### Definition of Statistical procedure

1. Noun. A method of analyzing or representing statistical data; a procedure for calculating a statistic.

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Statistical Procedure

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### Literary usage of Statistical procedure

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1. Wage Worth of School Training: An Analytical Study of Six Hundred Women by Anna Charlotte Hedges (1915)
"... VI statistical procedure The records are in two divisions: 1. General Group, 2. School History Group. Statistical treatment of each group has been ..."

2. Wage Worth of School Training: An Analytical Study of Six Hundred Women by Anna Charlotte Hedges (1915)
"... VI statistical procedure The records are in two divisions: 1. General Group, 2. School History Group. Statistical treatment of each group has been ..."

3. The Likelihood Principle by James O. Berger, Robert L. Wolpert (1988)
"The argument that "significance testing is the only available statistical procedure" is hardly persuasive when it is known that this available statistical ..."

4. Proceedings of the FAO/IRRI Workshop on Judicious and Efficient Use of by International Rice Research Institute (1984)
"STATISTICAL PROBLEMS FOR LABORATORY AND FIELD TESTS KA Gomez statistical procedure should fit the specific problems and needs of a given experiment. ..."

5. Recent Developments in Multiple Comparison Procedures by Yoav Benjamini, Frank Bretz, S. K. Sarkar (2004)
"A conventional approach to limit the type I error a of the statistical procedure (also called consumer's risk in case of an efficacy endpoint) whilst ..."