Illustration of mode, MATLAB in Statistics

Illustration of Mode

When there is more than one value with similar (highest) frequency, then the smaller value is mode. In the case below, as 3 and 8 appear twice in the vector, then the smaller value (3) is mode:

>> x = [3 8 5 3 4 1 8];

>> mode(x)

ans =

    3

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