Statistically in a sentence

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Definition of Statistically

  • In the way of statistics.
  • with respect to statistics

How to use statistically in a sentence. Statistically pronunciation.

Statistically speaking practically nobody ever got an interplanetary position.
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Thomas Bayes was an 18th century British mathematician that no one cared about until a couple hundred years after he died, when computer scientists realized that his technique for statistically analyzing mountains of data would be super-useful for the modern world's info-Himalayas.
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The law didn't care if you were actually doing anything bad; they were willing to put you under the microscope just for being statistically abnormal.
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It would be desirable to test statistically, in a similar manner, the truth of the oft-repeated statement that coloured children at first learn as quickly as white children, but that they afterwards fall off in progress.
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Protons with a kinetic energy of ten to the nineteenth electron volts, while statistically rare, are not unusual.
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Statistically, starships were the safest means of transportation ever used by man; so safe that Very Important Persons used them regularly, unthinkingly, and as a matter of course.
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Statistically, the starships' fatality rate per million passenger-light-years was a small fraction of that of the automobiles' per million passenger-miles.
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Statistically the odds were against him ever being accepted into the elite National Police Force.
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Statistically it was impossible, and that meant someone altered the amounts on pur- pose.
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So, too, I would have liked to give the result, statistically, of an inquiry, which the helpful kindness of Miss Faith E. Smith, chairman of this section, has enabled me to make.
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You worked for those who set off the bombs and tested and tested while the cycle went up and up beyond human tolerance-not the death level, but the level where nothing was sure again, the level that made cancer a thing of epidemic proportions, replacing statistically all of the insane multitude of things that man could do to kill himself.
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Examples of Statistically

Example #1
But he’d made step one along the path of a lifetime ambition.
Example #2
Almost all were annually rejected.
Example #3
Here's some of how Bayesian stats work.
Example #4
Darryl and I once tried to write our own better spam filter and when you filter spam, you need Bayesian math.
Example #5
And I couldn't even stop it - now that the Xnet was running, it had a life of its own.
Example #6
I was putting all the people who signed onto the Xnet in jeopardy.