The authors propose that at log N - log nmax relation should be used for studies of the spatial distribution of gamma-ray bursts, where N is the number of bursts which have a maximum photon count rate in excess of nmax. A relation N ≡ nmax-1.5 is expected if the sources are uniformly distributed in infinite, flat space, regardless of the distribution of intrinsic luminosities, spectra, and time profiles. Bursts in the Konus catalog follow a relation N ≡ nmaxa, with the most probable value a = -1.2. However, a = -1.5 is also acceptable. This result and the apparently isotropic distribution of ≡102 bursts over the sky do not allow a purely observational distance estimate for the sources.