Purposive sampling also knows as judgmental, selective, or subjective sampling, reflects group of sampling techniques that rely on the judgment of the researcher. This sampling procedure is always prefer the choice of the researcher. Judgmental sampling is completely opposite of probability…

## Quota sampling: Difition, application, advantages and disadvantages

Quota sampling is a non-probability sampling technique where in the assembled sample has the same proportions of individuals as the entire population with respect to known characteristics, traits, or focused phenomenon. This sampling procedure is completely opposite to probability sampling.…

## Convenience Sampling: Definition, application, advantages and disadvantages

Convenience Sampling is a special kind of Non-Probability sampling, where sample will be choose randomly from population and there have also unrestricted term. For example, standing at a mall or a grocery store and asking people to answer questions would be an…

## Non probability sampling methods with application, Advantages and Disadvantages

The process of selecting a sample from a population without using statistical probability theory is called non probability sampling. For example, Lets say that a university has roughly 10000 students. These 10000 students are our population (N). Each of the…