
a sample grabbed at random
A sample in which all members of the target population have an equal and independent chance of being selected for the study; also known as a probability sample
a sample chosen so that each unit of the larger group has a known and equal chance of being selected
A group of persons are selected from a population in such a way that each individual has an equal chance of being chosen In addition, the selection of one person does not influence the chances of other people being selected
a sample in which each member of a group has an equal chance of inclusion
A sample derived by selecting individuals such that each individual has the same probability of selection
a sample in which every member of the population has an equal chance of being selected
(Ticaret) The selection of items or data for verification or measurement that is not predetermined on a value, location or any other basis
random samples
plural form of random sample
random sample

Heceleme

ran┬Ędom sam┬Ęple

T├╝rk├¦e nas─▒l s├Čylenir

r├żnd─▒m s├żmp─▒l

E┼¤ anlaml─▒lar

grab bag, sampling, straw vote

Telaffuz

/╦łrand╔Öm ╦łsamp╔Öl/ /╦łr├”nd╔Öm ╦łs├”mp╔Öl/

Etimoloji

[ 'ran-d&m ] (noun.) 1561. Middle English, impetuosity, from Middle French randon, from Old French, from randir to run, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German rinnan to run; more at RUN.

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