Overview: Statistical Model | ||
Function | ||
Definition | An equation or table that represents a set of assumptions about the probability of observations. | |
Value | Making predictions or modeling observations with generalizations | |
Related Techniques |
What is a Statistical Model? John Spacey, updated on
A statistical model is a probability distribution constructed to support analysis of data. These differ from standard mathematical models in that they are non-deterministic. In other words, they don't give you a single answer but rather predict the probability of outcomes.
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