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Judgmental Sampling

The term judgmental sampling is used to refer to creation of a subset of documents based on person's (perhaps a subject matter expert), familiarity with the document set. It involves a degree of bias in contrast to random sampling.

Sorry for the poor quality of my recent tips. I am currently on the road . . .

Have a safe and unusually quiet Saint Patrick's Day.

26 + 6 = 1

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