# statistical analysis

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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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The statistical analysis of the pre and post-test questions revealed as much about the testing instrument as it did about the content of the tutorial.
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.
Systat Software's corporate vision is to be a global leader in statistical analysis and visualization software for scientists and engineers.
The likelihood of such enforcement discretion is enhanced by the assertion in the statement that "a pattern or practice of disparate treatment on a prohibited basis may also be established through a valid statistical analysis of detailed loan file information, provided that the analysis controls for possible legitimate explanations for differences in treatment."
Data can be downloaded to a PC through an RS232 cable interface for trend or statistical analysis. It's priced at \$1950.
A statistical analysis of federal government data shows that nursing homes that used Attends incontinence care products as part of their overall program of incontinence care reported a significantly lower incidence of pressure sores.
Using statistical analysis including analysis of variance and multiple regression as well as computer mapping, Margadant traces the changing hierarchies of French towns, all the while reminding his reader in the narrative that those hierarchies were framed in a debate which was set at the local level by townspeople and their representatives.
Instead, the methodology includes a detailed statistical analysis of the responses to produce mean and median ratings.
The limited useful life for the core deposit intangible asset was estimated through a statistical analysis of historical account retirement activity prior to the acquisition date (otherwise known as survival analysis).
"Black" and "Hispanic" categories were combined to form a minority" category and then compared to "Caucasians" for statistical analysis. Similarly, the categories of "services recommended upon discharge" were aggregated and compared with the category of "none." Hypothesized findings

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