# inferential

English - Turkish
{s} anlaşılan
sonuç olarak çıkarılabilir
çıkarılabilen
dolayıyle anlayarak
inferentiallyistidlâl edilerek
(İstatistik) vardamlı
inferential statistic
çıkarımsal istatistik
inferential statistics
(İstatistik) Örneklem gruplarından elde edilen bulgulardan hareketle araştırma ev­reninin bütününü bağlayıcı genellemeler yapmak için kullanı­lan istatistiksel yöntem ve teknikler toplamı
English - English
Of, pertaining to, or derived using inference
of reasoning; proceeding from general premisses to a necessary and specific conclusion
{s} conclusive, pertaining to a conclusion, pertaining to inference, speculative
derived or capable of being derived by inference
relating to or having the nature of illation or inference; "the illative faculty of the mind"
based on interpretation; not directly expressed
resembling or dependent on or arrived at by inference; "an illative conclusion"; "inferential reasoning"
Deduced or deducible by inference
based on interpretation; not directly expressed derived or capable of being derived by inference of reasoning; proceeding from general premisses to a necessary and specific conclusion relating to or having the nature of illation or inference; "the illative faculty of the mind
inferential statistics
A branch of statistics studying statistical inference—drawing conclusions about a population from a random sample drawn from it, or, more generally, about a random process from its observed behavior during a finite period of time
inferential statistics
refers to statistics used to make conclusions or generalizations about populations based on samples including the shared characteristics, similarities, differences, and patterns of responses
inferential statistics
Data about a sample are used make judgments (inferences) about a population
inferential statistics
deal with making inferences from samples to whole populations
inferential statistics
statistics that are used to determine how likely it is that results that are obtained are not due to chance
inferential statistics
That branch of statistics that involves drawing inferences about parameters of the population(s) from which you have sampled
inferential statistics
Mathematical analyses that move beyond mere description of research data to make inferences about the larger population from which the sample was drawn
inferential statistics
One use of statistics is to be able to make inferences or judgments about a larger population based on the data collected from a small sample drawn from the population Exit polling used during elections to determine how the population of voters voted is an example of the use of inferential statistics A key component of inferential statistics is the calculation of statistical significance of a research finding
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Techniques that use sample data to draw general conclusions about populations
inferential statistics
Statistics used to determine whether changes in a dependent variable are caused by an independent variable
inferential statistics
Procedures employed to arrive at broader generalizations or inferences from sample data to populations
inferential statistics
Statistical test that makes generalizations about a population based of the numeric information obtained from a sample based on the laws of probability
inferential statistics
Procedures and measures used to make inferences about population characteristics from samples drawn from that population The process of hypothesis testing is part of inferential statistics
inferential statistics
Techniques used to draw conclusions from data
inferential

## Hyphenation

in·fer·en·tial

## Synonyms

presumed, to be inferred, to be expected, likely

## Etymology

[ "in-f&-'ren(t)-sh&l ] (adjective.) 1657. Medieval Latin inferentia, from Latin inferent-, inferens, present participle of inferre.

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