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What is resistant and non resistant statistics?


  1. What is resistant and non resistant statistics?
  2. What are resistant outliers?
  3. Which is more resistant mean or median?
  4. Which statistics are resistant and why?
  5. Which of the following is a resistant measure?
  6. Is the mean considered a non resistant measure?
  7. Is the range a resistant measure of spread?
  8. What is resistant measure in math?
  9. What are resistant measures in stats?
  10. Which of the following measures are resistant?

What is resistant and non resistant statistics?

' Nonresistant measures are affected by outliers/skewness, and hence are better for symmetric data. Resistant measures are not affected as much, and hence can be used for data that has outliers or is skewed.

What are resistant outliers?

The mean, standard deviation, maximum, and range all increase, because the observation for D.C. was a high outlier. On the other hand, the median, Q3, Q1, the interquartile range, and the mode remain the same, as these are all resistant to outliers.

Which is more resistant mean or median?

Thus, the MEAN IS NOT A RESISTANT MEASURE OF CENTER. The median is not affected by outliers, therefore the MEDIAN IS A RESISTANT MEASURE OF CENTER. For a symmetric distribution, the MEAN and MEDIAN are close together. In a skewed distribution, the mean is farther out in the long tail than the median.

Which statistics are resistant and why?

A statistic which is relatively unaffected by unusual observations. The median and inter-quartile range are examples of resistant statistics, while the mean, standard deviation, and range are not.

Which of the following is a resistant measure?

A measure that is not influenced by outliers. Median and IQR are examples of resistant measures.

Is the mean considered a non resistant measure?

The median is called a resistant measure, whereas the mean is a non-resistant measure.

Is the range a resistant measure of spread?

Use mean if the distribution is roughly symmetric. Use median if the distribution has outliers because the median is resistant to outliers. measures of spread are range, IQR, and standard deviation. It is a resistant measure of center.

What is resistant measure in math?

A measure that is not influenced by outliers. Median and IQR are examples of resistant measures.

What are resistant measures in stats?

A statistic which is relatively unaffected by unusual observations. The median and inter-quartile range are examples of resistant statistics, while the mean, standard deviation, and range are not.

Which of the following measures are resistant?

Median and IQR are examples of resistant measures. A measure that is not influenced by outliers. Median and IQR are examples of resistant measures.



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