Questions tagged [winsorizing]

Winsorizing is a kind of data transformation used in robust/resistant statistics. Extreme values in the sample is replaced by some chosen data quantile(s). See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winsorizing

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How to best estimate the time remaining for a variable-length questionnaire?

The greatest gain of the statistics classes in both school and university seems to be that I now have an inkling of which QA site to use for this question. :) I'm a programmer and I'm making a ...
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Alternatives to using Coefficient of Variation to summarize a set of parameter distributions?

Background I have a model with 17 parameters, and I currently use the coefficient of variation ($\text{CV}=\sigma/\mu$) to summarize the prior and posterior distributions of each parameter. All of ...
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Measure of closeness

Given a list of numbers, is it possible to find out (or in other words, is there a statistical measure to tells the) the closeness of the numbers (do note that i am not talking about correlation - ...
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Removing outliers from asymmetric data

I have a data set that includes the number of visits to a website. Here are some descriptive statistics for my data Median: 4 Mean: 14.1352 SD: 121.8119 Clearly, there are some huge values (...

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