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How to Detect and Handle Outliers

How to Detect and Handle Outliers BOOK REVIEWS was either author or coauthor. What distinguishes this book, how- Chambers, J. M., and Hastie, T. J. (eds.) (1992), Statistical Models in S, Pacific Grove, CA: Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole. ever, is the care with which the methods are integrated into the data analyses and made accessible to the reader. Even if you have Cleveland, W. S. (1985), The Elements of Graphing Data, Sum- Cleveland’s earlier books (1983, 1985), you should get this one. mit, NJ: Hobart Press. I must also say something about the quality of the typesetting and graphical presentation. It is superb and sets standards that all publishers, editors (including journal editors), and authors How to Detect and Handle Outliers, by Boris IGLEWKZ should emulate. For example, all graphs appear on the same or and David C. HOAGLIN, Milwaukee: ASQC Quality facing pages as the text that discusses them. This causes excess Press, 1993, 87 pp., $19.95 (paper). white space, but it contributes mightily to the lucidity of the pres- entation. Those who, like me, have frustratingly flipped back and forth between graph and explanation trying to relate one to the This 72-page guidebook on how to work with outliers in statis- other will appreciate http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Technometrics Taylor & Francis

How to Detect and Handle Outliers

Technometrics , Volume 36 (3): 2 – Aug 1, 1994

How to Detect and Handle Outliers

Technometrics , Volume 36 (3): 2 – Aug 1, 1994

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BOOK REVIEWS was either author or coauthor. What distinguishes this book, how- Chambers, J. M., and Hastie, T. J. (eds.) (1992), Statistical Models in S, Pacific Grove, CA: Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole. ever, is the care with which the methods are integrated into the data analyses and made accessible to the reader. Even if you have Cleveland, W. S. (1985), The Elements of Graphing Data, Sum- Cleveland’s earlier books (1983, 1985), you should get this one. mit, NJ: Hobart Press. I must also say something about the quality of the typesetting and graphical presentation. It is superb and sets standards that all publishers, editors (including journal editors), and authors How to Detect and Handle Outliers, by Boris IGLEWKZ should emulate. For example, all graphs appear on the same or and David C. HOAGLIN, Milwaukee: ASQC Quality facing pages as the text that discusses them. This causes excess Press, 1993, 87 pp., $19.95 (paper). white space, but it contributes mightily to the lucidity of the pres- entation. Those who, like me, have frustratingly flipped back and forth between graph and explanation trying to relate one to the This 72-page guidebook on how to work with outliers in statis- other will appreciate

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Taylor & Francis
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1537-2723
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0040-1706
DOI
10.1080/00401706.1994.10485810
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Abstract

BOOK REVIEWS was either author or coauthor. What distinguishes this book, how- Chambers, J. M., and Hastie, T. J. (eds.) (1992), Statistical Models in S, Pacific Grove, CA: Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole. ever, is the care with which the methods are integrated into the data analyses and made accessible to the reader. Even if you have Cleveland, W. S. (1985), The Elements of Graphing Data, Sum- Cleveland’s earlier books (1983, 1985), you should get this one. mit, NJ: Hobart Press. I must also say something about the quality of the typesetting and graphical presentation. It is superb and sets standards that all publishers, editors (including journal editors), and authors How to Detect and Handle Outliers, by Boris IGLEWKZ should emulate. For example, all graphs appear on the same or and David C. HOAGLIN, Milwaukee: ASQC Quality facing pages as the text that discusses them. This causes excess Press, 1993, 87 pp., $19.95 (paper). white space, but it contributes mightily to the lucidity of the pres- entation. Those who, like me, have frustratingly flipped back and forth between graph and explanation trying to relate one to the This 72-page guidebook on how to work with outliers in statis- other will appreciate

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TechnometricsTaylor & Francis

Published: Aug 1, 1994

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