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Percentile rank
Percentile ranks (PRs or percentiles) compared to Normal curve equivalents (NCEs)The percentile rank of a score is the percentag...
Per capita
For the Australian think tank, see Per Capita.Per capita is a Latin prepositional phrase: per (preposition, taking the accusative ...
Parity plot
A parity plot is a scatterplot that compares experimental data against tabulated data.[clarification needed] Each point h...
Parallel analysis
Parallel analysis, also known as Horns parallel analysis, is a statistical method used to determine the number of components to ke...
Outliers ratio
In objective video quality assessment, the outliers ratio (OR) is a measure of the performance of an objective video quality metri...
Orthogonal signal correction
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Ordered probit
The model cannot be consistently estimated using ordinary least squares; it is usually estimated using maximum likelihood. For det...
Order of a kernel
In statistics, the order of a kernel is the degree of the first non-zero moment of a kernel.[1]References^ Li, Qi; Racine,...
Ogive (statistics)
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Observable variable
In statistics, observable variable or observable quantity (also manifest variables), as opposed to latent variable, is a variable ...
Normal-exponential-gamma distribution
References^ a b http://www.newton.ac.uk/programmes/SCB/seminars/121416154.html[dead link] vteProbability distributionsList...
Non-sampling error
In statistics, non-sampling error is a catch-all term for the deviations of estimates from their true values that are not a functi...
Network probability matrix
The network probability matrix describes the probability structure of a network based on the historical presence or absence of edg...
Nemenyi test
In statistics, the Nemenyi test is a post-hoc test intended to find the groups of data that differ after a statistical test of mul...
Natural population growth
Natural population increase (in contrast to total population increase) happens as people are born (in contrast to immigration) int...
Multiple discriminant analysis
For other uses of this acronym, see MDA (disambiguation).Multiple Discriminant Analysis (MDA) is a multivariate dimensionality red...
Mixture (probability)
For other uses, see mixture (disambiguation).In probability theory and statistics, a mixture is a probabilistic combination of two...
MINQUE
In statistics, the theory of minimum norm quadratic unbiased estimation (MINQUE)[1][2][3] was developed by...
Median follow-up
In statistics, median follow-up is the median time between a specified event and the time when data on outcomes are gathered. The...
Mean signed deviation
In statistics, the mean signed difference, deviation, or error (MSD) is a sample statistic that summarises how well a set of esti...
Matrix variate Dirichlet distribution
In statistics, the matrix variate Dirichlet distribution is a generalization of the matrix variate beta distribution.Suppose...
Marginal model
In statistics, marginal models (Heagerty & Zeger, 2000) are a technique for obtaining regression estimates in multilevel modeling,...
Marcum Q-function
In statistics, the Marcum-Q-function Q M {displa...
Manipulation check
Manipulation check is a term in experimental research in the social sciences which refers to certain kinds of secondary evaluation...
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