> [... I]f you’re going to criticise someone else’s study because they’ve used a sample of convenience
[...], at least have the courtesy
to offer a specific theory as to how this might have distorted the results. Remember, everyone in science
is aware of this issue, and does what they can to alleviate it. [...] They just don’t happen to be in possession of the
infinite supply of time and money required to construct the perfect sample.

---Navarro, Danielle. Learning Statistics with R.

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