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I did just that for us. • Each observation X 1, X 2,…,X n is normally and independently distributed with mean and variance Introduce you to –Sampling weights –Methods for calculating variances and standard errors for complex sample designs General introduction to these topics Weights are unique to research studies and data sets Options for calculating variances and standard errors will vary by study Overview 2 You will have a basic understanding of ��.3\����r���Ϯ�_�Yq*���©�L��_�w�ד������+��]�e�������D��]�cI�II�OA��u�_�䩔���)3�ѩ�i�����B%a��+]3='�/�4�0C��i��U�@ёL(sYf����L�H�$�%�Y�j��gGe��Q�����n�����~5f5wug�v����5�k��֮\۹Nw]������m mH���Fˍe�n���Q�Q��`h����B�BQ�-�[l�ll��f��jۗ"^��b���O%ܒ��Y}W�����������w�vw����X�bY^�Ю�]�����W�Va[q`i�d��2���J�jGէ������{�����׿�m���>���Pk�Am�a�����꺿g_D�H��G�G��u�;��7�7�6�Ʊ�q�o���C{��P3���8!9������-?��|������gKϑ���9�w~�Bƅ��:Wt>���ҝ����ˁ��^�r�۽��U��g�9];}�}��������_�~i��m��p���㭎�}��]�/���}������.�{�^�=�}����^?�z8�h�c��' > n = 18 > pop.var = 90 > value = 160 endobj 13 0 obj What happens is that when we estimate the unknown population mean \(\mu\) with\(\bar{X}\) we "lose" one degreee of freedom. Sampling Distribution of the Sample Variance Let s2 denote the sample variance for a random sample of n observations from a population with a variance. endobj Two of its characteristics are of particular interest, the mean or expected value and the variance or standard deviation. stream ;;�fR 1�5�����>�����zȫ��@���5O$�`�����л��z۴�~ś�����gT�P#���� Use of this term decreases the magnitude of the variance estimate. That is, what we have learned is based on probability theory. 619 A.and Robey, K. W. (1936). Then Z1/m Z2/n ∼ Fm,n F distributions 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 df=20,10 df=20,20 df=20,50 The distribution of the sample variance … Sampling Distribution of the Sample Variance - Chi-Square Distribution. << /Length 5 0 R /Filter /FlateDecode >> x�X�r5��W�]? x�T˒1��+t�PDz���#�p�8��Tq��E���ɶ4y��`�l����vp;pଣ���B�����v��w����x L�èI ��9J To see how we use sampling error, we will learn about a new, theoretical distribution known as the sampling distribution. It is quite easy in this course, because it is beyond the scope of the course. Let's return to our example concerning the IQs of randomly selected individuals. stream Now, all we have to do is create a histogram of the values appearing in the FnofSsq column. Doing so, we get: \(M_{(n-1)S^2/\sigma^2}(t)=(1-2t)^{-n/2}\cdot (1-2t)^{1/2}\), \(M_{(n-1)S^2/\sigma^2}(t)=(1-2t)^{-(n-1)/2}\). 2612 about the probability distribution of x¯. endobj 26.3 - Sampling Distribution of Sample Variance. for each sample? << /Length 12 0 R /N 3 /Alternate /DeviceRGB /Filter /FlateDecode >> Now, let's solve for the moment-generating function of \(\frac{(n-1)S^2}{\sigma^2}\), whose distribution we are trying to determine. Let \(X_i\) denote the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Quotient (IQ) of a randomly selected individual, \(i=1, \ldots, 8\). Because the sample size is \(n=8\), the above theorem tells us that: \(\dfrac{(8-1)S^2}{\sigma^2}=\dfrac{7S^2}{\sigma^2}=\dfrac{\sum\limits_{i=1}^8 (X_i-\bar{X})^2}{\sigma^2}\). The distribution shown in Figure 2 is called the sampling distribution of the mean. ��V�J�p�8�da�sZHO�Ln���}&���wVQ�y�g����E��0� HPEa��P@�14�r?#��{2u$j�tbD�A{6�=�Q����A�*��O�y��\��V��������;�噹����sM^|��v�WG��yz���?�W�1�5��s���-_�̗)���U��K�uZ17ߟl;=�.�.��s���7V��g�jH���U�O^���g��c�)1&v��!���.��K��`m����)�m��$�``���/]? endobj The following theorem will do the trick for us! endobj Before we take a look at an example involving simulation, it is worth noting that in the last proof, we proved that, when sampling from a normal distribution: \(\dfrac{\sum\limits_{i=1}^n (X_i-\mu)^2}{\sigma^2} \sim \chi^2(n)\), \(\dfrac{\sum\limits_{i=1}^n (X_i-\bar{X})^2}{\sigma^2}=\dfrac{(n-1)S^2}{\sigma^2}\sim \chi^2(n-1)\). 