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Relating to the use of statistics.‘a statistical comparison’
- ‘He attended Pearson's lectures and learnt how to go about statistical research.’
- ‘He has written on stochastic geometry and its applications, and the statistical theory of shape.’
- ‘To perform statistical comparisons, we grouped monthly data together within each period.’
- ‘We can now use the statistical arguments of the last section on each individual row.’
- ‘At the time of his death, his authority in German statistical circles was unrivalled.’
- ‘I soon found out that the German statistical literature did not offer too many ideas.’
- ‘It was at the Ministry of Agriculture that Kendall became involved in statistical work.’
- ‘It mostly seems to be used in an attempt to get statistical mathematics to do your thinking for you.’
- ‘All data were tested to determine if they met the assumptions of parametric statistical analysis.’
- ‘We can use statistical methods to analyse historic data and describe the variation.’
- ‘All statistical computations were done using the Statistical Analysis System.’
- ‘In this paper we use statistical techniques to examine data from two randomised controlled trials.’
- ‘As for statistical evidence, this would be much more valuable if it was more specific.’
- ‘Somewhere along the line the truth had been buried, a statistical error made and a lie perpetuated.’
- ‘An indicator variable for wave of survey was entered into all multivariate statistical analyses.’
- ‘One way in which this can occur is when a statistical technique known as factor analysis is employed.’
- ‘He used his statistical expertise to develop a method to estimate aircraft vulnerability.’
- ‘For statistical comparisons between the groups the Wilcoxon rank sum test was used.’
- ‘This may represent a type I statistical error, despite the large sample size.’
- ‘He lectured and assisted with tutorial sessions and began to take an interest in statistical ideas.’
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