# Statistical

## Meanings and phrases

adj.

- of or relating to statistics

n.

- the commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations that is concerned with statistical data from member nations

n.

- (statistics) an arrangement of values of a variable showing their observed or theoretical frequency of occurrence; distribution

n.

- the branch of physics that makes theoretical predictions about the behavior of macroscopic systems on the basis of statistical laws governing its component particles

- The levels of SVE and RVE link continuum mechanics to statistical mechanics.
- Fermi's first major contribution involved the field of statistical mechanics.
- Cao and Liu estimated formula_21 and formula_22 based on statistical mechanics.

n.

- a method of analyzing or representing statistical data; a procedure for calculating a statistic; statistical procedure

n.

- a method of analyzing or representing statistical data; a procedure for calculating a statistic; statistical method

n.

- the relation between selected values of x and observed values of y (from which the most probable value of y can be predicted for any value of x); regression; simple regression; regression toward the mean

n.

- a table of statistical data; actuarial table

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- The statistical area includes two metropolitan areas.
- Alexandria is part of the Anderson, Indiana metropolitan statistical area.
- The wider statistical area of Wieringerwerf has a population of around 5700.

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- It was established in 2007 and covers statistical analysis.
- "The Economist" tested the lipstick effect in 2009 with statistical analysis.
- There are a lot of tools that can be used to do statistical analysis in biological data.

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- The team's statistical leaders included quarterback A. J.
- The team's other statistical leaders included Mike Murphy with 764 passing yards and Ferd Maccioli with 179 receiving yards.
- The team's other statistical leaders included quarterback Rick Leach with 680 passing yards and split end Jim Smith with 553 receiving yards.

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- The team's statistical leaders included quarterback A. J.
- The team's other statistical leaders included Mike Murphy with 764 passing yards and Ferd Maccioli with 179 receiving yards.
- The team's other statistical leaders included quarterback Rick Leach with 680 passing yards and split end Jim Smith with 553 receiving yards.

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- A hypothesis is formulated, and then tested with statistical methods.
- An early critique of statistical methods in medicine was published in 1835.
- It is not believed that the statistical methods of plotting were introduced.

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- It also publishes statistical data.
- The percentages given are estimates only, as accurate and current statistical data on ethnicity are not available.
- Based on the statistical data issued by the City Government of Banda Aceh, Banda Aceh had 248,727 inhabitants in May 2012.

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- A collective term for MSAs, μSAs, and CSAs is primary statistical areas (PSAs).
- Carson City is the smallest of the United States' 366 metropolitan statistical areas.
- (In the US these are grouped into metropolitan statistical areas for purposes of demography and marketing.)

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- For statistical purposes, the area is divided into three.
- For statistical purposes, some count DCIS as a "cancer", whereas others do not.
- For statistical purposes, it is part of the Chillum census-designated place (CDP).

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- Alexandria is part of the Anderson, Indiana metropolitan statistical area.
- Carson City is the smallest of the United States' 366 metropolitan statistical areas.
- Sanford is part of the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area.

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- Alexandria is part of the Anderson, Indiana metropolitan statistical area.
- Sanford is part of the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area.
- A metropolitan statistical area has at least one urban core with a population of at least 50,000.

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- ANOVA is (in part) a test of statistical significance.
- Change in percent body fat did not reach statistical significance.
- The association between haplodiploidy and eusociality is below statistical significance.

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- There is little reliable statistical information on urbanization in Somalia.
- To prove and support this claim, he examines a great deal of statistical information.
- The Fantasy Show utilizes puppets and comedy to present statistical information about NFL Players.

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- Vector autoregressions are flexible statistical models that typically include many free parameters.
- It is closely related to the use of independent and identically distributed random variables in statistical models.
- Another possibility is to present survey results by means of statistical models in the form of a multivariate distribution mixture.

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- These ranges of BMI values are valid only as statistical categories.
- He played in 16 games where he led the Blaze in all receiving statistical categories.
- The 20-time titlist did lead the Tour in average and a few other statistical categories.

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- Lima–Van Wert–Wapakoneta, OH, combined statistical area The Lima–Van Wert–Wapakoneta Combined Statistical Area (CSA) is made up of three counties in Northwest Ohio.
- Ames metropolitan statistical area combined with the Boone, Iowa micropolitan statistical area (Boone County, Iowa) make up the larger Ames-Boone combined statistical area.
- However, in July 2015, the LHCb experiment observed two resonances consistent with pentaquark states in the Λ → J/ψKp decay, with a combined statistical significance of 15σ.

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- There are increasing interactions between combinatorics and physics, particularly statistical physics.
- Thermoeconomics can be thought of as the statistical physics of economic value and is a subfield of econophysics.
- For example in statistical physics they can be used to get a particularly general formulation of the fluctuation-dissipation theorem.

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- It is also common to apply ANOVA to observational data using an appropriate statistical model.
- As a matter of fact, one can get quite high R-values despite very low predictive power of the statistical model.
- Working independently, Thomas and Fermi used this statistical model in 1927 to approximate the distribution of electrons in an atom.

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- Because of that, the sampling process is very important for statistical inference.
- ANOVA "is probably the most useful technique in the field of statistical inference."
- Other topics associated with compression include coding theory and statistical inference.