Outliers_and_Thompson_tau

# Outliers_and_Thompson_tau - 1.8 4 49.3 0.34 0.95 5 49.3...

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Class example problem for outlier points J. M. Cimbala Given: 10 measurements as shown To do: Are there any outliers? If so, remove them. # meas. δ 1 48.9 0.74 mean = 49.64 I used AVERAGE(B8:B17) 2 49.2 0.44 0.53 I used STDEV(B8:B17) 3 49.2 0.44
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Unformatted text preview: 1.8 4 49.3 0.34 0.95 5 49.3 0.34 6 49.8 0.16 7 49.9 0.26 8 50.1 0.46 9 50.2 0.56 10 50.5 0.86 S = τ = (Thompson tau table at n = 10) S = Since 10 < S , measurement 10 is not an outlier....
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