Quantile Data:
People, Resources
Resources
per Quantile
#Inequalities and resource per quantile element
7,*18000
10,*22000
280,*25000
15,*35000
15,*40000
50,*60000
10,*75000
6,*80000
4,*120000
2,*200000
1,1000000
126000.0
220000.0
7000000.0
525000.0
600000.0
3000000.0
750000.0
480000.0
480000.0
400000.0
1000000.0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
400 quantile elements, 11 quantiles

Mean:                       36452.500 
Median:         31.4%       25000.000 (#3/11)
 
Inequality Welfare 1-e^-TheilT: 24.9% 48529.118 (1/Welfare) 1-e^-TheilL: 15.3% 30871.263 1-e^-TheilS: 20.2% 29073.902 Gini: 28.0% 26259.456 Plato: 33.0% 24425.644 Pareto: 665/335 100%-SOEP: 43.7% 20521.206 Hoover: 24.0% 27697.050 Theil-T Redundancy: 0.286 Theil-L Redundancy: 0.166 Symmetric Redundancy: 0.226 Inequality Issuization: -0.014

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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