[ UK /stɐtˈɪstɪkə‍l/ ]
[ US /stəˈtɪstɪkəɫ/ ]
  1. of or relating to statistics
    statistical population
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How To Use statistical In A Sentence

  • In this regard, I offer a few guesses about some general directions in which statistical physics may change.
  • Roderick Little, a University of Michigan biostatistician, will become associate director for statistical methodology and standards at the Census Bureau beginning in September. Robert Groves Names Roderick Little, U Of Mich. Statistician, To New Census Post
  • A statistical model for decay and formation of heavy hadronic resonances is formulated.
  • Statistical analysis for significant difference in the slope of mutant induction in the presence or absence of vanillin was performed using the f-test for comparison of slopes.
  • Goodness of fit was assessed by diagnostic plots and the statistical significance of the Pearson chi-square of the fitted model.
  • The curriculum expands to include hydraulics, basic pneumatics, electronics, and statistical process control.
  • However, neither approach has any of the desirable properties of a multivariate statistical model.
  • Some states proposed complicated statistical techniques for gauging school progress; others backloaded their predicted progress, with far greater gains toward the end of the 12-year timeline.
  • No statistically significant difference existed in knowledge by task assignment of driver versus navigator.
  • But this information about the distribution of matter is given to us only statistically by quantum theory. The Origin of the Universe
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