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differential sampling

differential sampling

A robust approach for identifying differentially abundant features in metagenomic samples

Verbal IQ–performance IQ differentials in traumatic brain injury samples

Pleural Effusions: Stability of Samples for White Blood Cell and Differential Counts

Analysis of pooled DNA samples on high density arrays without prior knowledge of differential hybridization rates

Differential Potentiation of Allergic Lung Disease in Mice Exposed to Chemically Distinct Diesel Samples

contamDE: differential expression analysis of RNA-seq data for contaminated tumor samples

Power and sample size estimation for epigenome-wide association scans to detect differential DNA methylation

Detecting differentially expressed genes in multiple tag sampling experiments: comparative evaluation of statistical tests

Application of Lectin Microarray to Crude Samples: Differential Glycan Profiling of Lec Mutants

Differential gene expression detection and sample classification using penalized linear regression models

Differential gene expression detection and sample classification using penalized linear regression models

Leveraging Auxiliary Data, Differential Incentives, and Survey Mode to Target Hard-to-Reach Groups in an Address-Based Sample Design

Noise sampling method: an ANOVA approach allowing robust selection of differentially regulated genes measured by DNA microarrays

Determination of Ultra Trace Levels of 1,2-Dichloroethane in Air by Sample Enrichment Micromachined Gas Chromatography-Differential Mobility Detection

C-72Comparison Between the Geriatric Anxiety Inventory and the Beck Anxiety Inventory: Differential Sensitivity in a Sample of Community Dwelling Older Adults

SigFuge: single gene clustering of RNA-seq reveals differential isoform usage among cancer samples

SpliceNet: recovering splicing isoform-specific differential gene networks from RNA-Seq data of normal and diseased samples

 

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A market research technique in which increased samples are taken from a defined segment of the market out of proportion to their relative size and scale within the overall group in order to highlight specific issues, needs, or wants within that group.

Subjects: Marketing.


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