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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This study was planned to determine the frequency distribution of dengue fever during the 2014 outbreak in district Swat.
2008) also reports an alternative frequency distribution based on an oral corpus of 1,244,411 phoneme tokens, but we preferred to use the EFE corpus because it was larger and it was based on written texts.
Though in this study, blood group (B) was found to be maximum amongst the study population in malignant cases followed by the group (A), (AB) and (O), but it is insignificant in terms of frequency distribution of ABO blood group among non-malignant population.
In environmental sciences, use of one kind of data from different sites to form homogeneous regions from these sites with respect to some common hydrological and geographical features and further to estimate the suitable frequency distribution of these homogenous regions gives shape to RFA (Hosking and Wallis, 1997).
Investigation of different variants resumes in following three simple formulas that behave better with sparse frequency distributions and in the first case also with denser distributions, e.
Table 2: Frequency distribution of the respondents regarding to their educational status (N=210)
pylori from human stool with regard to age, there were various frequency distribution of H.
TABLE 2: FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF GENDER AND YEAR OF STUDY (N=160)
As it is seen in table 3, in healthy and patient groups there are 50% married ones and 50% are unmarried ones frequency distribution of studied subjects in healthy and epileptic groups according to their employment situation is presented in table 4.
In this case it would seem the frequency distribution for the orbit positions cannot be built because the function has only one variable argument [v.
From the masculine frequency distribution of self-esteem level and trait coping style of the masculine group, those who scored at mid or high level for self-esteem tended to use a positive coping style, whereas those who scored at a low level for self-esteem used negative coping styles.
Frequency distribution of the respondents' experience category shows that 18 (33.

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