## PPS Sampling: Definition, Examples

A probability proportional to size sampling (PPS) procedure is a variation on multi-stage sampling in which the probability of selecting …

A probability proportional to size sampling (PPS) procedure is a variation on multi-stage sampling in which the probability of selecting …

The formula that we have considered in sample size calculation applies to designs based on the equal probability selection method …

Ideally, a selected sample is a miniature of the population it came from. This should be reflected in the sample …

Acceptance sampling is an important field of statistical quality control that was originally applied by the U.S military to the …

Area sampling is a multi-stage sampling scheme, in which maps, rather than lists or registers serve as the sampling frame. …

In traditional sampling theory, we occasionally encounter the problem of assigning the sampling units to their correct strata or sub-groups …

Multi-phase sampling is a type of sampling design in which required information is collected from a large sample of units, …

In many surveys, the population can be divided into a set of groups of units. One approach is then to …

Diametrically opposite to stratified sampling is cluster sampling. It consists of first selecting, at random, groups called clusters of individual …

While discussing simple random sampling and stratified sampling designs, we have noted that both these designs require somewhat very laborious …