Descriptive statistics

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Abstract

Statistics is a science that provides precise techniques for collecting and sorting information made easy by tools and methods for further analysis. The object of descriptive statistics, from sample data, is to describe the most important characteristics, by which we refer to those amounts that provide information on the topic of interest which we are studying. © 2009.

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Rendón-Macías, M. E., Villasís-Keever, M. Á., & Miranda-Novales, M. G. (2016). Descriptive statistics. Revista Alergia Mexico, 63(4), 397–407. https://doi.org/10.29262/ram.v63i4.230

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