uniform sampling fraction

uniform sampling fraction
French\ \ fraction sondée constante; sondage à probabilité uniforme
German\ \ einheitlicher Auswahlsatz
Dutch\ \ uniforme steekproeffractie; evenredige bemonstering
Italian\ \ frazione costante di campionamento; campionamento a frazione sondata constante
Spanish\ \ fracción constante de muestreo; muestreo con afijación proportional
Catalan\ \ fracció uniforme de mostreig
Portuguese\ \ fracção de amostragem uniforme; fracção de amostragem constante; fração de amostragem uniforme (bra); fração de amostragem constante (bra)
Romanian\ \ -
Danish\ \ ens udvalgsbrøk
Norwegian\ \ uniform utvalgsbrøk
Swedish\ \ enhetlig urvalsfraktion
Greek\ \ ενιαίες διαδικασίες δειγματοληψίας κλάσμα
Finnish\ \ vakio-otantasuhde
Hungarian\ \ egyforma mintavételi hányad
Turkish\ \ tekdüze örnekleme oranı
Estonian\ \ valikusuhe (ühtlane)
Lithuanian\ \ tolygioji atrankos dalis
Slovenian\ \ -
Polish\ \ jednostajna frakcja losowania
Russian\ \ равномерная выборочная доля
Ukrainian\ \ рівномірна дискретизація
Serbian\ \ -
Icelandic\ \ samræmdu sýnatöku brot
Euskara\ \ -
Farsi\ \ k sre nemoonegiriye yekn vakht
Persian-Farsi\ \ -
Arabic\ \ نسبة موحدة للمعاينة
Afrikaans\ \ eenvormige steekproeffraksie
Chinese\ \ 一 致 抽 样 比
Korean\ \ 균등표집[표본추출]비

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