Discrete frequency analysis is one common method of descriptive statistics, used to analyze discrete variables. The discrete frequency analysis can output a frequency table, from which you can get a summary of the data simply and intuitively.
The summary includes a count, the relative frequency, and the cumulative frequency of the data, provided you select the corresponding check boxes.
The missing values in the data range will be included in the analysis and the number of missing values will be output in result.
The missing values in the grouping range will be considered as a group.
To determine a discrete frequency count for a range of values:
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