- stations of the cross,
- statistical dependence,
- statistical independence,
- statistical inference,
- statistical mechanics,
- statistical significance
Origin of statistical
Examples from the Web for statistical
Recovery from a long-term eating disorder is a bit of a statistical anomaly.
The dollar value of a statistical life in the United States is purported to be around $5 million.
Further, at least one private poll shows Childers in a statistical tie with McDaniel in a November matchup.Travis Childers: The Deep South’s Great Liberal Hope|Ben Jacobs|June 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Truth has rights in a situation like this, and the story deserves some statistical perspective.Let’s Put Things in Perspective: You’re Still Safer on a Military Base|Robert Beckhusen|April 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Viewed as a percentage of those wounded in action, the contemporary rate of Medals of Honor is even more a statistical anomaly.
Since I understand a committee is investigating this whole question, I have not attempted to obtain any statistical information.
The statistical report of the navy for 1871 offers a gratifying contrast to the above figures.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
Among the scientific methods are the statistical studies of marriage; these show certain interesting conclusions.
It was descriptive rather than statistical, and necessarily so.Women Wage-Earners|Helen Campbell
I was conscious of being specially hampered in attempting to deal minutely with the statistical fallacies of Bright.Memoirs of Life and Literature|W. H. Mallock