Inductive statistics concerns drawing conclusions based on a sample of data avai

Sep 11th, 2015
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Inductive statistics concerns drawing conclusions based on a sample of data available for analysis and the use of appropriate statistics, such as the mean and standard error of some variable in the data set. For a conclusion to be generally useful, the sample must be representative of the population of interest. Give an example of how sample design can be illogical. Will an illogical design automatically sabotage the usefulness of results? Why or why not?

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