nonstatistical

adjective
non·sta·tis·ti·cal | \ˌnän-stə-ˈti-sti-kəl \

Definition of nonstatistical 

: not of, relating to, based on, or employing the principles of statistics : not statistical a nonstatistical analysis Any sample where the sample items are not selected according to the laws of chance—that is, by probability sampling—is a nonstatistical sample.— Howard Sibelman

First Known Use of nonstatistical

1881, in the meaning defined above

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