Density estimation, Advanced Statistics

Procedures for estimating the probability distributions without supposing any particular functional form. Constructing the histogram is perhaps the easiest example of such type of estimation, and kernel density estimators give a more sophisticated approach. Density estimates can provide valuable indication of such features as skewness and the multi- modality in the data.

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