Terms used in official statistics

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Table of correlation


Definition:

A statistic array consisting of rows related to values of one feature and columns related to values of another feature with counts indicating the number of units with a given value of the first feature and a given value of the second feature, as well as two kinds of distributions: marginal distributions and conditional distributions. Such an assignment of feature values is called two-dimensional empirical feature distribution. Correlation table is formed for measureable features.


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