**1.** ** Outlier** is currently offering 1,000 scholarships for frontline workers who are staying on the job during the COVID-19 pandemic

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**2.** Recipients get a free ** Outlier** course of their choice, redeemable until November 19, 2022 (two years from the scholarship’s launch).

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**3.** ** Outlier** definition is - a person whose residence and place of business are at a distance

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**4.** How to use ** Outlier** in a sentence.

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**5.** ** Outlier** definition, something that lies outside the main body or group that it is a part of, as a cow far from the rest of the herd, or a distant island belonging to a cluster of islands: The small factory was an

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**6.** ** Outlier** synonyms,

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**7.** One that lives or is located outside or at the edge of a given area: *Outlier*s of the forest standing in the field

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**8.** ** Outlier** is iconic clothing pushed to its most empowering forms

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**9.** Past — ** Outlier** was named one of Gartner’s Cool Vendors 2018

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**10.** Present — ** Outlier** is named in Gartner’s 2019 Market Guide for Augmented Analytics Tools

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**11.** Future — The best of ** Outlier** is yet to come!

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**12.** An ** Outlier** in a distribution is a number that is more than 1.5 times the length of the box away from either the lower or upper quartiles

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**13.** Speciﬁcally, if a number is less than Q1 – 1.5×IQR or greater than Q3 + 1.5×IQR, then it is an ** Outlier**.

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**14.** ** Outlier** Construction is a Southern Oregon based real estate development and construction firm

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**15.** The ** Outlier** development team combines a network of real estate professionals with financial know-how to analyze, budget, and construct residential and commercial projects.

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**16.** ** Outlier** Logistics safety training program provides extensive knowledge of DOT regulations such as logging requirements, HOS, and defensive driving

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**17.** ** Outlier** Construction was founded by two Southern Oregon natives who grew up in the construction industry

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**18.** ** Outlier** is committed to excellence, education, and safety.

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**19.** ** Outlier** Global Headquarters Phoenix, AZ 165k sqft FALL/WINTER 2019

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**20.** ** Outlier** is one of the largest private companies in the US

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**21.** An ** Outlier** is an observation that lies an abnormal distance from other values in a random sample from a population

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**22.** Grubbs’ ** Outlier** test produced a p-value of 0.000

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**23.** Because it is less than our significance level, we can conclude that our dataset contains an *Outlier*

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**24.** If you use Grubbs’ test and find an ** Outlier**, don’t remove that

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**25.** ** Outlier** is currently offering 1,000 scholarships for frontline workers who are staying on the job during the COVID-19 pandemic

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**26.** Recipients get a free ** Outlier** course of their choice, redeemable until November 19, 2022 (two years from the scholarship’s launch).

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**27.** An ** Outlier** is a value that is significantly higher or lower than most of the values in your data

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**28.** When using Excel to analyze data, *Outlier*s can skew the results

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**29.** Excel provides a few useful functions to help manage your *Outlier*s, so let’s take a look.

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**30.** Higher ** Outlier** = 89 + (1.5 * 83) Higher

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**31.** Values which falls below in the lower side value and above in the higher side are the ** Outlier** value

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**32.** For this data set, 309 is the *Outlier*

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**33.** *Outlier*s Formula – Example #2

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**34.** "In the vast world of nonfiction writing, Malcolm Gladwell is as close to a singular talent as exists today*Outlier*s is a pleasure to read and leaves you mulling over its inventive theories for days afterward."―David Leonhardt, New York Times Book Review "The explosively entertaining *Outlier*s might be Gladwell's best and most useful work yetThere are both brilliant yarns and life

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**35.** An ** Outlier** is a value or an observation that is distant from other observations, that is to say, a data point that differs significantly from other data points

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**36.** Enderlein goes even further as the author considers *Outlier*s as values that deviate so much from other observations one might suppose a different underlying sampling mechanism.

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**37.** In statistics, an ** Outlier** is a data point that differs significantly from other observations

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**38.** An ** Outlier** may be due to variability in the measurement or it may indicate experimental error; the latter are sometimes excluded from the data set

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**39.** An ** Outlier** can cause serious problems in statistical analyses.

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**40.** For example in the scores 25,29,3,32,85,33,27,28 both 3 and 85 are "*Outlier*s".

