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Sorry Harald, but the median is the point at which half the number of values in
a distribution occurs below, and half occurs above. The mode (to which you
refer) is the value that occurs most in a distribution. The mean is the sum of
all the values divided by the number of values.
Harald Klein wrote:
> Justin Ressler wrote:
> >The salary center (basic report) on Monster.com shows the median salary for
> the median value is the value that occurs most in a data collection. It
> is NOT the average mean. If in doubt, any statistical textbook tells you
> what a mean is: it is not influenced so much by statistical outliers
> like e.g. the average mean.
> Harald Klein
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