Quantile Data:
People, Resources
Resources
per Quantile
#Inequalities and resource per quantile element
10,3
10,4.5
10,5.5
10,6.7
10,7.9
10,9.2
10,10.7
10,12.5
10,15.2
10,24.8
3.0
4.5
5.5
6.7
7.9
9.2
10.7
12.5
15.2
24.8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
100 quantile elements, 10 quantiles

Mean:                           1.000 
Median:         14.5%           0.855 (#5/10, #6/10)
 
Inequality Welfare 1-e^-TheilT: 15.3% 1.181 (1/Welfare) 1-e^-TheilL: 15.7% 0.843 1-e^-TheilS: 15.5% 0.845 Gini: 31.9% 0.681 Plato: 28.6% 0.714 Pareto: 643/357 100%-SOEP: 48.4% 0.516 Hoover: 23.2% 0.768 Theil-T Redundancy: 0.166 Theil-L Redundancy: 0.170 Symmetric Redundancy: 0.168 Inequality Issuization: -0.064

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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