Some Practical Guidelines for Effective Sample Size Determination

@inproceedings{RussellV2001SomePG,
  title={Some Practical Guidelines for Effective Sample Size Determination},
  author={L RussellV.},
  year={2001}
}
  • L RussellV.
  • Published 2001
Sample-size determination is often an important step in planning a statistical study—and it is usually a difficult one. Among the important hurdles to be surpassed, one must obtain an estimate of one or more error variances, and specify an effect size of importance. There is the temptation to take some shortcuts. This paper offers some suggestions for successful and meaningful sample-size determination. Also discussed is the possibility that sample size may not be the main issue, that the real… CONTINUE READING
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