Perform a dimensional analysis for the quantities, Applied Statistics

Show how the Normal bin width rule can be modi ed if f is skewed or kurtotic. Examine the eff ect of bimodality. Compare your rules to Doane's (1976) extensions of Sturges' rule.

Perform a dimensional analysis for the quantities f, f' , f'', R(f), R(f') and R(f''). Check your results by computing these quantities for the case f = N(μ; σ2) by tracking the factor σ.

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