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    What is the difference between resampling (bootstrapping) and double sampling in research? Is there any difference or is the same? Please explain your response?

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    Hi there,

    Here is the answer to your question:

    In short, there is a significant difference between Bootstrapping and Double Sampling. I found a really good example that helps to explain the process of Bootstrapping:

    Bootstrap sampling involves sampling with replacement. Consider the following illustration. Suppose a sample has only 5 observations. The observations are labeled into 5 balls with names:

    A, B, C, D, E

    Place the balls in a basket. From these five balls, draw one ball randomly and record ...

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    In short, there is a significant difference between Bootstrapping and Double Sampling. I found a really good example that helps to explain the process of Bootstrapping:

    Bootstrap sampling involves sampling with replacement.

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