Terms with 'statistic' **at beginning** (11):

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Terms with 'statistics' **included** (8):

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Terms with 'statistics' **in meaning** (50+):

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- bernoulli's law
- law of large numbers
- quartile
- decile
- centile
- percentile
- bayes' postulate
- bayes' theorem
- boson
- nonparametric statistics
- dependent variable
- bjs
- bureau of justice statistics
- experimental variable
- independent variable
- factor
- degree of freedom
- population
- universe
- covariance
- econometrics
- distribution
- statistical distribution
- sampling
- fermion
- covariation
- mathematical statistician
- statistician
- statistically
- weight
- weighting
- statistical
- actuary
- statistician
- demographer
- demographist
- population scientist
- francis galton
- galton
- sir francis galton
- argument
- differential calculus
- method of fluxions
- correlation table
- bernoulli distribution
- binomial distribution
- stationary stochastic process
- frequency distribution
- domain
- domain of a function
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**application, practical application**: the act of bringing something to bear; using it for a particular purpose*he advocated the application of statistics to the problem***headful**: the quantity of information that a head will hold*he has a headful of baseball statistics***crude, raw**: not processed or subjected to analysis*only the crude vital statistics***fleshed out, full-clad**: given substance or detail; completed*a plan fleshed out with statistics and details***elementary, simple, uncomplicated, unproblematic**: easy and not involved or complicated*an elementary problem in statistics***deceptive, misleading, shoddy**: designed to deceive or mislead either deliberately or inadvertently*statistics can be presented in ways that are misleading***real**: not to be taken lightly*statistics demonstrate that poverty and unemployment are very real problems*