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**41.** This ** Outlier** calculator will show you all the steps and work required to detect the

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**42.** How do you calculate *Outlier*s? Mathematically, a value \(X\) in a sample is an ** Outlier** if:

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**43.** ** Outlier** Jets Inc arranges flights on behalf of clients with FAR Part 135 air carriers that exercise full operational control of charter flights at all times

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**44.** Flights will be operated by FAR Part 135 air carriers that have been certified to provide service for ** Outlier** Jets and that meet all FAA safety standards and additional safety standards

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**45.** What is an ** Outlier**? Definition of HawkinsDefinition of Hawkins [Hawkins 1980]: “An

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**46.** ** Outlier** is a different kind of company

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**47.** *Outlier*s make statistical analyses difficult

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**48.** This calculator performs Grubbs' test, also called the ESD method (extreme studentized deviate), to determine whether one of the values in the list you enter is a signficant ** Outlier** from the rest.

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**49.** Following my question here, I am wondering if there are strong views for or against the use of standard deviation to detect *Outlier*s (e.g

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**50.** Any datapoint that is more than 2 standard deviation is an ** Outlier**).

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**51.** I know this is dependent on the context of the study, for instance a data point, 48kg, will certainly be an ** Outlier** in a study of babies' weight but not in a study of adults' weight.

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**52.** A convenient definition of an ** Outlier** is a point which falls more than 1.5 times the interquartile range above the third quartile or below the first quartile

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**53.** *Outlier*s can also occur when comparing relationships between two sets of data.

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**54.** “‘** Outlier**’ is a great Nordic noir which travels really well and we do expect other broadcasters to come along in the weeks to come,” said Helene Aurø at REinvent.

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**55.** An ** Outlier** event is a one-of-kind experience, where flexible spaces allow you to chart your own course

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**56.** ** Outlier** is an expression of that ever …

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**57.** Using the and formulas, we can determine that both the minimum and maximum values of the data set are *Outlier*s.

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**58.** This allows us to determine that there is at least one ** Outlier** in the upper side of the data set and at least one

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**59.** ** Outlier** is a modern restaurant across the road of the W-hotel downtown Seattle

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**60.** ** Outlier** Detection is also known as anomaly detection, noise detection, deviation detection, or exception mining

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**61.** An early definition by (Grubbs, 1969) is: An outlying observation, or ** Outlier**, is one that appears to deviate markedly from other members of the sample in which it occurs.

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**62.** An ** Outlier** is an observation that appears to deviate markedly from other observations in the sample

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**63.** Identification of potential *Outlier*s is important for the following reasons

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**64.** An ** Outlier** may indicate bad data

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**65.** The ** Outlier** Vision Hosted by the Data Visualization Society,

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**66.** The ** Outlier** in the literary world refers to the best and the brightest people

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**67.** There is a non-fiction book '*Outlier*s' written by Malcolm Gladwell that debuted as the …

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**68.** ** Outlier** - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions

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**69.** Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: ** Outlier** n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc

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**70.** Smart ** Outlier** Detection Assistant

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**71.** The Smart ** Outlier** Detection Assistant enables machine learning outcomes for users with little to no SPL knowledge

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**72.** Introduced in version 5.0.0 of the Machine Learning Toolkit, this new Assistant is built on the backbone of the Experiment Management Framework (EMF), offering enhanced ** Outlier** detection abilities.

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**73.** ** Outlier**.org (from the co-founder of MasterClass) is reimagining higher education as a resource that is accessible, equitable, and affordable for everyone

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**74.** An ** Outlier** is an event or incident that is considered to be completely and irreconcilably inconsistent with a character, entity, group, or series' normal displayed level of power

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**75.** *Outlier*s are generally regarded as unusable in some forums debates

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**76.** However, all effort should be made to try to reconcile *Outlier*s with other canon information, and only the most extreme examples should be

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**77.** ** Outlier** is the second studio album by the Australian alternative metal band Twelve Foot Ninja.It was released on 26 August 2016 and contains ten tracks, with one bonus track

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**78.** Again, ** Outlier** is charging an introductory price of $400, and while it sounds like the exact number could change, Rasmussen is committed to keeping the price tag at

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**OUTLIER** [ˈoutˌlīər]

NOUN

**outlier** (noun) · **outliers** (plural noun)

An outlier is a value that is significantly higher or lower than most of the values in your data . When using Excel to analyze data, outliers can skew the results. For example, the mean average of a data set might truly reflect your values.

Definition of outlier. 1. : **a person whose residence and place of business are at a distance**. His house was a place of refuge for outliers.

A convenient definition of an outlier is a **point which falls more than 1.5 times the interquartile range above the third quartile or below the first quartile**. Outliers can also occur when comparing relationships between two sets of data.

In statistics, an outlier is an observation point that is distant from other observations . An outlier may be due to variability in the measurement or it may indicate experimental error; the latter are sometimes excluded from the data set.