# Convergence of the Empirical Distribution Function of a Sample

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The empirical distribution function (EDF) of a random sample is the cumulative distribution function of the values obtained in the sample. You would intuitively expect the EDF to resemble the cumulative distribution function of the parent distribution (that is, the distribution the sample is drawn from).

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Contributed by: Tomas Garza (March 2011)

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