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Modedian

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The modedian is a statistical concept used to represent the arithmetic mean of three common averages: Mode (statistics), Median (statistics), and the arithmetic Mean. This 'average' of averages, accounts for skew caused by nonuniform datasets.

Modedian[edit]

'"`UNIQ--postMath-00000001-QINU`"'

Origin[edit]

The modedian was first described in the early 18th century by Mongolian astronomer Minggatu and coined by Jesuit priests shortly thereafter as "médidyane"[1]. The concept was originally used in Mongolian cosmogony to categorize stars by albedo on a 4 point scale[2]. In modern statistics, the modedian has fallen out of usage, having little descriptive value outside of some selected cases.

Example[edit]

'"`UNIQ--postMath-00000002-QINU`"'

References[edit]

  1. "Minggatu Biography".
  2. "Les astres chez les Turcs et les Mongols".

See also[edit]


Other articles of the topic Mathematics  : List of positive integers and factors 8001 to 10,000, List of positive integers and factors/3, The Number Decomposing Formula or GOF(Getal Ontledingsformule), James Grime, List of positive integers and factors 6001 to 8000, List of positive integers and factors/2, Mathematics
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  • Mode (statistics)
  • Median (statistics)
  • Mean

Category:Mongolian mathematicians

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