Synonyms for Statistics:

n.
• calculation account ,
 algorithm ,
 appraisal ,
 approximation ,
 arithmetic ,
 assessment ,
 calculation ,
 calculus ,
 computation ,
 conclusion ,
 consideration ,
 count ,
 deduction ,
 determination ,
 division ,
 enumeration ,
 estimation ,
 evaluation ,
 gauge ,
 guess ,
 inference ,
 judgement ,
 measurement ,
 method ,
 multiplication ,
 plan ,
 plot ,
 presumption ,
 program ,
 quantification ,
 rank ,
 reckoning ,
 schedule ,
 scheme ,
 score ,
 study ,
 sum ,
 supposition ,
 system ,
 tally ,
 thought ,
 total ,
 triangulation ,
 valuation ,
 value .
 Algorithms ,
 Evaluations ,
 Measurements ,
 Programs ,
 Schedules ,
 Studies ,
 Tallies ,
 accounts ,
 appraisals ,
 approximations ,
 assessments ,
 calculations ,
 computations ,
 conclusions ,
 considerations ,
 counts ,
 deductions ,
 determinations ,
 divisions ,
 estimations ,
 gauges ,
 guesses ,
 inferences ,
 judgements ,
 methods ,
 plans ,
 plots ,
 presumptions ,
 ranks ,
 schemes ,
 scores ,
 sums ,
 suppositions ,
 systems ,
 thoughts ,
 totals ,
 valuations ,
 values .
 chapter verse ,
 de tails ,
 details ,
 in put ,
 in puts ,
 input ,
 inputs ,
 infos ,
 whole stories .
Other synonyms:
 intelligence ,
 table .
Other relevant words:
 BILL OF COSTS ,
 Bookmaking ,
 Compte rendu ,
 Dactylonomy ,
 Demographics ,
 Recension ,
 Resources ,
 Rhabdology ,
 STATS ,
 Supputation ,
 algorism ,
 analysis ,
 annals ,
 apparatus ,
 applied math ,
 applied mathematics ,
 archive ,
 assurance ,
 atlas ,
 averages ,
 bill ,
 bill of fare ,
 bill of lading ,
 biography ,
 blue book ,
 book ,
 budget ,
 carte ,
 catalogue raisonne ,
 census ,
 chart ,
 chronicle ,
 correlation ,
 correlational analysis ,
 correlational statistics ,
 datums ,
 details ,
 deviations ,
 diagram ,
 documentation ,
 documents ,
 evidence ,
 examination ,
 facts ,
 finance ,
 gaming ,
 graph ,
 guides ,
 history ,
 index ,
 information ,
 invoice ,
 itemization ,
 least squares ,
 ledger ,
 legend ,
 list ,
 listing ,
 markers ,
 material ,
 matter ,
 means ,
 menu ,
 moments ,
 money matters ,
 nonparametric statistics ,
 norms ,
 notes ,
 numbering ,
 numbers ,
 numeration ,
 observations ,
 pagination ,
 papers ,
 predictability ,
 probability theory ,
 profile ,
 prospectus ,
 quantum mechanics ,
 regression ,
 regression analysis ,
 research ,
 return ,
 returns ,
 scroll ,
 signs ,
 speculation ,
 standard deviation ,
 state paper ,
 statistic ,
 statistical ,
 statistically ,
 statistician ,
 statisticians ,
 summation ,
 supplies ,
 survey ,
 tableau ,
 tabulation ,
 tale ,
 terrier ,
 text ,
 track record ,
 trigonometry .

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Equivalence

Cardinal number
statistical.

Adjective
statistical.

Proper noun, plural
STATS.

Proper noun, singular
statistical, STATS.

Noun, plural
statistical, STATS.

Verb, past tense
statistical.

Verb, gerund or present participle
statistical.

Verb, 3rd person singular present
statistical, STATS.

Verb, base form
statistical.

Cardinal number

Forward Entailment

Proper noun, singular
statistic.

Verb, past tense
statistic.

Proper noun, singular

Independent

Adjective
STAT.

Proper noun, plural
Entities, Ideas, Industries, Databases, Incomes, Populations, Records, officers, counts, registers, declarations, facts, investigations, nations, numerals, NBS, registrars, particulars, priorities.

Proper noun, singular
Businesses, women, Respondents, Undertakings, counts, sets, enterprises, facts, presentations, patterns, numerals, STAT, statistique.

Noun, plural
goods, men, needs, Activities, Areas, Businesses, Categories, Children, Duties, Entries, Facilities, Firms, women, Indexes, Industries, Ones, Quantities, metrics, Communities, Countries, Studies, Adults, Characters, Classifications, Crimes, Databases, Incomes, Measures, Prices, Records, Resources, Rights, Schools, Specialists, Standards, Taxes, Undertakings, crops, ministers, errors, mistakes, employees, techniques, levels, counts, claims, inputs, accidents, officials, accounts, totals, estimates, plans, calculations, methods, notes, documents, applications, markets, cases, implications, regions, enterprises, factors, projects, purposes, establishments, tasks, functions, flows, codes, paragraphs, grades, groups, issues, facts, ages, dates, reasons, payments, events, outcomes, results, exporters, targets, points, indications, immigrants, amounts, aspects, provinces, investigations, features, patterns, problems, components, items, materials, offices, numerals, chapters, responsibilities, dials, revenues, requirements, products, particulars, parameters, institutions.

Verb, gerund or present participle
according.

Adjective

Other Related

Verb, past tense
reported.

Verb, gerund or present participle
reporting.

Verb, past tense
What are the hypernyms for Statistics?
A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
hypernyms for statistics (as nouns)
What are the hyponyms for Statistics?
Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.
hyponyms for statistics (as nouns)

cognition
applied math, applied mathematics.

cognition
What are the meronyms for Statistics?
Meronyms are words that refer to a part of something, where the whole is denoted by another word.
meronyms for statistics (as nouns)

cognition
statistical method, statistical procedure.

cognition
Usage examples for Statistics
As regards quantity, the following details speak for themselvesI take the theatrical statistics for the year 18951896: The Berlin Opera House produces 60 various works52 operas and 8 ballets.
"The Operatic Problem"
According to Lassalle, in the absence as yet of an adequate system of commercial statistics, the number of known conditions is always much smaller than the number of unknown, and the consequence is, that trade is very much a game of chance.
"Contemporary Socialism"
Economic politics is, of course, like all other politics, an affair of times and nations; but economic science belongs to mankind, and contains principles which may be accurately enough termed, as Roscher terms them, natural laws, and which may be applied, as he would apply them, to the improvement of particular economic situations, on condition that sufficiently complete and correct statistics are obtained beforehand of the whole actual circumstances.
"Contemporary Socialism"
Famous quotes with Statistics

We had kind of a rocky start, but I spent a lot of time working with the President and handing him statistics and showing him what we were doing as we went along and kind of saying to him, you know, this is really important.

Awards mean a lot, but they don't say it all. The people in baseball mean more to me than statistics.

Like dreams, statistics are a form of wish fulfillment.

Democracy is an abuse of statistics.

The statistics on sanity are that one out of every four Americans is suffering from some form of mental illness. Think of your three best friends. If they're okay, then it's you.
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