Ntigram

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Etymology[edit]

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Particularly: “From n (representing a variable value), -tile (as in quartile, quintile), and -gram?”

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Noun[edit]

Ntigram (plural Ntigrams)

  1. A form of histogram in which each bar represents (approximately) the same number of cases, in contrast to a typical histogram in which the bars (or categories) are all of the same width.

References[edit]

  • [1] (edstat, August 2000)
  • [2] (Erickson 2004 - draft)

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