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Sampling tools

When characterising pest pressure, experimenters need help to design sampling strategies that are adapted to their objectives. For instance, the main questions are often related to the definition of the sampling size, the spatial distribution of data collection or the description of the encountered variability. This section contains methodological tools designed to answer some of these questions.

Binomial law

In probability theory and statistics, the binomial distribution is the discrete probability distribution of the number of successes in a sequence of...
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Calculating an index consists in integrating the distribution of the proportion of observations within classes, into a single index.
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