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Muestreo en poblaciones finitas : curso básico

01/1995;
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ABSTRACT Sumario: Ideas básicas sobre muestreo en poblaciones finitas -- Muestreo aleatorio simple -- Estimación de la varianza -- Muestreo sistemático -- Diseños muestrales con probabilidades de inclusión fijadas -- Homogeneización de la población mediante estratos -- Muestreos por conglomerados -- Empleo de información adicional -- Métodos de respuesta aleatorizada -- Diseños muestrales óptimos

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