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SAMPLING TECHNIQUES
WHAT IS SAMPLING?
1. Sampling is a shortcut method for investigating a whole population. 2. Data is gathered from a small
part of the whole parent population or sampling frame, and used to
inform what the whole picture is like.
WHY DO WE NEED TO SAMPLE? WHY NOT…

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or grid references for the points. 3. Sampling takes places as feasibly close to these points as possible.

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SAMPLING TECHNIQUES
WHAT IS SAMPLING?
1. Sampling is a shortcut method for investigating a whole population. 2. Data is gathered from a small
part of the whole parent population or sampling frame, and used to
inform what the whole picture is like.
WHY DO WE NEED TO SAMPLE? WHY NOT…

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or grid references for the points. 3. Sampling takes places as feasibly close to these points as possible.

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