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Explanation: Hi Green,
This might not be the best Spanish ever, but it seems to me the text has to do with statistics. When you have a sample, you usually want it to adapt to a certain kind of statistical distribution (normal, poisson, etc.) so I guess that's what the meaning is here. A certain set of data that are not conformed into a normal distribution, so I would say "denormalizar" or maybe "datos que no se concentren en una distribución normal (the one that looks like a bell). Hope this helps,
experience in statistics and econometrics
Claudia Esteve United States Local time: 07:41 Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in pair: 206
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