W2J Sampling and Extrapolations: How to Address Problematic Populations
10:50 AM – 11:50 AM CDT
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- Discuss overall statistical methods in sampling and extrapolations, including various approaches
- Present examples where populations are atypical; address how to sample and extrapolate
- Review updated regulatory guidance and best practices related to statistical sampling
Partner, Athena Compliance Partners
Part-Time Faculty, Wayne State University