Finding Outliers in Data
What is an outlier?
Anything that lies outside the normal distribution of the provided dataset is known as an outlier. Let’s suppose a list has these elements:
[32,30,39,35,31,4,37]. It is quite evident that
4 is the outlier in this list because all the other elements lie around a mean value of
35. Similarly, any data point that behaves differently from the rest of the set is known as an outlier.