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Environmental Sampling Theory
Study Design, Data Collection, and the Appropriate Use of Statistics in Data Reporting (Course I.D. STAT-403)
Hosted by Northwest Environmental Training Center

This course provides an overview that will cover the basic terms, concepts, and logic that underlie modern scientific sampling. Much of the class will be devoted to the understanding of how to apply the basic concepts of probability to sampling problems and how to use probability theory to design an appropriate sampling protocol and measure its effectiveness. We will compare the difference between purposive and random sampling and discuss why random sampling (and its many variations) is so frequently used in manufacturing, science, and governme ...  [click for more]

For general information contact Eldan Goldenberg by telephone at 206-762-1976 or via e-mail at egoldenberg@nwetc.org

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