population

Population vs Militia - What's the difference?

population | militia |


As nouns the difference between population and militia

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while militia is (in particular) an army of trained civilians, which may be an official reserve army, called upon in time of need, the entire able-bodied population of a state which may also be called upon or a private force not under government control.

Population vs Harlem - What's the difference?

population | harlem |

Population vs Enclave - What's the difference?

population | enclave |


As nouns the difference between population and enclave

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while enclave is a political, cultural or social entity or part thereof that is completely surrounded by another.

As a verb enclave is

to enclose within a foreign territory.

Population vs Sensitivity - What's the difference?

population | sensitivity |


In context|statistics|lang=en terms the difference between population and sensitivity

is that population is (statistics) a group of units (persons, objects, or other items) enumerated in a census or from which a sample is drawn while sensitivity is (statistics) the proportion of individuals in a population that will be correctly identified in a binary classification test.

As nouns the difference between population and sensitivity

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while sensitivity is the quality of being sensitive.

Population vs Percentile - What's the difference?

population | percentile |


In context|statistics|lang=en terms the difference between population and percentile

is that population is (statistics) a group of units (persons, objects, or other items) enumerated in a census or from which a sample is drawn while percentile is (statistics) any one of the hundred groups so divided.

As nouns the difference between population and percentile

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while percentile is (statistics) any of the ninety-nine points that divide an ordered distribution into one hundred parts, each containing one per cent of the population.

Population vs Urbanization - What's the difference?

population | urbanization |


As nouns the difference between population and urbanization

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while urbanization is the process of the formation and growth of cities.

Population vs Quartile - What's the difference?

population | quartile |


In context|statistics|lang=en terms the difference between population and quartile

is that population is (statistics) a group of units (persons, objects, or other items) enumerated in a census or from which a sample is drawn while quartile is (statistics) any one of the four groups so divided.

As nouns the difference between population and quartile

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while quartile is (statistics) any of the three points that divide an ordered distribution into four parts, each containing a quarter of the population.

Population vs Malthusianism - What's the difference?

population | malthusianism |

Population vs Malthusian - What's the difference?

population | malthusian |

Population vs Pathogen - What's the difference?

population | pathogen |


As nouns the difference between population and pathogen

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while pathogen is (pathology|immunology) any organism or substance, especially a microorganism, capable of causing disease, such as bacteria, viruses, protozoa or fungi microorganisms are not considered to be pathogenic until they have reached a population size that is large enough to cause disease.

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