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IDescriptiveMeasures Interface

Common interface for descriptive measures, such as DescriptiveMeasures and CircularDescriptiveMeasures.

Namespace:  Accord.Statistics.Analysis
Assembly:  Accord.Statistics (in Accord.Statistics.dll) Version: 3.8.0
public interface IDescriptiveMeasures
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The IDescriptiveMeasures type exposes the following members.

Public propertyConfidence
Gets the 95% confidence interval around the Mean.
Public propertyCount
Gets the number of samples for the variable.
Public propertyDeviance
Gets the 95% deviance interval around the Mean.
Public propertyDistinct
Gets the number of distinct values for the variable.
Public propertyIndex
Gets the variable's index.
Public propertyInnerFence
Gets the variable's inner fence range.
Public propertyKurtosis
Gets the variable's kurtosis.
Public propertyLength
Gets the variable's length.
Public propertyMax
Gets the variable's maximum value.
Public propertyMean
Gets the variable's mean.
Public propertyMedian
Gets the variable's median.
Public propertyMin
Gets the variable's minimum value.
Public propertyMode
Gets the variable's mode.
Public propertyName
Gets the variable's name
Public propertyOuterFence
Gets the variable's outer fences range.
Public propertyQuartiles
Gets the variable's interquartile range.
Public propertySamples
Gets the variable's observations.
Public propertySkewness
Gets the variable's skewness.
Public propertyStandardDeviation
Gets the variable's standard deviation.
Public propertyStandardError
Gets the variable's standard error of the mean.
Public propertySum
Gets the variable's total sum.
Public propertyVariance
Gets the variable's variance.
Public methodGetConfidenceInterval
Gets a confidence interval for the Mean within the given confidence level percentage.
Public methodGetDevianceInterval
Gets a deviance interval for the Mean within the given confidence level percentage (i.e. uses the standard deviation rather than the standard error to compute the range interval for the variable).
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