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Frequency Distribution

A chart or table showing how often each value or range of values of a variable appear in a data set.

(Statistics Canada: Glossary at (accessed 3 February 2015).


Statistics Canada defines a data set as "any grouping of data which has a common theme or similar attributes."


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