there are no limits to outliers there are no limits to outliers
No. Outliers are part of the data and do not affect them. They will, however, affect statistics based on the data and inferences based on the data.
Outliers will make give the graph a long tail (or tails). Overall, the graph will be flatter and wider.
Yes, it is.
apparently there is no limit to outliers. at least according to everybody else's answers.
The ISBN of Outliers - book - is 9780316017923.
Outliers - book - has 304 pages.
There is no limit to the number of outliers there can be in a set of data.
Outliers - book - was created on 2008-11-18.
Outliers - 2010 was released on: USA: 5 February 2010
The whiskers mark the ends of the range of figures - they are the furthest outliers. * * * * * No. Outliers are not part of a box and whiskers plot. The whiskers mark the ends of the minimum and maximum observations EXCLUDING outliers. Outliers, if any, are marked with an X.
Of course. In a large sampling of data, a relatively small group of outliers is possible.
You can only do it if either the outliers are way out - so far that they must be odd, so far that there can be no argument, no need for statistics to prove them to be outliers, or you need to prove that they are outliers using statistics - something like Grubb's test. To do that, the simplest way is software.
You cannot, unless they are all outliers, and the plot records outliers separately.