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Jean-Yves Pip Courbois
BIOST 529
Seattle Campus

Sample Survey Techniques

Design and implementation of selection and estimation procedures. Emphasis on human populations. Simple, stratified, and cluster sampling; multistage and two-phase procedures; optimal allocation of resources; estimation theory; replicated designs; variance estimation; national samples and census materials. Prerequisite: either STAT 421, STAT 423, STAT 504, QMETH 500, BIOST 511, or BIOST 517, or equivalent; or permission of instructor. Offered: jointly with CS&SS 529/STAT 529.

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Last Update by Jean-Yves Pip Courbois
Date: 02/20/2002