limited dependent variable

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A dependent variable that can take values only from a limited set. Important examples are truncated variable, a random variable whose distribution is truncated above or below some specific value, and censored variable, a variable whose values in a certain range are all transformed to, or reported as, a single value. See also censored sample.

Subjects: Economics.

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