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Again, the only way to answer this question is to try it out! ��K0ށi���A����B�ZyCAP8�C���@��&�*���CP=�#t�]���� 4�}���a � ��ٰ;G���Dx����J�>���� ,�_“@��FX�DB�X$!k�"��E�����H�q���a���Y��bVa�bJ0՘c�VL�6f3����bձ�X'�?v 6��-�V`�`[����a�;���p~�\2n5��׌���� �&�x�*���s�b|!� A uniform approximation to the sampling distribution of the coefficient of variation, Statistics and Probability Letters, 24(3), p. 263- … 12 0 obj So, the numerator in the first term of \(W\) can be written as a function of the sample variance. The … This variance, σ2, is the quantity estimated by MSE and is computed as the mean of the sample variances. Mean and Variance of Sampling Distributions of Sample Means Mean Variance Population Sampling Distribution (samples of size 2 without replacement) 21 21X 2 5 2 1.67X Population: (18, 20, 22, 24) Sampling: n = 2, without replacement The Mean and Variance of Sampling Distribution … In order to increase the precision of an estimator, we need to use a sampling scheme which can reduce the heterogeneity in the population. \(\dfrac{(n-1)S^2}{\sigma^2}=\dfrac{\sum_{i=1}^n (X_i-\bar{X})^2}{\sigma^2}\sim \chi^2(n-1)\). 4 0 obj sampling generator. This paper proposes the sampling distribution of sample coefficient of variation from the normal population. It measures the spread or variability of the sample estimate about its expected value in hypothetical repetitions of the sample. ... Student showed that the pdf of T is: Computing MSB The formula for MSB is based on the fact that the variance of the sampling distribution of the mean is One-Factor ANOVA (Between Subjects) = = = ( )could compute Joint distribution of sample mean and sample variance For arandom sample from a normal distribution, we know that the M.L.E.s are the sample mean and the sample variance 1 n Pn i=1 (Xi- X n)2. I used Minitab to generate 1000 samples of eight random numbers from a normal distribution with mean 100 and variance 256. \(S^2=\dfrac{1}{n-1}\sum\limits_{i=1}^n (X_i-\bar{X})^2\) is the sample variance of the \(n\) observations. Figure 1. << /Type /Page /Parent 3 0 R /Resources 6 0 R /Contents 4 0 R /MediaBox [0 0 720 540] Moreover, the variance of the sample mean not only depends on the sample size and sampling fraction but also on the population variance. As an aside, if we take the definition of the sample variance: \(S^2=\dfrac{1}{n-1}\sum\limits_{i=1}^n (X_i-\bar{X})^2\). 4�.0,` �3p� ��H�.Hi@�A>� 5 0 obj O*��?�����f�����`ϳ�g���C/����O�ϩ�+F�F�G�Gό���z����ˌ��ㅿ)����ѫ�~w��gb���k��?Jި�9���m�d���wi獵�ޫ�?�����c�Ǒ��O�O���?w| ��x&mf������ X 1, X 2, …, X n are observations of a random sample of size n from the normal distribution N ( μ, σ 2) X ¯ = 1 n ∑ i = 1 n X i is the sample mean of the n observations, and. is a sum of \(n\) independent chi-square(1) random variables. The sampling distribution which results when we collect the sample variances of these 25 samples is different in a dramatic way from the sampling distribution of means computed from the same samples. Sampling variance is the variance of the sampling distribution for a random variable. is a standard normal random variable. Doing so, we get: \((1-2t)^{-n/2}=M_{(n-1)S^2/\sigma^2}(t) \cdot (1-2t)^{-1/2}\). Now, we can take \(W\) and do the trick of adding 0 to each term in the summation. That is, would the distribution of the 1000 resulting values of the above function look like a chi-square(7) distribution? Ⱦ�h���s�2z���\�n�LA"S���dr%�,�߄l��t� 7 0 obj for each sample? 14 0 obj We've taken the quantity on the left side of the above equation, added 0 to it, and showed that it equals the quantity on the right side. Also, X n ˘ N( , ˙ 2 n) Pn i=1 (Xi- ˙) 2 ˘ ˜2 n (since it is the sum of squares of nstandard normal random variables). 