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Default data selected. Example for correct settings:
- Income after taxation, 1995, Germany (western part)
- Source: section 20.10.4 in  "Statistisches Jahrbuch 1999"
- Sequence in Quantile: [taxpayers per quantile, avg.income (DM) per taxpayer]

Quantile Data:
People, Resources
Resources
per Quantile
#Inequalities and resource per quantile element
1145008,*2580
1274868,*7593
1489169,*12481
1309984,*17412
1227877,*22498
1333681,*27528
3136635,*35197
3619401,*44999
3105688,*54758
3252768,*66997
3383398,*86117
3126897,*134452
207672,*330470
49031,*667991
13820,*1350171
5249,*2945589
1247,*6783036
686,*21576354
2954120640.0
9680072724.0
18586318289.0
22809441408.0
27624776746.0
36713570568.0
110400142095.0
162869425599.0
170061263504.0
217925697696.0
291368085566.0
420417555444.0
68629365840.0
32752266721.0
18659363220.0
15461396661.0
8458445892.0
14801378844.0
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27683079 quantile elements, 18 quantiles

Mean:                       59609.435 
Median:         32.1%       40448.211 (#7/18, #8/18)
 
Inequality Welfare 1-e^-TheilT: 32.8% 88763.922 (1/Welfare) 1-e^-TheilL: 31.8% 40634.886 1-e^-TheilS: 32.3% 40331.677 Gini: 42.2% 34476.770 Plato: 42.8% 34123.878 Pareto: 714/286 100%-SOEP: 59.3% 24251.710 Hoover: 29.7% 41910.932 Theil-T Redundancy: 0.398 Theil-L Redundancy: 0.383 Symmetric Redundancy: 0.391 Inequality Issuization: +0.094

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.)


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