A cumulative frequency distribution associates each value in a data set with the
proportion of observations in the data set that have the specified value |
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proportion of observations in the data set that have the specified value or lesser value |
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number of observations in the data set that have the specified value |
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number of observations in the data set that have the specified value or a lesser value |
Introduction:
Frequency of a value is the count of the number of observations of that value, observed in the dataset...
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