tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-21831384.post3251344366165305106..comments2019-10-03T14:11:35.530+05:30Comments on BzST | Business Analytics, Statistics, Teaching: Handling outliers with a smileGalit Shmuelihttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06119270323184007583noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-21831384.post-12110107484574939262009-12-11T01:15:26.137+05:302009-12-11T01:15:26.137+05:30To detect outliers in a single variable can be don...To detect outliers in a single variable can be done easily via sorting and plotting. Even in 2D scatterplots can help. But once you move beyond two variables, outliers are harder to spot. That's where analytics come in. Almost any elementary statistics textbook will have information on outlier detection in the context of linear regression, where it is most developed. We also discussed PCA in Galit Shmuelihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06119270323184007583noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-21831384.post-80945210615003489702009-12-10T08:07:28.679+05:302009-12-10T08:07:28.679+05:30Prof. Shmueli,
You had mentioned in the class that...Prof. Shmueli,<br />You had mentioned in the class that there are different set of methods for outlier detection.<br /><br />Can you point to any good resources on the topic?<br /><br />Now that we are done with BUDT-750, there is too much time on hand:)Tabrezhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07472062609438751793noreply@blogger.com