Measures of Dispersion (Final-50)
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"Everything can be counted, but we need to know
How far is each homeless cat sitting from their basement door-hole?
How far is each person from real love?
How far is each country from a fair and worthy life?
How much rubbish is spread around the dump?
How far does each person need to travel to get all bumps?
How much are our thoughts distracted from current work?
How often do I drop my fork? I do it a lot, should this also be counted? Not.
How far are we from our final spot?
How far are all those starlights from the Earth? How much do our expectations differ from the real picture? Was it morphed?
And how? How much time will it take for each heart to feel?
And how many of them are ill?
What if we could just shamelessly and safely be real?
It's a big deal, and first, let's heal.
What do we need to open minds and grow?
Everything must be done with love."
In statistics, dispersion (also called variability, scatter, or spread) is the extent to which a distribution is stretched or squeezed. Common examples of measures of statistical dispersion are the variance, standard deviation, and interquartile range.
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