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A group of rocks separated from the main mass and surrounded by outcrops of older rocks.
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.
outlierAn entity outside the norm. Pronounced "out-liar," an outlier may refer to a person, organization or to data way outside the normal range.
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576 SD), outlying observations
were rejected and the consensus means and SDs were recalculated.
Still, big outlying observations
exist; particularly noticeable are again those associated with the Great Depression and the Second World War.
Sample criteria for testing outlying observations
, Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 21, 27-58.