# Statistics

## Long Term Growth Rate

The long-term growth rate, or LTGR, is a statistic used to measure the success of a company over an extended period of time. The LTGR is calculated by dividing a …

## Total Beta

Total beta is a statistic that reflects a company’s overall risk appetite. It is calculated by taking the betas of all of a company’s assets and liabilities, and then summing …

## Jump Process

The Jump Process in finance is a method of calculating risk in investments. It is a stochastic process that calculates the probability of an event happening in a given set …

## Stochastic Process

The stochastic process is a model used to describe the variability in an event or process. It is used to understand how markets operate, and can be used to predict …

## Utility Frequency

Utility frequency, or the number of times a particular resource is used, is important in predicting resource availability. By understanding how often a resource is used, planners can determine how …

## Upsampling

Upsampling is a sampling technique used in data analysis to increase the accuracy of results. It is done by taking a small sample from a larger population and then averaging …

## Sampling Frequency

Sampling frequency is the rate at which a sample is taken from a population. In some cases, it can also be used as a measure of how representative a population …

## Qualitative data

Qualitative data is data that is notquantitative. Qualitative data may be collected through interviews, surveys, focus groups, or other methods. It can include qualitative information about people, products, services, or …

## Oversampling

An oversampling technique is a way of sampling data that is too large to be handled by the average human. This can be done by using a machine to take …

## Exponential Stability

The exponential stability of a system is a measure of its ability to stay in a specific state or relationship over time. It is a statistic that reflects how often …

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