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(0:00-0:44) Discussion of Unimodal vs. Bimodal Distributions
(0:45-0:55) Definition of Unimodal Distribution
(0:56-1:01) Definition of Bimodal Distribution
(1:02-1:26) Discussion of Context
(1:27-2:15) Discussion of Origins of Bimodal Distributions
(2:16-2:59) Definition of Multimodal Distributions
A distribution where one value or bin contains more data than the other values or bins.
A distribution where there are two distinct values or bins that contain more data than the others, usually separated by a gap.
A distribution where there are many values or bins that contain more data than other nearby bins, usually separated by gaps.