Frequency distribution

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Frequency distribution

The organization of data to show how often certain values or ranges of values occur.

Probability Distribution

All the possible values a random variable can take under a given set of circumstances, as well as the probability that it will take each value. A normal probability is a bell curve.
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Table 1: frequency distribution of studied sample in healthy group and group of epileptic patients according to the age.
The more important thing is a possibility for the frequency distributions to determine the most probable values of the functions describing various processes or objects; therefore, the most stable (preferred) states of these processes or objects can also be determined [3,4].
The frequency distribution of the CYP 3A4 was analyzed in patients and controls.
In addition, the proposed procedure provides an alternative indicator of the sensitivity of a RT-PCR assay for PSA mRNA as the best estimate of the mean ([lambda]) of the expected Poisson frequency distribution of positive PSA PCR tests among replicates.
MIKOM's Britecell is a low power, high performance optical indoor/outdoor radio frequency distribution system which is also capable of supporting multiple frequency bands and technologies simultaneously.
Some of the more common exploratory data techniques are frequency distributions, stem-and-leaf displays, histograms, bar graphs, pie graphs, and scatterplots.
Oscillators near the middle of the frequency distribution would be the first ones to lock together," Strogatz says.
This article provides an alternative basis for evaluating the relative performance of risk and insurance researchers by identifying an empirical regularity in the frequency distribution of risk and insurance researchers' article publications.
There are really only five basic kinds of comparisons: component, item, time series, frequency distribution and correlation.
Figure 2 presents a frequency distribution of the selections made and the mean effectiveness rating for each strategy surveyed.
Menu-driven functions provide reports on frequency distribution and averages, geometric mean length of stay and outlier length of stay and thresholds, case mix index calculations, analyses of comorbidity, and query-driven patient abstract displays.
Treatment of data and construction of frequency distribution

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