8 0 obj endobj 11 0 obj For samples from large populations, the FPC is approximately one, and it can be ignored in these cases. Now, what can we say about each of the terms. population (as long as it has a finite mean µ and variance σ5) the distribution of X will approach N(µ, σ5/N) as the sample size N approaches infinity. We begin by letting Xbe a random variable having a normal distribution. Using what we know about exponents, we can rewrite the term in the expectation as a product of two exponent terms: \(E(e^{tW})=E\left[e^{t((n-1)S^2/\sigma^2)}\cdot e^{tZ^2}\right]=M_{(n-1)S^2/\sigma^2}(t) \cdot M_{Z^2}(t)\). 5. But, oh, that's the moment-generating function of a chi-square random variable with \(n-1\) degrees of freedom. << /ProcSet [ /PDF /Text ] /ColorSpace << /Cs1 7 0 R /Cs2 8 0 R >> /Font << The model pdf f x The F distribution Let Z1 ∼ χ2 m, and Z2 ∼ χ 2 n. and assume Z1 and Z2 are independent. Theorem. ÎOne criterion for a good sample is that every item in the population being examined has an equal and … [x�F�Q���T���*d4��o���������(/l�ș�mSq��e�ns���}�nk�~8�X�R5� �v�z�)�Ӗ��9R�,�����bR�P�CRR�%�eK��Ub�vؙ�n�9B�ħJe�������R���R�~Nց��o���E �%�z�2-(�xU,p�8�Qq�� �?D�_a��p�ԃ���Sk�ù�t���{��n4�lk]75����:���F}�^��O��~P&�?\�Potۙ�8���N����� ���A��rmc7M�0�I]ߩ��ʹ�?�����A]8W�����'�/շ����$7��K�o�B7��_�Vn���Z��U�WaoU��/��$[y�3��g9{��k�ԡz��_�ώɵfF7.��F�υu*�cE���Cu�1�w1ۤ��N۩U`�����*. Therefore, the moment-generating function of \(W\) is the same as the moment-generating function of a chi-square(n) random variable, namely: for \(t<\frac{1}{2}\). For this simple example, the distribution of pool balls and the sampling distribution are both discrete distributions. • It is a theoretical probability distribution of the possible values of some sample statistic that would occur if we were to draw all possible samples of a fixed size from a given population. • Suppose that a random sample of size n is taken from a normal population with mean and variance . And therefore the moment-generating function of \(Z^2\) is: for \(t<\frac{1}{2}\). We can do a bit more with the first term of \(W\). 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Now, let's substitute in what we know about the moment-generating function of \(W\) and of \(Z^2\). I used Minitab to generate 1000 samples of eight random numbers from a normal distribution with mean 100 and variance 256. The Sampling Distribution of the mean ( unknown) Theorem : If is the mean of a random sample of size n taken from a normal population having the mean and the variance 2, and X (Xi X ) n 2 , then 2 S i 1 n 1 X t S/ n is a random variable having the t distribution with the parameter = n – 1. We're going to start with a function which we'll call \(W\): \(W=\sum\limits_{i=1}^n \left(\dfrac{X_i-\mu}{\sigma}\right)^2\). I have an updated and improved (and less nutty) version of this video available at http://youtu.be/7mYDHbrLEQo. Sampling Distribution when is Normal Case 1 (Sample Mean): Suppose is a normal distribution with mean and variance 2 (denoted as ( ,2)). Doing so, of course, doesn't change the value of \(W\): \(W=\sum\limits_{i=1}^n \left(\dfrac{(X_i-\bar{X})+(\bar{X}-\mu)}{\sigma}\right)^2\). /F1.0 9 0 R /F2.0 10 0 R >> >> Here we show similar calculations for the distribution of the sampling variance for normal data. 737 x��wTS��Ͻ7��" %�z �;HQ�I�P��&vDF)VdT�G�"cE��b� �P��QDE�݌k �5�ޚ��Y�����g�}׺ P���tX�4�X���\���X��ffG�D���=���HƳ��.�d��,�P&s���"7C$ As you can see, we added 0 by adding and subtracting the sample mean to the quantity in the numerator. 6 0 obj %PDF-1.3 One application of this bit of distribution theory is to find the sampling variance of an average of sample variances. We must keep both of these in mind when analyzing the distribution of variances. 