scipy.stats.describe¶
- scipy.stats.describe(a, axis=0, ddof=1)[source]¶
Computes several descriptive statistics of the passed array.
Parameters: a : array_like
Input data.
axis : int, optional
Axis along which statistics are calculated. If axis is None, then data array is raveled. The default axis is zero.
ddof : int, optional
Delta degrees of freedom. Default is 1.
Returns: nobs : int
Number of observations (length of data along axis).
minmax: tuple of ndarrays or floats
Minimum and maximum value of data array.
mean : ndarray or float
Arithmetic mean of data along axis.
variance : ndarray or float
Unbiased variance of the data along axis, denominator is number of observations minus one.
skewness : ndarray or float
Biased skewness, based on moment calculations with denominator equal to the number of observations, i.e. no degrees of freedom correction.
kurtosis : ndarray or float
Biased kurtosis (Fisher). The kurtosis is normalized so that it is zero for the normal distribution. No degrees of freedom or bias correction is used.