Terms used in official statistics

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Simple random sampling without replacement


Definition:

Simple random sampling, in which the result of the next draw depends on the result of the previous draw (by depleting the population by a previously drawn unit). Thus, the unit drawn for the study no longer participates in the further draw (hence the frequent name of the draw without replacement).


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