Plot cumulative frequency against time or boundaries, creating a cumulative frequency distribution.
Cumulative frequency can help businesses understand the percentage a metric of interest is occurring at or less than at point x. This can help to set quality limits, track where resources are needed, plan for improvements, or use as a learning and marketing tool. Plot cumulative frequency on the y-Axis against time or categorical boundaries on the x-Axis, creating a cumulative frequency distribution. Frequency is the number of times an event or outcome occurs. Distribution is how frequncy is spread over a series, boundaries or time. The cumulative or relative frequency at point x is the sum of individual frequencies up to and at point x.
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