Statistical problem

Statistical problem,

Definition of Statistical problem:

  1. A problem that is dissected and carried out by first gathering facts and data analysis related to the process as a whole. The statistical problem often includes issues of probability, sampling, estimation and inferential statistics, enabling a team to develop the most effective project map within a problem-solving framework. For example, a manufacturer who produces cars and is looking to paint those cars may consult a wide range of individuals, including painters, supervisors, paint representatives or similar experts to gather all the information necessary for the process to be successful.

Meaning of Statistical problem & Statistical problem Definition