is it okay to make conclusions with a skewed dataset? I am working on a project and some data is skewed left and some right. I am to describe the data but then make a conclusion or recommendation based off of the data. The professor knows the data is skewed. I do not need to actually perform any statistics but just describe the data and discuss recommendations.
My question really is for descriptive statistics can you conclude anything with skewed data?
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