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Synonyms for sample

Synonyms for sample

one that is representative of a group or class

a limited or anticipatory experience

Synonyms for sample

a small part of something intended as representative of the whole

items selected at random from a population and used to test hypotheses about the population

all or part of a natural object that is collected and preserved as an example of its class

take a sample of

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To reduce the undue influence that might arise from a particular randomly generated biased sample or from a particular random subsample used in our experiments, for each data set, we create 10 such biased samples and within each biased sample use 10 repetitions of random selections of subsamples of different sizes.
In this paper, results reported in absorbed current were generally not acquired using a voltage biased sample mount, while those results reported in backscatter coefficient, ([eta]), were acquired using a voltage biased sample mount.
In order to select a sample comparable to the observed sample, and simulate the bias posited to underlie the observed data, simulated patients were selected to be "respondents" for the biased sample in such a way that the more satisfied a patient was, the more likely that patient was to be included.
ONCE again, the Looking Back picture storms to the top of most popular item chart in the Daily Post, our statistics being based on a totally biased sample derived from Trust the Post's bulging mailbag.
A conservative organization, the Colorado-based Physicians Resource Council, told the AAP that the studies on which the academy based its decision had inadequate sample sizes, biased sample selection, lack of proper controls, or failed to account for confounding variables.
Admittedly, our survey is a small and somewhat biased sample.
But, they state, the search engines "typically index a biased sample of the Web.
In this note, we show that the DWS is a severely biased sample of workers who have lost their jobs.
In this paper we will initially discuss the ways in which biased histories produce a biased sample of births.
Providing employees with feedback and recognition only once a year is a huge missed opportunity and simply unfair, given the fact it's a based on a biased sample," said Eric Mosley, CEO of Globoforce.
This biased sample did not include patients who remained in the community with their families, doing well enough not to need hospitalization.