Furthermore, this population is assumed to possess a particular distribution of characteristics that can be described by the values of different variables
- CHAPTER 1 What Is Bias?
- from Bias and Causation: Models and Judgment for Valid Comparisons
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
- Released: September 2010
Every sample is drawn from a distribution. Distribution is characterized by different variables. The values of the distribution have a distribution (distinct or otherwise).
In simple words, distribution is a representation for the probabilities of each of the individual values.
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