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statistical analysis

[stə′tis·tə·kəl ə′nal·ə·səs]
(statistics)
The body of techniques used in statistical inference concerning a population.
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In this descriptive study, all original articles published by these two monthly Medline indexed journals in the year 2015 were reviewed in terms of study designs used, application of statistical tests, and the use of statistical analysis programmes.
These articles all involved mention of statistical analysis.
In addition, statistical research continues to move forward in all these areas and many innovative statistical analysis methods are contributing to the BioConductor project; an open source collective for statistical and bioinformatics methods and software.
If you are looking for a text that covers the mathematical theory of multivariate statistical analysis, this book will serve you well, but if you are looking for a text that addresses how to analyze and interpret multivariate data, then a text on multivariate data analysis (as opposed to multivariate statistical analysis) such as Computer-Aided Multivariate Analysis by Afifi, May, and Clark, or Applied Multivariate Data Analysis by Everitt and Dunn would probably be a better choice.
A statistical analysis of the data from a key comparison and interpretation of its outputs requires assumptions and models about the relationship between the data [[x.
STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING uses advanced statistical analysis processes to calculate the impact of multiple survey items on each other.
Dual chapter essays on career management and the reward system in the community again offer both narrative discussion and statistical analysis to buttress Lankford's arguments.
After data was collected, the variables from each heat were keyed into a statistical analysis program.
Statistical analysis using a cost function reveals that there were economies of scale in complying with Truth in Savings, a result that gives further credence to the findings of earlier studies involving other regulations.
Finally, we've included applications for setting up Design of Experiments (DOE) procedures and for general statistical analysis.
But even if that were the case, the Boston Fed's statistical analysis would not take such additional information into account, and so would yield misleading findings.

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