
 Statistical Analysis of Chilean Precipitation Anomalies associated with ENSO 
  The cumulative probability distribution functions, derived from the bootstrap analysis, are used to estimate the probability of experiencing a wetter, normal, or drier condition for a specific station, during a given season and ENSO categorization. 
  These cumulative probability distribution functions can be used to estimate the probability of experiencing a wetter, normal, or drier condition for a specific station, during a given season and ENSO categorization. 
  The cumulative probability distribution functions are used to estimate the probability of experiencing a wetter, normal, or drier condition for a specific station, during a given season and ENSO categorization. 
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