# Uniform Probability Distribution

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**See:** Discrete Uniform Distribution, Continuous Uniform Distribution, Uniform Probability Function, Symmetric Probability Distribution, Skewed Probability Distribution, Unimodal Distribution, Multimodal Distribution.

## References

### 2009

- (Wikipedia, 2009) ⇒ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/uniform_distribution Retrieved:2009-6-21.
- Uniform distribution can refer to:
- They share the property that they have a bounded range, and are weakly unimodal where any members of their support can be taken to be the mode.
In Bayesian statistics, some users assume unbounded uniform prior distributions (as a translation invariant Jeffreys prior), which are improper priors. For instance, maximum likelihood estimation can be interpreted as maximum a posteriori estimation with a uniform prior, even if the resulting distribution is improper.