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Chapter 12. Working with Statistical Fun... > Working with Frequency Distributions

Working with Frequency Distributions

A frequency distribution is a data table that groups data values into bins—ranges of values—and shows how many values fall into each bin. For example, here's a possible frequency distribution for the product defects data:

Bin (Defects)Count
0–32
4–75
8–118
12–154
16+1



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