VGI StatCalculator

CALCULATE STATISTICAL VALIDITY FOR YOUR SURVEY

Determining statistical validity is easy with the VGI StatCalculator.

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Fill in any three variables, and the calculator will tell you the fourth.

 Read our blog article about sampling

DEFINITIONS

Sampling error

  • The error caused by the selection of a sample instead of conducting a census of the entire population.

Population or universe

  • The entire group about whom you are trying to get information.

Confidence level

  • Statistical likelihood or probability that the answer you get lies within the confidence interval of an estimate.

Sample size

  • The number of objects in the sample.

EXAMPLE

If you randomly interview a sample of 383 respondents from a population of 100,000, 95 times out of 100 (95% confidence level) the answer will be within 5% in either direction of reality (sampling error).

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January 12, 2009
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