1. But the emotional impact of these incidents far exceeds their statistical weight. 2. It allows for non-uniform statistical weights related to, e . g ., varying precision measurements in the sample. 3. The integration over all possible midpoints R " gives back the statistical weight for a chain starting at R', and terminating at R. 4. However, a 1991 journal publication refuted this claim in a report criticizing Abel's methods for double counting, and thus skewing the study's statistical weight. 5. Those figures, which are adjusted for sales to give more statistical weight to popular brands, have steadily decreased since 1968, the FTC's first year of testing. 6. It's not uncommon for voters in such races to choose only one candidate to give that vote more statistical weight, a practice called " bullet voting ." 7. Some panel members also said there was some evidence BiDil was effective, though it didn't carry enough statistical weight to prove conclusively that it could prolong lives. 8. This database allows for the determination of the statistical weight of evidence for forensic mitochondrial DNA typing results ( http : / / empop . org ). 9. The two parameters of the Zimm Bragg model are ?, the statistical weight for nucleating a helix and " s ", the statistical weight for propagating a helix. 10. The two parameters of the Zimm Bragg model are ?, the statistical weight for nucleating a helix and " s ", the statistical weight for propagating a helix.