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Properties of distributions

Properties of distributions: Excel Statistics Essential Training: 1 (2016)
Properties of distributions: Excel Statistics Essential Training: 1 (2016)

To investigate the properties of a distribution, Joe Schmuller provides a dataset January maximum temperatures for Madison, Wisconson over the years 1972-2015. Joe Schmuller introduces Variability – Variance and Standard Deviation, use Excel to calculate the Median, and use Excel's array function MODE.MULT to calculate the Mode for the trimodal example provided.

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