Uniform distribution can refer to:
They share the property that they have a finite range, and are weakly unimodal where any members of their support can be taken to be the mode. WikipediaWikiProject Probability#Standards for a discussion of standards used for probability distribution articles such as this one ---> In Probability In Probability theory and Statistics, the continuous uniform distribution is a family of Probability distributions such that for each member of the In Descriptive statistics, the range is the length of the smallest interval which contains all the data In Mathematics, a function f ( x) between two Ordered sets is unimodal if for some value m (the mode) it is In Mathematics, the support of a function is the set of points where the function is not zero or the closure of that set In Statistics, the mode is the value that occurs the most frequently in a Data set or a Probability distribution.
In Bayesian statistics, some users assume improper (i. Bayesian inference is Statistical inference in which evidence or observations are used to update or to newly infer the Probability that a hypothesis may be true e. infinite) uniform prior distributions. A prior probability is a marginal probability, interpreted as a description of what is known about a variable in the absence of some evidence.