In Smarandache 2014, Florentin introduces neutrosophic statistics but I don't get a core part of it.
We emphasize, as in neutrosophic probability, that indeterminacy is different from randomness. While classical statistics is referring to randomness only, neutrosophic statistics is referring to both randomness and especially indeterminacy.
He also says:
Neutrosophic Data is the data that contains some indeterminacy.
Something about the indeterminate part of neutrosophic numbers is shown as an interval, although I don't know if there any relation to interval arithmetic here. However, other examples suggest that the indeterminant part is just a measurement of some 'other' category.
What precisely is "indeterminacy" in neutrosophic statistics?