
Cost Issue in Estimation of Proportion in a Finite Population Divided Among Two Strata
The problem of estimation of the proportion of units with a given attrib...
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On the Construction of Knockoffs in CaseControl Studies
Consider a casecontrol study in which we have a random sample, construc...
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Modeling microbial abundances and dysbiosis with betabinomial regression
Using a sample from a population to estimate the proportion of the popul...
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Reducing Variance with Sample Allocation Based on Expected Response Rates
Several techniques exist to assess and reduce nonresponse bias, includin...
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Analogical Dissimilarity: Definition, Algorithms and Two Experiments in Machine Learning
This paper defines the notion of analogical dissimilarity between four o...
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Mathematical properties and finitepopulation correction for the Wilson score interval
In this paper we examine the properties of the Wilson score interval, us...
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Common Library 1.0: A Corpus of Victorian Novels Reflecting the Population in Terms of Publication Year and Author Gender
Research in 19thcentury book history, sociology of literature, and quan...
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An example of application of optimal sample allocation in a finite population
The problem of estimating a proportion of objects with particular attribute in a finite population is considered. This paper shows an example of the application of estimation fraction using new proposed sample allocation in a population divided into two strata. Variance of estimator of proportion which uses proposed sample allocation is compared to variance of the standard one.
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