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# What is a Statistical Population?

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A statistical population is a well-defined set of individuals, things, animals, events, or concepts that are of interest to research or analysis. This is based on a set of shared properties that some grouping have in common. The following are illustrative examples of a statistical population.
 Coffee drinkers in France. Smokers over 50. Customers who purchased a particular product. Customers who logon more an 20 times a month. Students at a particular college. Employees working for a firm with more than 10 billion in revenue. Households in a particular city. Movies released in a year. Alloys that contain gold. The trees in a park. Electric cars sold in a year. Patients diagnosed with a particular medical condition in the past three years in the United States. Books published by an author. Crimes reported in a city in a year. Companies that went bankrupt in a decade. Homes sold in a year. Visitors to a retail location. Users of a mobile app. Voters who are undecided regarding an upcoming election. Voters who feel that environmental protection is a priority. Active users of a library who are under 30 years of age.
 Overview: Statistical Population Function Statistical Analysis Definition (1) A set of observations that share a property or set of properties. Definition (2) A well-defined set of individuals, things, animals, events, or concepts that are of interest to research or analysis. Value Targeting a set of data for the purposes of analysis. Related Techniques
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