Terms used in official statistics

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First quartile


Definition:

The value of a feature that divides the ordered statistical population into two parts so that 25% of the units of the population have value characteristics less than or equal to the value of the first quartile, and 75% of the units of the examined population have a value greater than or equal to the value of the first quartile.


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