Definition:Inductive Statistics

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Inductive statistics is the phase of statistics which is concerned with the conditions under which conclusions about populations can be drawn from analysis of particular samples.

The inferences drawn by inductive statistics are generally couched in the language of probability theory.

Also known as

Inductive statistics is also known as statistical inference, or inferential statistics.

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