Down |

1 | Not very nice |

3 | Something for dessert |

4 | Something you might need, when using statistical software |

5 | There are many of these in Statistics, including a 'T' one |

7 | There is a central theorem |

9 | Useful in set theory |

10 | The way something is divided or spread out |

11 | An array of numbers, or a place where you choose the red pill |

12 | A type of regression |

13 | This group doesn't get treatment |

14 | You probably won't get this one |

17 | A betting man likes these |

18 | Pick a number - pick any number... |

21 | Some people are quite divided over this one |

22 | Is this a statistical abbreviation, or a medical term? |

25 | I'll give you a hint, if and only if you want me to |

27 | Plural or singular - spelled the same |

Across |

2 | Make your best guess! |

6 | Difference between the observed value and predicted value |

8 | All the children in Lake Wobegon are above this |

15 | Stuck in the middle with you |

16 | All random variables in the sequence or vector have the same finite variance |

19 | Less than the whole |

20 | Sounds like something you'd row a boat with |

22 | In theory, this is a branch of mathematics |

23 | 1 or 0 |

24 | This assumption often simplifies the analysis |

26 | Value that appears most often in the data |

28 | You might get a curve out of this |

29 | Hopefully your pre-conceived notions won't do this to your analysis |

30 | This one's out there all by itself |