ChE253K Spring09 Lecture06.Rev01

ChE253K Spring09 Lecture06.Rev01 - Class Business Homework...

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1 ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 Class Business Homework 02 – Team Project Q’s
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2 ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 What To Do When The Data Ain’t Pretty Lecture 05 -- Descriptive Statistics
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3 ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 Outline Of This Lecture Data distribution summary statistics Normal, skewed and abnormal distributions Mean, median, std dev, inter-Q range Outliers data decontamination Outlier ID tests: actual errors or IQR Recalculate stats, but report outliers Modified box plots handle outliers elegantly
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4 ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 FFF: Data Selects Statistics
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5 ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 Three Centers: Four Spreads Mean Σ x(i)/N Median Middle Odd: Mid-Point Even: Mid-Mean Mode Most (multiple possible) Range Inter-Q Range Std Deviation Mean Abs Deviation N x - x(i) N 1 i = min(x(i)) max(x(i)) - Q(25%) Q(75%) - ( 29 ( 29 1 N x - x(i) 2 N 1 i - =
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6 ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 Centers & Spreads: Emissions Data 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 <9 11 15 19 23 27 31 Interval Midpoint Frequency 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 <9 11 15 19 21 27 31 Interval Midpoint
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7 ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 “Normal” Data Distribution A ~ symmetric “bell” Tall & narrow s small Short & broad s large Normal distributions could indicate: One true mean Measurements w/ many small, random errors Summary Stats: Center: Mean Spread: Std Deviation Sources: Levine, Statistics for Managers
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8 ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 Skewed Data Distribution A “skewed” bell Skewed distributions could indicate: Bias toward smaller or larger measurements A process with a lower, but not an upper limit Summary Stats: Median, mode or mean IQR, MAD or std dev Sources: Witte, Statistics
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9 ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 Other Data Distributions No-bell curve What some shapes could indicate: Bimodal: a process with two results, or two processes Flat: a process with many equally likely results Scattered: a process or measurement out of control Summary Stats: Plot Sources: Web; Witte, Statistics
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10 ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 Exercise: Distrib’n Summary Stats Data Distribution Summary Stats Symmetric or “Normal” Center: Mean Spread: Std Deviation Skewed or “Leaning” Center: Median or Mode Spread: Inter-Q Range Assorted Others Just plot it Outliers Significant Center: Spread:
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ChE 253K Spr09 Lecture 06 Systematic Errors Statistical Tests Inter-Q Range Grubbs Test Report Outliers ! Sources: www.vias.org
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