Terms used in official statistics

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Marginal distribution of the correlation table


Definition:

Shows the structure of values of one variable (X or Y) irrespective of the distribution of the other variable. In the correlation table, the marginal distribution of the independent variable X forms the first and last column of the table, while the marginal distribution of the dependent variable Y forms the first and the last row of the table.


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