inferential

[in-fuh-ren-shuhl]
adjective
of, pertaining to, by, or dependent upon inference.

Origin:
1650–60; < Medieval Latin inferenti(a) inference + -al1

inferentially, adverb
noninferential, adjective
noninferentially, adverb
uninferential, adjective
uninferentially, adverb
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inferential (ˌɪnfəˈrɛnʃəl)
 
adj
of, relating to, or derived from inference
 
infer'entially
 
adv

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Example sentences
It allows us to squeeze inferential juice from incomplete prior knowledge of
  the state of nature.
Nevertheless, measuring the flow of genes among populations remains a powerful
  inferential tool in ecology.
Auditors use inferential statistics to draw conclusions about populations based
  on samples of data.
The role of mental models is portrayed with regard to problem solving and
  inferential thinking.
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