bimodal distribution


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

bimodal distribution

(baɪˈməʊdəl)
n
(Statistics) statistics a frequency distribution with two modes
References in periodicals archive ?
The size of the YAG "glyphs" in the prepared Ce-doped samples showed a bimodal distribution, although the undoped YAG/[Al.
This results in a highly bimodal distribution of actual LTDE at low CVD that is very far off the Bischak et al.
My belief is the demographics of electronics design and manufacturing resemble a bimodal distribution (two humps), whereby workers over 50 years old represent the largest group by age and workers aged 20 to 30 the second largest.
With respect to the CCD of the LL, a bimodal distribution is expected.
Of course the results of two experiments are not statistically significant, but the experience of authors indicates that in most cases the data of pedagogical experiments have bimodal distribution and are not normal.
Vulvar LSetA has a bimodal distribution, peaking in prepubertal and postmenopausal women.
As the length of trip chains gets longer, the charge-depletion peak in the bimodal distribution becomes less significant, while the charge sustaining peak becomes more significant.
She said some clinicians do not even consider VLS in this age group, because they have been mistakenly informed that this disease has a bimodal distribution that restricts most cases to preadolescent girls and postmenopausal women.
Data from both countries show a similar prevalence in males and a bimodal distribution.
A past study reported a generally bimodal distribution of treatment response, in which 47% of children markedly improved on the medication, 40% did not respond, and only 13% showed a minimal improvement, Ms.
We hypothesized that if the observed statin rates reflected a mix of high-quality and low-quality physicians, then physician-specific statin fill rates should follow a u-shaped or bimodal distribution.
One situation in which a bimodal distribution could arise is when patients have two alternative choices of health care provider, and data measure the share of times patients use one of the providers.