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  • ...What is Statistics, http://www.valpo.edu/appstats/index.php, 2009.</ref>. Statistical analysis can, for example, describe the average income of a population, ...re groups or to test how observations compare to a prediction. Some of the statistical concepts include mean (average), standard deviation (how concentrated o
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  • ...ert; Beth Dawson |authorlink= |editor= |others= |title=Basic & clinical biostatistics ...classification|fact of classification]], which is the chief source of all statistics, and has a relationship to [[psychometrics|psychometric]] applications i
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  • *Jacob Cohen (1994) [http://stats.org.uk/statistical-inference/Cohen1994.pdf The Earth is Round (p < .05)]. American Psychol *{{CZ:Ref:Hotelling 1933 Analysis of a complex of statistical variables into principal components‎}}
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  • {{r|Kappa statistic}} {{r|Applied statistics}}
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  • ...tistics Textbook] Especially see the First chapter, Elementary Concepts in Statistics. ...davidmlane.com/hyperstat/ HyperStat Online Statistics Textbook] Some basic statistical concepts.
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  • ...formation and a notorious source of misinformation. Misinterpretations of statistics by members of the medical and legal professions have led to false dia ...statistics are collected is thus an essential part of the understanding of statistics and is at least as important as a familiarity with the tools that are us
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  • {{r|Statistical parameter}} {{r|Median (statistics)}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[Statistics theory]]
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  • ...physicist best known for his formulation of electromagnetic theory and the statistical theory of gases.
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  • ...What is Statistics, http://www.valpo.edu/appstats/index.php, 2009.</ref>. Statistical analysis can, for example, describe the average income of a population, ...re groups or to test how observations compare to a prediction. Some of the statistical concepts include mean (average), standard deviation (how concentrated o
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  • In [[statistics theory|statistics]], an '''outlier''' is an observation in a data set that is so different The most common treatment of outliers is to exclude them from statistical calculations.
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  • {{r|Statistical parameter}} {{r|Median (statistics)}}
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  • ...f [[electromagnetism|electromagnetic theory]] and the [[kinetic gas theory|statistical theory of gases]]. He also provided quantifiable evidence for the thre ...es differing from the average velocity. Maxwell, who saw clearly that such statistical distributions could be physically important, wrote a memoir for the Bri
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  • ...f [[electromagnetism|electromagnetic theory]] and the [[kinetic gas theory|statistical theory of gases]]. He also provided quantifiable evidence for the thre ...es differing from the average velocity. Maxwell, who saw clearly that such statistical distributions could be physically important, wrote a memoir for the Bri
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  • ...ics of '''[[Physical polymer chemistry]]''' are [[Statistical physics]], [[Statistical thermodynamics]], [[Graph theory]], [[Group Theory]], [[Monte Carlo sim ...n within statistical limits. The concentration of macromolecules is also a statistical mean value for that reason. Like a simple solution, macromolecules diss
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  • ...ics of '''[[Physical polymer chemistry]]''' are [[Statistical physics]], [[Statistical thermodynamics]], [[Graph theory]], [[Group Theory]], [[Monte Carlo sim ...n within statistical limits. The concentration of macromolecules is also a statistical mean value for that reason. Like a simple solution, macromolecules diss
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  • {{r|Applied statistics}} {{r|Statistics theory}}
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  • {{r|Statistical significance}} {{r|Statistics theory}}
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  • {{r|Applied statistics}} {{r|Statistics theory}}
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  • {{r|Statistics theory}}
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  • {{r|Partition function (statistical physics)}}
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  • {{r|Statistics theory}} {{r|Free statistical software}}
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  • In [[physics]], '''mechanics''' includes all theories explaining the behaviour of matter. Mechanics can also refer to the prac As understanding of theories expands, they become unified.
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  • {{r|Statistical parameter}} {{r|Variance (statistics)}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Kappa statistic]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Statistics theory}}
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