Tendency

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Tendency may refer to:

In film:

  • Tendency film, a name given to the socially conscious, left-leaning films produced in Japan during the 1920s and 1930s

In finance:

In medicine:

In music:

  • Suicidal Tendencies, a hardcore/crossover thrash band that was founded in Venice, Los Angeles, California, in 1981 by the leader and only permanent member, singer Mike Muir

In politics, it is often used by far left-wing groups for an organized unit or political faction

In statistics

  • Central tendency, a way of specifying - central value. In practical statistical analysis, the terms are often used before one has chosen even a preliminary form of analysis: thus an initial objective might be to "choose an appropriate measure of central tendency"

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