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# Absolute Frequency

## Definition of the noun absolute frequency

What does absolute frequency mean as a name of something?

noun

1. the number of observations in a given statistical category

## Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Absolute Frequency

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### Encyclopedia of Public Health. 2 Vol. (2008)

by Wilhelm Kirch

Absolute frequency distributions are actual frequencies, and a relative frequency distribution is obtained by dividing them by the total number of data (Horwitz, Ferleger 1980). Cumulative frequency distribution is obtained by adding the ...

### The Mathematics Dictionary (1992)

by R.C. James, Glenn James

For a variable x that has only a finite or denumerably infinite number of values, the absolute frequency function is the function / for which /(*,) is the absolute frequency of x,; the relative frequency function is the function g for which g(x,) is the ...

### The SAGE Dictionary of Statistics & Methodology (2015)

A Nontechnical Guide for the Social Sciences by W. Paul Vogt, R. Burke Johnson

Abscissa Absolute Frequency The actual number of times a particular value occurs in a *distribution, as opposed to its *relative frequency or the *proportion of times it occurs. Absolute Value (of a Number) The value of a number regardless ...

### Blackie’s Dictionary of Banking and Finance

by Blackie

Absolute Frequency A statistical term specifying the total ...

### Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics (2006)

by Neil J. Salkind

The maximum absolute frequency the discrete Fourier transform can resolve is the Nyquist frequency 1/2. The signal should be bandlimited so that there is no periodic variation outside of the Nyquist frequency range (−1/2,1/2).

### Dictionary of Psychological Testing, Assessment and Treatment (2007)

by Ian Stuart-Hamilton

absolute frequency ...

### The Audio Dictionary (2005)

Third Edition, Revised and Expanded by Glenn White, Gary J Louie

The effect is actually dependent on the recorded wavelength rather than the absolute frequency, and since low tape speeds mean short recorded wavelengths, the effect is only apparent below the audible frequency range. As tape speed ...

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