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Stratification is a statistical technique to ensure representation of subpopulations in the final sample. If you intend to disaggregate by subgroup for the analysis, it is best practice to stratify by the same subgroups when sampling.
  
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Revision as of 00:25, 1 March 2017


Read First

Stratification is a statistical technique to ensure representation of subpopulations in the final sample. If you intend to disaggregate by subgroup for the analysis, it is best practice to stratify by the same subgroups when sampling.

Guidelines

Why stratify?

How to stratify?

Back to Parent

This article is part of the topic Sampling & Power Calculations


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