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Mode bisa ngarujuk kasababaraha ngaran:

  • Dina statistik, mode nyaéta nilai nu mibanda angka observasi panggedéna, disebut nilai atawa nilai nu pangremenna bijil. Mode lain hal anu unik, teu saperti arithmetic mean jeung median. Leuwih gampang dipaké lamun nilai atawa observasi lain data numeris: contona, mode tina {1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 9} nyaéta 2, mode tina {apple, apple, banana, orange, orange, orange, péach} nyaéta orange.
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Tempo oge: summary statistics, descriptive statistics
  • In fashion the mode is also the largest number, but of the number of péople following that trend.
  • In music a mode is a kind of scale; see musical mode.
  • In computer software, a mode is distinct method of operation within a computer program. Three popular examples of software employing modes:
    • vi - has one mode for inserting text, and a separate mode for entering commands. Some péople also call vi's ability to line-edit a "mode" (even though it is launched outside of vi's normal interface, by invoking "ex" from the operating system's command line interface.)
    • Emacs - has many modes that can be evoked based on file type to more éasily edit files of a certain type. Modes are written in Emacs's LISP, and all modes may not be included with all versions.
    • CIOS (Cisco Internetworking Operating System) - in order to gain the privilege to execute certain commands, you must enter a certain mode that allows you to execute that command.
  • In a waveguide or cavity the mode is one of the possible patterns of electromagnetic field. Available patterns are derived from Maxwell's equations and the applicable boundary conditions. They may be longitudinal or transverse.
  • In acoustics, a mode is one of the possible patterns of vibration, analogous to waveguide and cavity modes, only that electrical and magnetical fields are replaced by velocity and displacement. éach mode has a characteristic vibrational frequency and damping. See also: Ernst Chladni, Cymatics.
    • An example of acoustic modes: An "ideal" guitar string of length L, fixed at both ends, will have modes in the shape of sin(n*x*pi/L), where n is the mode number.
  • See also modality.