actuary |
a person who calculates insurance rates, risks, and dividends on the basis of statistical probabilities. |

appendix |
a section with additional material, often bibliographical or statistical, attached at the end of a book, article, or other text. [1/3 definitions] |

biometrics |
(used with a sing. verb) the mathematical and statistical analysis of biological data. |

box score |
a statistical summary in table form of each player's performance in a game, esp. baseball or basketball. |

Bureau of Labor Statistics |
a research agency of the U.S. Department of Labor that collects and compiles statistical information, providing such measures as Consumer Price Index, inflation rate, and unemployment rate. |

census |
an official count and statistical survey of a population, usu. conducted at periodic intervals. |

chi-square |
a statistical method that determines to what degree the differences between expected data and data actually derived can be ascribed to chance, rather than to some general cause or principle. |

demographic |
of or relating to the study of human populations, involving statistical analysis of size, distribution, density, migration, fertility, and the like. [1/3 definitions] |

demographics |
the characteristics of human populations, as shown by statistical analysis of their size, distribution, migration, density, or the like. |

demography |
the study of human populations, involving statistical analysis of size, distribution, density, migration, fertility, and the like. |

econometrics |
(used with a sing. verb) the application of mathematical and statistical methods to research in economics. |

frequency distribution |
a table of statistical data in which the observed values of a variable are grouped into classes, and the frequencies for each class are given. |

Gaussian |
of or pertaining to a function named after the mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss that represents statistical data as a symmetrical bell-shaped curve. [1/4 definitions] |

Gaussian distribution function |
a function named after the mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss that represents statistical data as a symmetrical bell-shaped curve; normal distribution function. |

-ile |
a division of (such) a size in a statistical range. [1/2 definitions] |

indicator |
one of the various statistical measures that show the relative stability of an economic system. [1/3 definitions] |

mean deviation |
a measure of variability, esp. in a statistical distribution, that is equal to the average of the absolute values of a set of deviations from the arithmetic mean or some other specified value. |

median |
the middle value in a series of numbers, or in a statistical distribution. [1/6 definitions] |

nonstatistical |
combined form of statistical. |

normal distribution function |
a function that represents statistical data as a symmetrical bell-shaped curve; Gaussian distribution function. |

skew |
to distort, as from a normal statistical curve or some other expected pattern. [1/6 definitions] |