The Sampling Goals menu offers the following commands:
Calculates number of samples needed to compare a sample mean or median against a predetermined threshold and places them on the map. 

Calculates number of samples needed to compare a sample mean or median against a reference mean or median and places them on the map. 

Calculates number of samples needed to estimate the population mean and places them on the map. 

Calculates number of samples needed to find a confidence interval on a mean and places them on the map. 

Use systematic grid sampling to locate a Hot Spot. 

Show that at least some high % of the sampling area is acceptable 
Calculates the number of samples needed to demonstrate with confidence that some high percentage of the sampling area is acceptable (uncontaminated). 
Discover with high probability the presence of unacceptable grid cells if they exist. 

Compares the number of samples required to compare averages to criteria and the number of samples required to compare individual measurements to criteria. 

Determines the number of samples necessary to detect a trend in values over time. Also performs trend analysis on data collected over time. 

Determine whether spatial or temporal redundancies exist in the current data set. 

Use geostatistical analysis to identify locations where acquisition of new data can best lower overall spatial uncertainty. 

Calculates number of samples needed to compare a proportion to a given proportion and places them on the map. 

Calculates number of samples needed to compare two proportions and places them on the map. 

Calculates number of samples needed to construct a confidence interval on a proportion and places them on the map. 

Calculates number of samples needed to estimate the population proportion and places them on the map. 

Determine whether contamination has migrated across the boundary. 

A stepbystep guide to choosing the correct design for an unexploded ordnance (UXO) site. 

Designs that are useful for investigating an unexploded ordnance (UXO) site. 

Traverse and detect an elliptical impact area using transect sampling. 

Analyze the spatial data collected on an unexploded ordnance (UXO) site. 

Assess degree of confidence in unexploded ordnance (UXO) presence. 

UXO Dig 
Not implemented yet 
Determine if surfaces of rooms or buildings are contaminated. 

Use transect sampling designs to locate hot spots or areas of elevated radiological readings. 

Sample individual items to determine whether the percentage of the entire population is acceptable. 

Allows samples to be added to the map without the guidance of statistical methods. 

Brings up sampling goal dialog of last sampling design applied to the project. 