Definitions for "Statistic"
A mathematical function of a set of measurements, typically used to summarize a data set or to estimate unknown parameters. The mean, the standard deviation, the correlation coefficient, and the slope of a regression line are examples of statistics.
when an index such as the median is used to describe a characteristic of a sample (Shavelson, 1996).
A random variable that is a function of data.
A number computed from data on one or more variables.
a fact or piece of information that is expressed as a number or percentage
an exponentially weighted average of all prior data
Keywords:  kruskal, wallis, test
a Kruskal-Wallis test
Keywords:  tabulation, pertaining
Of or pertaining to statistics; as, statistical knowledge; statistical tabulation.
a datum that can be represented numerically
an algebraic expression combining scores into a single number
a number calculated from numerical data
Keywords:  inanimate, object
an inanimate object
a mathematical tool or formula used to test the probability of being right or wrong when we say a hypothesis is true or false
a number that, either by definition or by mathematics, measure the occurrence or value of something
A probe in or instrumentation of a component of the operating system.
Keywords:  lane, steps
LANE STEPS
Keywords:  variant, mean, one
a mean of the states of more than one (not all) variant
Keywords:  alarms, messages, related
Messages related to statistic alarms.
A view of inventory information that looks at several systems rather than one at a time.
Keywords:  primary, see
See "Primary Statistic".