Define model, Advanced Statistics

Model is the description of the supposed structure of a set of observations which can range from a fairly imprecise verbal account to, more commonly, a formalized mathematical expression of the process supposed to have generated the observed data. The purpose of such type of description is to aid in understanding the data.

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