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"Statistical probability" is a term sometimes used informally as a synonym for frequency probability, which identifies probability with relative frequency over a long series of events or the proportion of an event in a large population.

There are several other interpretations customarily classified as Bayesian probability, which have in common the application of probability to problems which don't necessarily involve repetitive events or populations.

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