OTHER WORDS FROM numericalnu·mer·i·cal·ly, adverbnu·mer·i·cal·ness, nounun·nu·mer·i·cal, adjective
How to use numerical in a sentence
The data that a machine learning model expects isn’t a JSON record, it’s a high dimensional vector that is either a list of features or what’s called an embedding that’s a numerical representation of the items or the objects in the world.Pinecone lands $10M seed for purpose-built machine learning database|Ron Miller|January 27, 2021|TechCrunch
When the survey’s responses were given numerical value, with 0 representing “not a focus” and 5 representing “a very large focus,” the weighted averages for almost every option were down this year.Digiday Research: The coronavirus pandemic left marks on publishers’ 2021 revenue plans|Max Willens|January 27, 2021|Digiday
Eventually she did — following one more surprising pattern, with echoes of the numerical sequences that had fascinated her as a kid.A Mathematician’s Unanticipated Journey Through the Physical World|Kevin Hartnett|December 16, 2020|Quanta Magazine
It turns out that there are other problems where the data might not seem numerical, but you somehow think of the data as numerical.
The properties of these particles and fields appeared to follow numerical patterns.
Cleveland may have shrunk, but it remains relevant both numerically and as a cautionary tale.Cleveland, LeBron James, and the 2016 Republican Convention|Lloyd Green|July 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Filibustering has gotten completely out of hand, and yes, Republicans are bigger offenders numerically, it's just a fact.
He may be on the verge of sealing things numerically, but he still has work to do to seal it emotionally.
A numerically smaller portion is thriving, and a very small portion is really thriving.
Numerically weak as the opposition in parliament was, it made a vigorous fight over American affairs.
The English fleet was numerically the stronger, but the French had finer ships and heavier batteries.
The British force was already too inferior, numerically, to risk any diminution, in view of such a contingency.The Life of Nelson, Vol. I (of 2)|A. T. (Alfred Thayer) Mahan
We call large what numerically participates in much; and small what participates in little.Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 3|Plotinos (Plotinus)
Unfortunately, the Americans who compose this "set" are numerically weak.As A Chinaman Saw Us|Anonymous