Definition of "statistically" [sta•tis•tic•al•ly]

  • In a statistical way. (adverb)
  • From a statistical point of view. (adverb)
  • From statistical evidence. (adverb)

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Use "statistically" in a sentence
  • "But in 1998, a broader study on the industry commissioned by regulators and conducted by researchers at Louisiana State University found what they called a statistically significant correlation: A 1% increase in platform age leads to a 0.3632% increase in the rate of accidents."
  • "But in 1998, a broader study on the industry commissioned by regulators and conducted by researchers at Louisiana State University found what they called a statistically significant correlation: A 1% increase in platform age leads to a 0.3632%"
  • "Perhaps because the kind of deviancy exhibited by the Butcher of Newark had once been exhibited by Psy in statistically high numbers … and was no longer being fully contained by Silence."