Surveys attempt to estimate a quantity of a finite population using a probability sample from that population. How people ended up in the population is somebody else’s problem – demographers, perhaps. Survey participants are sampled at random from this finite population without replacement. Part a of the figure below illustrates. Green blocks denote people who … Continue reading Efficacy RCTs as survey twins

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