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The Dip Test of Unimodality Annals of Statistics, Vol. 13, No. 1. (1985), pp. 70-84, doi:euclid.aos/1176346577 by John A. Hartigan, Pamela M. Hartigan
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The Hartigans' Dip Statistic measures unimodality in a sample: Specifically, it measures the greatest difference between the empirical cumulative distribution function and that unimodal cumulative distribution function which minimizes that greatest difference.