Paragraph about LaTeX editor

The *DN* model is meant to capture explanation via deduction
from deterministic laws and this raises the obvious question of the
explanatory status of statistical laws. Do such laws explain at all
and if so, what do they explain, mathlab and under what conditions? In his
(1965) Hempel distinguishes two varieties of statistical
explanation. The first of these, *deductive-statistical*
(*DS*) explanation, involves the deduction of “a narrower
statistical uniformity” from a more general set of premises, at
least one of which involves a more general statistical law. Since
*DS* explanation involves deduction of the explanandum from a
law, it conforms LaTeX editor to the same general pattern as the *DN*
explanation of regularities. However, in addition to *DS*
explanation, Hempel also recognizes a distinctive sort of statistical
explanation, which he calls *inductive-statistical* or
*IS* explanation, involving the subsumption of individual
events (like the recovery of a particular person from streptococcus
infection) under (what he regards as) statistical laws (such as a law
specifying the probability of recovery, given that penicillin has been
taken).