- QLd Debut: Feb 2009 v Bulls, Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria (2006 v Stormers, Cape Town for Brumbies)
- QLD S12/14 Caps: 50 (27 for Brumbies)
- QLD S12/14 Debut: Feb 2009 v Bulls, Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria (2006 v Stormers, Cape Town for Brumbies)
- QLD S12/14 Points: 35 (1t)
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Other articles related to "statistics":
... Bose's interpretation is now called Bose–Einstein statistics ... result derived by Bose laid the foundation of quantum statistics, as acknowledged by Einstein and Dirac ... Prizes were awarded for research related to the concepts of the boson, Bose–Einstein statistics and Bose–Einstein condensate—the latest being the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physics given ...
... Then he became interested in statistics and probability models ... From 1949–50, he spent a fellowship year at Columbia University to study statistics more intensively ... he taught courses in statistics and econometrics ...
... Traditionally, statistics was concerned with drawing inferences using a semi-standardized methodology that was "required learning" in most sciences ... This has changed with use of statistics in non-inferential contexts ... function may be transformed with familiar tools used in statistics to reveal underlying patterns, which may then lead to hypotheses ...
... Cantonment Clinch began providing meteorological observations in the 1830s ... Observations from the Pensacola area continued intermittently over the next several decades ...
... automatically computed the game keeps track of statistics and controls dice rolling ... During character creation, statistics including name, gender, race, class, ability scores and weapon proficiencies may be altered ... Magic users and thieves have more statistics, in the form of spells and thief abilities, respectively ...
Famous quotes containing the word statistics:
“We ask for no statistics of the killed,
For nothing political impinges on
This single casualty, or all those gone,
Missing or healing, sinking or dispersed,
Hundreds of thousands counted, millions lost.”
—Karl Shapiro (b. 1913)
“O for a man who is a man, and, as my neighbor says, has a bone in his back which you cannot pass your hand through! Our statistics are at fault: the population has been returned too large. How many men are there to a square thousand miles in this country? Hardly one.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“He uses statistics as a drunken man uses lamp-postsfor support rather than illumination.”
—Andrew Lang (18441912)