Quantile Data:
People, Resources
Resources
per Quantile
#Inequalities and resource per quantile element
2445644,1633144
1182780,4418812
1290052,8035578
1234127,10709548
1174868,12926704
1198108,15805851
2550888,41721795
2903479,59315005
2873509,69924832
3343672,97015405
3597341,130707281
3191575,154504830
979934,63907527
363929,29469241
250618,25126540
120812,16262925
62336,11753940
22222,5835240
24196,9804928
9322,8197302
2087,4253894
1063,7239139
1633144.0
4418812.0
8035578.0
10709548.0
12926704.0
15805851.0
41721795.0
59315005.0
69924832.0
97015405.0
130707281.0
154504830.0
63907527.0
29469241.0
25126540.0
16262925.0
11753940.0
5835240.0
9804928.0
8197302.0
4253894.0
7239139.0
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28822562 quantile elements, 22 quantiles

Mean:                          27.359 
Median:         18.2%          22.371 (#8/22, #9/22)
 
Inequality Welfare 1-e^-TheilT: 33.1% 40.880 (1/Welfare) 1-e^-TheilL: 38.7% 16.764 1-e^-TheilS: 36.0% 17.520 Gini: 43.2% 15.553 Plato: 45.4% 14.925 Pareto: 727/273 100%-SOEP: 60.3% 10.865 Hoover: 30.0% 19.150 Theil-T Redundancy: 0.402 Theil-L Redundancy: 0.490 Symmetric Redundancy: 0.446 Inequality Issuization: +0.146

With "*" the resources are per capita. (If there is only 1 person per quantile or all quantiles have the same amount of persons, then "*" is not necessary.)
Without "*" the resources are per quantile. (The resources are the total of the resources of all people in the quantile.)


inequality.2.6.0.py.cgi.zip 2008-04-15, modified CGI Version of "inequality-2.0.0", 2007-07-22. Latest revision: 2008-04-12, G.Kluge [166656]