Empirical mode, Applied Statistics

Empirical Mode

Where mode is ill-defined, its value may be ascertained by the following formula based upon the empirical relationship between Mean, Median and Mode:

Mode = 3 x Median – 2 x Mean

This measure is called the empirical mode.

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