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10-26-2012, 08:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Ohashi_Jouzu View Post
I'm going to let the stats guys take it after this, but looking at this sample diagram:

you'd be telling me that -3 and 3 are "outliers". I'm saying that an outlier in this example would perhaps be -5 and 5, or -6 and 6. Even -4 and 4 round out the ends of the distribution curve, so... not outliers imo. But this is a pretty silly tangent.
Well, in that graph, +3, in a relatively small group, is close to zero occurences. Way closer than zero than to one.

I mean, OBVIOUSLY, Hasek at 7th is more abnormal. Hasek 4th would have been kindof the same than Roy 4th (if that would have been the case, they would have been tied).

Still, if you take out the lowest vote for each, they'd be equals.

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