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Lastly, we apply the OLS fit based on the random sample to the matched sample and obtain predicted values.
* making evidence-based decisions, generalising from random samples to the population; and
Recall that the random sample involves selection of items in such a way that all the items in the population of interest have the same probability of being selected.
"A random sample of black, white, and mixed-race faces was collected and rated for their perceived attractiveness.
Sampling error stems from the fact that a random sample can differ from the underlying population simply by chance.
Comorbidities in MDS Patients at 3-Year Follow-up General MDS patients Medicare population Cardiac complications 74% 42% Dyspnea 51% 28% Diabetes 43% 33% Kidney complications 1.8% 0.4% Note: Based on an analysis of data from a random sample of 1.7 million Medicare patients Source: Dr.
The first, conducted by YouGov, spoke to a random sample of 2118 adults across the country between February 18 and 20.
Using student evaluators and a random sample of on-line instructional sites, we assess the usefulness of on-line instructional sites for learning.
ICM Research interviewed a random sample of 1,005 adults aged 18 and over by telephone between October 4 and 5.
The current NRP reporting compliance study involves approximately 5,000 Form 1120S returns from a nationwide random sample. The IRS used asset size of the S corporation in the return selection process.
In a random sample of 3,568 women, ages 18 to 64, enrolled in a health maintenance organization, 44 percent reported having experienced abuse by a husband or live-in partner in the preceding 5 years.
A RANDOM sample taken from Ballyneale Best on December 3 when she finished fourth in a heat of the Stow Marathon over 835m at Walthamstow has returned positive.