2/10/12 Lecture 10 3 Sampling Distribution of Sample Proportion • If X ~ B(n, p), the sample proportion is defined as • Mean & variance of a sample proportion: µ pˆ = p, σ pˆ = p(1 − p) / n. size of sample count of successes in sample ˆ = = n X p normal distribution. Estimation of Sampling Variance 205 Sampling zones were constructed within design domains, or explicit strata. �FV>2 u�����/�_$\�B�Cv�< 5]�s.,4�&�y�Ux~xw-bEDCĻH����G��KwF�G�E�GME{E�EK�X,Y��F�Z� �={$vr����K���� Now for proving number 2. endobj endobj parent population (r = 1) with the sampling distributions of the means of samples of size r = 8 and r = 16. • A sampling distribution acts as a frame of reference for statistical decision making. The differences in these two formulas involve both the mean used (μ vs. x¯), and the quantity in the denominator (N vs. n−1). A1�v�jp ԁz�N�6p\W� p�G@ stream Sampling Theory| Chapter 3 | Sampling for Proportions | Shalabh, IIT Kanpur Page 4 (ii) SRSWR Since the sample mean y is an unbiased estimator of the population mean Y in case of SRSWR, so the sample proportion, Ep Ey Y P() , i.e., p is an unbiased estimator of P. Using the expression of the variance of y and its estimate in case of SRSWR, the variance of p Okay, let's take a break here to see what we have. That's because we have assumed that \(X_1, X_2, \ldots, X_n\) are observations of a random sample of size \(n\) from the normal distribution \(N(\mu, \sigma^2)\). endstream An example of such a sampling distribution is presented in tabular form below in Table 9-9, and in graph form in Figure 9-3. Now, recall that if we square a standard normal random variable, we get a chi-square random variable with 1 degree of freedom. PSUnit III Lesson 2 Finding the Mean- And Variance of the Sampling Distribution of Means - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt / .pptx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. That's because the sample mean is normally distributed with mean \(\mu\) and variance \(\frac{\sigma^2}{n}\). It looks like the practice is meshing with the theory! This is one of those proofs that you might have to read through twice... perhaps reading it the first time just to see where we're going with it, and then, if necessary, reading it again to capture the details. So, we'll just have to state it without proof. The last equality in the above equation comes from the independence between \(\bar{X}\) and \(S^2\). The distribution of a sample statistic is known as a sampling distribu-tion. S 2 = 1 n − 1 ∑ i = 1 n ( X i − X ¯) 2 is the sample variance of the n observations. That is, as N ---> 4, X - N(µ, σ5/N). 2 0 obj For example, given that the average of the eight numbers in the first row is 98.625, the value of FnofSsq in the first row is: \(\dfrac{1}{256}[(98-98.625)^2+(77-98.625)^2+\cdots+(91-98.625)^2]=5.7651\). From the central limit theorem (CLT), we know that the distribution of the sample mean is ... he didn’t know the variance of the distribution and couldn’t estimate it well, and he wanted to determine how far x¯ was from µ. Again, the only way to answer this question is to try it out! << /Length 14 0 R /N 3 /Alternate /DeviceRGB /Filter /FlateDecode >> So, again: is a sum of \(n\) independent chi-square(1) random variables. Would we see the same kind of result if we were take to a large number of samples, say 1000, of size 8, and calculate: \(\dfrac{\sum\limits_{i=1}^8 (X_i-\bar{X})^2}{256}\). On the contrary, their definitions rely upon perfect random sampling. That is, if they are independent, then functions of them are independent. We recall the definitions of population variance and sample variance. Now, the second term of \(W\), on the right side of the equals sign, that is: is a chi-square(1) random variable. 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