Convenience sampling refers to the non probability process by which a scientist gathers statistical data from the population. This form of selection is done based on the ease of gaining the statistical data. Rather than gathering a more accurate array of data from the population, the researcher simply gathers data from people nearby. A researcher might go to a nearby mall, or street corner to gather data. This form of data collection works for some areas of study, but researcher bias may result in inaccurate data. Convenience Sampling:
Convenience sampling is a type of non-probability sampling technique. Non-probability sampling focuses on sampling techniques that are based on the judgment of the researcher. Convenience Sampling:
A statistical method of drawing representative data by selecting people because of the ease of their volunteering or selecting units because of their availability or easy access. The advantages of this type of sampling are the availability and the quickness with which data can be gathered. The disadvantages are the risk that the sample might not represent the population as a whole, and it might be biased by volunteers.
It is a sampling method in which units are selected based on easy access/availability. The disadvantage of convenience sampling is that the units that are easiest to obtain may not be representative of the population Convenience Sampling:
Convenience sampling is a non-probability sampling technique where subjects are selected because of their convenient accessibility and proximity to the researcher.