Subject exclusion [Outliers]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2018-10-03 23:47 (716 d 17:53 ago) – Posting: # 19408
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Hi Mohamed,

» » first of all: Please follow the Forum’s Policy about avoiding TOFU. THX.
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» Ok I will…

… but didn’t do. Why? :confused:

» May be but for me we have to include all numbers to check for the IQR and check for outliers

The IQR includes 50% of the data. So what? If you want to go the nonparametric route (which the EMA hates), consider screening for extreme outliers (construct whiskers with 2× or even 3× the IQR). With the default in most software (1.5× for moderate outliers) you may “detect” a lot.

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