n. in statistics, refers to a sampling technique wherein samples are first collected from a well-defined population. This is subsequently followed by sampling taken from the blocks within each sample.

BLOCK SAMPLING: "Block sampling is a technique which guarantees that data collection will come from a relatively homogenous sampling population."
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