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The practice or science of collecting and analyzing numerical data in large quantities, esp. for the purpose of inferring proportions in a whole from those in a representative sample,
1. The practice or science of collecting and analyzing numerical data in large quantities, esp. for the purpose of inferring proportions in a whole from those in a representative sample

1. a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
2. (statistical) of or relating to statistics; "statistical population"
3. Denver Dalley is an accomplished singer-songwriter who got his start in Omaha, Nebraska.
4. "Statistics" is the second single released from Lyfe Jennings' fourth album I Still Believe. on June 22, 2010.
5. (Statistical) The quantity of fertilizers manufactured and consumed is increasing in all portions of the crop-producing world; and especially in the United States there has been a rapid increase from one decade to another. ...
6. (Statistical) relating to information about something that has been measured in numbers. The study of statistics measures (in numbers) how often something happens or how much of something there is. For example, employment statistics measure how many people have jobs.  410
7. (Statistical) survey methods are very efficient because they require sampling relatively few locations to make valid scientific statements about the condition of large areas (e.g., all wadeable streams within an EPA Region).
8. (statistical) Making inferences in uncertain situations using applied mathematics. Measurements from a small group, the sample, are used to infer the behavior of a larger group, the population. Probability theory determines how well the sample represents the population.
9. The records kept by ad serving software when an ad it has served is clicked on. These stats may be recorded as total impressions or click throughs, or in alternative, more detailed forms, e.g. geographical location, o/s etc.
11. Statistics are important to find out who is coming to your site, what pages they are visiting, where they are coming from, which browsers are being used and more. Some hosts will provide access to only the raw log files, while others allow you to generate statistics reports. ...
12. Many servers take the information from your server/traffic log and compile it in a user-friendly, easy-to-read format for you to analyze trends about your web site.
13. Website usage information compiled into user-friendly format. Statistics often include the number of visitors to a site, which pages receive the most requests, and how much time is spent browsing the site.
14. The science of collecting, organizing, and analyzing data.
15. A robot assistant for looking up translations, definitions, synonyms, antonyms, and references of words.
16. Numerical data about an institution or group's use of a digital reference service.
17. Refers to a collection of tests or techniques that are applied to the data, or observations, which social scientists have gathered. There are two categories of statistics: descriptive and inferential. ...
18. augmented repetitions, distribution, Kolmogorov-Smirnov, null hypothesis, one-sided test, population, population estimation, random, randomness testing, really random, universe
19. applies probability theory to define uncertainty and reduce its impact.
20. Collated or raw numbers that are the result of research, surveys, or information gathering. Data may appear in database form, as raw numbers, or in stylized report and table format.
21. The mathematical procedure to describe probabilities and the random or non-random distribution of matter or occurrence of events.
22. The word we now use for numerical data and their analysis was originally from the German statistik and was used in much the same way we would now use the term "political science". The first appearence of the word in an American dictionary was in 1803. ...
23. Statistics are the methods used to evaluate the effects of chance. They are the methods to quantify and evaluate information containing uncertainty of random origin (noise) in results from groups of individuals, each with inherent biological differences and thus biological variability, when ...
24. The  field of study concerning information calculated from sample data.
25. Quoting statistics is an effective technique, when compiled correctly, in qualifying a point in a text. Statistical details are solid proof that add weight to an argument. ...