ST432 - Introduction to Survey Sampling
- Prerequisites: ST 305
- Term & Frequency: Spring
- Student Audience: Statistics majors and minors.
- Credit: 3 credits
- Recent Texts: Elementary Survey Sampling by Scheaffer, Mendenhall, Ott, and Gerow. Sampling: Design and Analysis, by Sharon Lohr.
- Recent Instructors: Roger Woodard, Tom Reiland, Emily Griffith
- Background and Goals: Basic introduction to sampling techniques. Coverage of basic sampling designs with basic theory of ratio estimation, etc is included. Students are exposed to SAS techniques for analysis.
- Content: Design principles pertaining to planning and execution of a sample survey. Simple random, stratified random, systematic and one- and two-stage cluster sampling designs. Emphasis on statistical considerations in analysis of sample survey data.
- Alternatives: None
- Subsequent Courses: None
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