# Statistics - Sampling

Sampling is the action of making a sample representative of the population.

When we can't have more than one sample from the population for testing purpose, we can still create several samples from one. This process is called resampling.

• by choosing randomly case in our population

## Tools

• R: rsample, modelr

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