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outlier

[′au̇t‚lī·ər]
(geology)
A group of rocks separated from the main mass and surrounded by outcrops of older rocks.
(statistics)
In a set of data, a value so far removed from other values in the distribution that its presence cannot be attributed to the random combination of chance causes.

outlier

An entity outside the norm. Pronounced "out-liar," an outlier may refer to a person, organization or to data way outside the normal range. See anomaly detection.
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Therefore, it was felt that including results for the Level-1 and Level-2 outliers together would be somewhat redundant with the level-1 outlier results, and would unnecessarily lengthen the manuscript.