cumulative frequency distribution

cumulative frequency distribution

[′kyü·myə·ləd·əv ′frē·kwən·sē ‚di·strə‚byü·shən]
(statistics)
The frequency with which a variable assumes values less than or equal to some number, obtained by summing the values in a frequency distribution.
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Likewise, the statistically significant lower mean MOE value of Douglas-fir is further supported by a negative shift of the entire 2015 cumulative frequency distribution.
Figure 5 shows the cumulative frequency distribution of vehicle speed recorded throughout all time points in the subset of IVBSS Naturalistic Driving Study data.
Figure 6 shows the cumulative frequency distribution of the roadway lane width.
Figure 6 shows the cumulative frequency distribution plots of pore area and pore perimeter, which provide information on the variation.
The cumulative frequency distribution (grey curve) suggests that there is a strong difference between the two distributions, and results from the K-S test strongly reject the null hypothesis that they arise from the same parent distribution (p = 0.
The Kolmogorov-Smirnoff (K-S) statistic is a suitable metric for contrasting two such cumulative frequency distributions (Sokal and Rohlf, 1981).
Form a less-than relative cumulative frequency distribution and plot the ogive.
6 Less-Than Cumulative Frequency Distribution of Weekly Wages for Farm Workers Wages Cumulative Frequencies, F Less than 100 0 Less than 110 3 Less than 120 10 Less than 130 23 Less than 140 28 Less than 150 30 TABLE 2.
Cumulative frequency distribution curves allow the visual estimation of conformance to INR standards.
Therefore, the cumulative frequency distribution was used to establish the lowest level at which the bend of a wood species could fail (Table 4).
The practical guide illustrates histograms, cumulative frequency distributions, and normal probability functions, applies three regression techniques to the performance of a commercial air conditioning unit, provides example calculations based on built-in financial functions, and introduces optimization analysis with Excel Solver.
With grouped or cumulative frequency distributions, the reader no longer has the ability to see individual scores or measurements within any interval.

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