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In [[statistics]], '''statistical measurement''' is the process of establishing the [[statitical significance]] for a data set or a data point on the basis of the [[statistical analysis]] of [[statistical data]], that allows the numerical findings to be interpreted.
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In [[statistics]], '''statistical measurement''' is the process of establishing the [[statistical significance]] for a data set or a data point on the basis of the [[statistical analysis]] of [[statistical data]], that allows the numerical findings to be interpreted.
   
 
For example in a [[normal distribution]] we can report the [[statistical probability]] of a particular value being found, by reference to the [[standard deviation]], by the process of statistical measurement.
 
For example in a [[normal distribution]] we can report the [[statistical probability]] of a particular value being found, by reference to the [[standard deviation]], by the process of statistical measurement.

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In statistics, statistical measurement is the process of establishing the statistical significance for a data set or a data point on the basis of the statistical analysis of statistical data, that allows the numerical findings to be interpreted.

For example in a normal distribution we can report the statistical probability of a particular value being found, by reference to the standard deviation, by the process of statistical measurement.


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