Statistics (IPA: /stəˈtɪstɪks/)

Statistics (n.) |

The science which has to do with the collection and classification of certain facts respecting the condition of the people in a state. |

Statistics (n.) |

Classified facts respecting the condition of the people in a state, their health, their longevity, domestic economy, arts, property, and political strength, their resources, the state of the country, etc., or respecting any particular class or interest; especially, those facts which can be stated in numbers, or in tables of numbers, or in any tabular and classified arrangement. |

Statistics (n.) |

The branch of mathematics which studies methods for the calculation of probabilities. |

Statistics |

Study of the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data |

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Single by Lyfe Jennings |

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Journal |

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Scholarly article |

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1860 scholarly article |

Statistics Rhymes

Mystics |

Ballistics, Linguistics, Logistics, Statistics, Statistics' |

Characteristics, Criminalistics |

Spanish Translation |

Statistics in Spanish is Estadísticas |

Tagalog Translation |

Statistics in Tagalog is Estadistika |

Example Sentence (Quote)" (Econometrics is) the unification of economic theory, statistics and mathematics." - Econometrics |

Example Sentence (Quote)"91.7 percent of all statistics are made-up on the spot." - Statistics |

Example Sentence (Quote)"A well-wrapped statistic is better than Hitler's big lie ; it misleads, yet it cannot be pinned on you." - Statistics |

Example Sentence (Quote)" Although its evolution in the United States differed markedly from that of applied mathematics, statistics, too, benefited from the presence of the emigres and from the overall war effort. After a protracted period of professional differentiation from the social scientists and from the social sciences, mathematical statisticians had formed their own society, the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS), in 1935. By 1938, the IMS had also taken over responsibility for the Annals of Mathematical Statistics, a journal that had been founded in 1929 to serve the needs of the more mathematically and theoretically |