Theories of Data Analysis and Statistical Inference
Every survey, in any field, begins conceptually with a population list, a sampling plan or sample design by which an appropriate sample is to be drawn from the population, a measurement instrument specifying the information – response variables and covariates or explanatory variables – to be obtained from the sampled population members, and an analysis plan by which the response variables, and their relation to the covariates or explanatory variables, are to be analysed.
KeywordsPosterior Distribution Simple Random Sample Nuisance Parameter Posterior Odds Marginal Posterior Distribution
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