**mesokurtic** — adjective said of a distribution if it has zero kurtosis Syn: mesokurtotic See Also: kurtosis, mesokurtosis … Wiktionary

**mesokurtic** — meso·kur·tic … English syllables

**mesokurtic** — | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷|kərd.ik adjective Etymology: mes + Greek kyrtos bulging, convex, curved + English ic; akin to Latin curvus bent, curved more at crown : closely resembling a normal frequency distribution : neither leptokurtic nor platykurtic … Useful english dictionary

**Kurtosis** — In probability theory and statistics, kurtosis (from the Greek word κυρτός, kyrtos or kurtos, meaning bulging) is any measure of the peakedness of the probability distribution of a real valued random variable.[1] In a similar way to the concept… … Wikipedia

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**kurtosis** — noun A measure of peakedness of a probability distribution, defined as the fourth cumulant divided by the square of the variance of the probability distribution. See Also: leptokurtosis, mesokurtosis, platykurtosis, excess kurtosis, mesokurtic,… … Wiktionary

**mesokurtosis** — adjective The property of having zero kurtosis See Also: kurtosis, mesokurtic … Wiktionary

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