Spatially Correlated Poisson Sampling

  title={Spatially Correlated Poisson Sampling},
  author={A. Grafstr{\"o}m},
A new method for sampling from a finite population that is spread in one, two or more dimensions is presented. Weights are used to create strong negative correlations between the inclusion indicators of nearby units. The method can be used to produce unequal probability samples that are well spread over the population in every dimension, without any spatial stratification. Since the method is very general there are numerous possible applications, especially in sampling of natural resources… CONTINUE READING
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