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What is the theoretical range of values (the lowest and the highest possible values) for the L(t)-t statistic?
L(t) is the expected radius where the empirically found number of objects should be, in condition if the density of objects is uniform. L(t)-t means the actual radius is subtracted from the expected value. That means, if there are more neighbouring objects in the given radius than should be if the spatial distribution were uniform, then L(t)-t value is positive as L(t) > t.