Statistic

A value computed from sample measurements, usually but not always as an estimator of some population parameter.

Statistic

A statistic (singular) is a single measure of some attribute of a sample (e.g., its arithmetic mean value). It is calculated by applying a function (statistical algorithm) to the values of the items of the sample, which are known together as a set of data. More formally, statistical theory defines a statistic as a function of a sample where the fu...
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Statistic

An estimate of a parameter calculated from a set of data gathered from a sample
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Statistic

• (a.) Alt. of Statistical
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statistic

(back formation from statistics) any function computed from the values of a random sample, such as the sample mean or median, when considered as a random variable with a known probability distribution.
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statistic

noun a datum that can be represented numerically
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statistic

[Noun] Plural form: statistics. Part of maths that deals with collecting and looking at numerical information. Also means important figures.
Example: The statistics show that there are still children living in poverty in the UK.
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Statistic

[role-playing games] A statistic (or stat) in role-playing games is a piece of data that represents a particular aspect of a fictional character. That piece of data is usually a (unitless) integer or, in some cases, a set of dice. For some types of statistics, this value may be accompanied with a descriptive adjective, sometimes called a sp...
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statistic

a function of one or more random variables that does not depend upon any unknown parameter. (The distribution of the statistic may depend on one or more unknown parameters, but the statistic can be calculated without knowing them just from the realizations of the random variables, e.g. the data in a sample.) In general a statistic could be a vector...
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Statistic

A statistic is a quantity that is calculated from a sample of data. It is used to give information about unknown values in the corresponding population. It is possible to take more than one sample from the same population and the value of a statistic will in general vary from sample to sample.
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statistic

Any function computed from the values of a random sample, such as the sample mean or median, when considered as a random variable with a known probability distribution. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Statistic

Anything that can be calculated from a sample of data. The most common use of the word is for summary measures such as the sample mean and sample standard deviation, although graphical displays such as histograms are also statistics. When referring to the population mean or standard deviation, the term parameter is used.Descriptive StatisticsInvolv...
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Statistic

Real valued function whose value may vary with different outcomes of a certain experiment. This value must be computable for any given outcome of the experiment. Example of a statistic: the sample mean, the median of a sample, etc.
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statistic

[n] - a datum that can be represented numerically
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