Similar words: statistics, artistic, sophisticated, dramatically, automatically, vertical, critical, that is to say. Meaning: [stəˈtɪstɪk(ə)l] adj. of or relating to statistics.

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1. The report contains a great deal of

*statistical*information.2.

*Statistical*graphs may be inaccurate and misleading.3. They provided some useful

*statistical*information.4.

*Statistical*anomalies can make it difficult to compare economic data from one year to the next.5. We have eliminated all

*statistical*tables, which are of interest only to the specialist.6. The statistician diagrammed the

*statistical*results.6. Wish you will love sentencedict.com and make progress everyday!

7. They're making detailed

*statistical*analysis.8. Sophisticated

*statistical*analysis was employed to obtain these results.9. He showed the price fluctuations in a

*statistical*table.10. The reliability of the

*statistical*estimates can be measured.11. They were doing some type of

*statistical*analysis .12. All the

*statistical*computations were performed by the new software system.13. The 466-page book is a rich seam of

*statistical*information.14. By some

*statistical*sleight of hand the government have produced figures showing that unemployment has recently fallen.15. Laminin was the continuous variable for most

*statistical*tests.16. Student's t test was used for

*statistical*evaluation.17. Not so rapid are the

*statistical*analyses.18. Dedicated software permitted

*statistical*analysis of the data obtained.19. All

*statistical*calculations were two tailed.20. The atlas contains full

*statistical*descriptions of each country.21. A mathematical theory of

*statistical*predictors and how to assess their accuracy has been developed by the principal investigator and others.22. The extremes of a

*statistical*distribution represent unpredictably rare individual events, which have very low values of statistical probability.23. The equivalent

*statistical*probabilities for the proven component of proven and probable reserves are 90 percent and 10 percent respectively.24. But

*statistical*data, financial reports, and tables are often printed across wider paper.25.

*Statistical*analysis was performed using the Mann-Whitney test and Spearman's rank correlation test as appropriate.26. Given data which are free from bias there are further snares to avoid in

*statistical*work.27. We now realize that much of Burt's research was presented with a

*statistical*sleight of hand.28. Second, and more fundamentally, they drew attention to the difficulties of finding a satisfactory measure of performance in

*statistical*terms.29. Completed questionnaires of 786 middle-class men were subjected to comprehensive

*statistical*analysis.30. They will also work in Soviet archives, where a great deal of new

*statistical*data has become available.More similar words: statistics, artistic, sophisticated, dramatically, automatically, vertical, critical, that is to say, practical, political, identical, realistic, practically, theoretical, politically, historical, optimistic, historically, devastating, characteristic, prestidigitation, state, antiseptic, statue, status, estate, scientist, that is, chastisement, statute.