EmpiricalDistribution

EmpiricalDistribution[{x1, x2, ...}]
represents an empirical distribution based on the data values .

EmpiricalDistribution[{{x1, y1, ...}, {x2, y2, ...}, ...}]
represents a multivariate empirical distribution based on the data values .

EmpiricalDistribution[{w1, w2, ...}->{d1, d2, ...}]
represents an empirical distribution where data values occur with weights .

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Create an empirical distribution of univariate data:

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Visualize distribution functions:

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Compute moments and quantiles:

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Create an empirical distribution of bivariate data:

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Visualize the estimated CDF:

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Compute covariance and general moments:

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