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descriptive statistics

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(Statistics) (functioning as singular) the use of statistics to describe a set of known data in a clear and concise manner, as in terms of its mean and variance, or diagrammatically, as by a histogram. Compare statistical inference
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popisná statistika
statistica descrittiva
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