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Synonyms for sampling

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

measurement at regular intervals of the amplitude of a varying waveform (in order to convert it to digital form)

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[USPRwire, Tue Sep 03 2019] Closed Blood Sampling Systems are devices that reduces blood waste, while reducing the risk of contamination and transmission of infectious diseases.
[ClickPress, Tue Sep 03 2019] Closed Blood Sampling Systems are devices that reduces blood waste, while reducing the risk of contamination and transmission of infectious diseases.
The main reason for inappropriate sample volume were difficult sampling as in paediatric patients and patients suffering from chronic debilitating diseases in whom thin veins are difficult to localise.
The purpose of this study is to determine how audit effectiveness and efficiency is increased or decreased when sampling accounts collectively as compared to sampling accounts individually.
Potential mistrust of the value of sample results by people unfamiliar with sampling.
For sampling to work correctly, it is critical that the sample is free from bias.
With the issuance of the revenue procedure, companies do not have to wonder or ask their IRS Examination team whether statistical sampling will be accepted in a situation that is not explicitly covered in other guidance.
PromoWorks commissioned an independent research study that revealed a more comprehensive understanding of sampling's effectiveness.
If your vacuum tester is in good condition and well maintained, an initial source of trouble could be in the sampling practice.
2000; Lerch and Blanchard 2003) near the time and location our sampling occurred.
Many qualitative researchers state that sample size and sampling are not issues in qualitative research.
In the introduction, Daniel Duffell explains that sampling has influenced popular music more than any other technique during the past 20 years.
Although a response rate at this level does not necessarily invalidate the entire survey, it raises important issues about sampling error and bias that must be considered in interpreting the results.
There is very good news for CPAs whose clients face the often burdensome administrative costs of claiming allowable expense deductions for meals and entertainment (M&E)--the IRS now will permit the use of statistical sampling to account for such expenses.
A method for sampling combinatorial chemistry library space, Sar Qsar Environ.