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Testing Assumptions.

For its validity, all hypothesis testing depends heavily on the assumption that the sample that is used was drawn using probability sampling techniques.

Why is this important?
What can you do if you just cannot use a probability sampling technique? (For example, suppose there is no good sampling frame available for the population of interest.)

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For its validity, all hypothesis testing depends heavily on the assumption that the sample that is used was drawn using probability sampling techniques. This is important because probability sampling techniques ensures ...

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Discusses validity of hypothesis testing due to probability sampling techniques and discusses alternatives in the absence of probability sampling techniques.

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