Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.

autocorrelation |
the correlation between paired values of a function of a mathematical or statistical variable taken at usually constant intervals that indicates the degree of periodicity of the function. |

average |
mediocre (verb) to calculate the arithmetic mean of |

bimodal |
in statistics, having two modes. |

cartogram |
a map with diagrammatic statistical information. |

centile |
a value of a statistical variable. |

cliometric |
relating to cliometrics, the application of methods developed in other fields (as economics, statistics, and data processing) to the study of history. |

cliometrical |
relating to cliometrics, the application of methods developed in other fields (as economics, statistics, and data processing) to the study of history. |

cliometrics |
the application of statistical analysis of data in economic history. |

covariate |
a statistical variable. |

cusum |
a statistical technique that attempts to identify individuals by their characteristic use of language. |

demographic |
relating to demography; (noun) an analysis of the structure of a population. |

demography |
the study of population statistics and trends, such as births, deaths, and disease. |

leptokurtic |
in statistics, referring to a distribution showing a particular type of kurtosis. |

lod |
a statistic relating to the odds of an event. |

lognormal |
relating to or being a normal distribution that is the distribution of the logarithm of a random variable. |

lognormally |
(Adv.) LOGNORMAL, relating to or being a normal distribution that is the distribution of the logarithm of a random variable. |

median |
middle (noun) in statistics, the value middle in position |

medianly |
(Adv.) MEDIAN, in the middle. |

mesokurtic |
in statistics, referring to a distribution showing a particular type of kurtosis. |

multivariate |
having or involving a number of independent mathematical or statistical variables. |

nonparametric |
not involving the estimation of parameters of a statistical function. |

nonstatistical |
not statistical. |

ordinate |
ordered (verb) to subject to (statistical) ORDINATION |

ordinately |
(Adv.) ORDINATE, ordered. |

partial |
not whole (noun) in acoustics, a partial tone; (verb) as in partial out, to eliminate a factor in statistics |

percentile |
the value below which falls a large number of statistical units eg exam scores. |

platykurtic |
in statistics, referring to a distribution showing a particular type of kurtosis. |

polyadic |
of a relation, operation, etc., having several argument places. |

polynomial |
an expression composed of two or more terms, connected by the signs plus or minus. |

probit |
a unit of measurement of statistical probability. |

quantile |
any of the values of a random variable that divides a frequency distribution. |

stat |
(Short for) a statistic. |

statistic |
a tabulated numerical fact. |

statistical |
relating to statistics. |

statistically |
(Adv.) STATISTICAL, relating to statistics. |

statistician |
one versed in or engaged in compiling statistics. |