The locations of individuals in a population, for example, how close together the individuals are or how widespread they are in a state, country or continent.
The productive activity of getting produced goods from the factory into the hands of consumers. The amounts of income or wealth in the hands of different portions of a population.
the commercial activity of transporting and selling goods from a producer to a consumer
Distribution refers to the percentage of the uninsured population or specified subpopulation of the uninsured that fall into a particular category. For example, the statement, " 12 percent of the uninsured population in Vermont were children aged 0-17" describes the distribution of the uninsured by age.
A distribution is the spread of values from a given population. (from the BRFSS site http://www.cdc.gov/brfss)
In epidemiology, the frequency and pattern of health-related characteristics and events in a population.