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It measures associations between variables.
The collection and analysis of large quantities of information in the form of numbers.
The mathematics of the collection, organization, and interpretation of numerical data, especially the analysis of population characteristics by inference from sampling. Read …more: http://www.answers.com/topic/statistics#ixzz1XH7mRI9B
Double play. When two runners are out with one ball.
The most commonly occurring number.
"According to statistics."
The mean is the average. It is the sum of the x-values divided by the total number of observations. for example: 1 3 4 5 7 10 12 15 1+3+5+7+10+12+15=57 The…re are 8 observations here, n=8 So, 57/8=7.125 This is the mean. Explanation: To find the mean in a problem you may read, add all the numbers up. Then divide by how many numbers you have in all. And you get your mean. Easy peasy:)
In statistics, the t-test is a measure of the probability of a particular event happening. It is based upon a normal (bell-shaped curve) distribution of probabilities. A negat…ive number result for a t-test indicates that the probability calculated is to the left if you are graphing it on the bell curve. Importantly, it does not indicate a "less than zero" chance of an event happening.
It can mean tangible examples supporting or visualizing data, (figures), such as charts and Excel worksheets. Statistics is data from whatever it is relating to; such as how m…uch money a company lost for a particular year, or how many sales were made etc. etc.
primary data is a data that has been observed or collected first hand
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The direction in which the trend analysis points.
No. Descriptive statistics are those that characterise samples without attempting to draw conclusions. The purpose of them is to help investigators to form an un…derstanding of what the data might be capable of telling them. Descriptive statistics include graphs as well as measures of location, scale, correlation, and so on. Parametric statistics are those that are based on probabilistic models (ie, mathematical models involving probability) that involve parameters. For instance, an investigator might assume that her results have come from a population that is normally distributed with a certain mean and standard deviation; this would be a parametric model. She could estimate this pair of parameters, the mean and standard deviation, using parametric statistics, or test hypotheses about them, again using parametric statistics. In either case the parametric statistics she uses would be based on the parametric mathematical model she has chosen for her data.