statistician


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  • noun

Synonyms for statistician

a mathematician who specializes in statistics

someone versed in the collection and interpretation of numerical data (especially someone who uses statistics to calculate insurance premiums)

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So, you've to be an all- rounder," emphasised the man who was BCCI's official statistician from 1983 to 2010.
May 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Dental hygienist, event planner and public relations manager have been named among the best jobs for women in the new CareerCast report on the Best Jobs for Women, while such STEM jobs as biomedical engineer, statistician and actuary also made the list.
These official CPI figures from the independent statistician show that since deregulation, people living in Adelaide have been able to save money on their power bills.
I know of some very good economists and statisticians that have come from UNAM, for example Dr John Steytler who is Chief Statistician.
PENSIONERS were given some welcome news after the UK's top statistician said a key measure of inflation linked to retirement income and a raft of other investments and services should remain unchanged.
PENSIONERS were given some welcome news today after the UK's top statistician said a key measure of inflation linked to retirement income and a raft of other investments and services should remain unchanged.
For example, at every doctoral student's dissertation defense, there's always that unobtrusive statistician seated in the middle of room, who keeps silent until the data slides appear.
Following the realignment, each state would still have a state statistician and would have an official responsible for coordinating the field enumerators who gather the on-the-ground data for the agency.
The email, in the name of National Statistician Jil Matheson, asks residents to hand over personal data including financial information.
Now we have a senior statistician stating that you can't compare funding with schools in England because of the different factors in education policy between the two countries ("Cover-up claim as gap in pupil spending sums prove too hard", January 20).
Is the company willing to allow the statistician or researcher to speak to the public?
At the time of his death in 1978, "Julie" was the Commissioner for the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and earlier served as the Chief Statistician at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and the Chief Economic Statistician and Assistant Director of the Census Bureau.
National statistician Karen Dunnell said: "I am very pleased that ONS has developed this partnership with regional agencies.
In an example given by lead statistician Noel Cressie, it could take one person 500 years to fill in the gaps in a map depicting the thickness of the ozone layer, while the same job would take three minutes with the new software.
Cogwheels Of The Mind: The Story Of Venn Diagrams is expertly written by statistician and geneticist A.
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