Maximum and Typical Column Value Frequencies
This topic compares the concepts of maximum value and typical value and indicates methods for estimating the typical value for a column.
Variables are often distributed in such a way that they have no “typical” value, in which case the average, which represents the maximum likelihood value, is the only reasonable choice.
Each of these case studies examines different demographics for the same column. In each case, the data examined is for a City column.