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Help!! I really dont get it!
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A sampling frame is just a list of all the possible sampling units (e.g. people) in a target population that you use to draw up a sample.
For example, if you were going to conduct a survey of a sample of students in a particular year group using a simple random sampling method, you would need a list of all the students in the first place (that's your sampling frame), probably numbered by alphabetical order, so that you could use a computer to randomly generate numbers and sample all the student's whose numbers are picked. You also need a sampling frame for systematic or stratified random sampling.
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