KDNuggets.com Launches Free Outlier Analysis Boxplot Template

Visit the KDNuggets.com Statistics page and download a free outlier analysis boxplot template from the Topics section. Boxplot analysis can solve business analysis problems. This free outlier analysis template is one of several posted in Cool Number Crunching Templates.

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Comment by Tom Wolfer on August 11, 2021 at 4:09am

After you try the Find Unusual Data free template, you might then use the Find Unusual Data: Explore Your Outliers template. This template uses the same Boxplot algorithm on your data to create Outlier segments. But it also automatically generates a Boxplot graph with Pivot Table and Slicer so you can visualize, analyze and explore your unusual Outlier behavior segments versus all of the other data in your original dataset.

Comment by Tom Wolfer on August 6, 2021 at 5:59am

I recommend you watch the introduction video about Boxplots in my analytics store to learn how my data analysis templates can help you apply basic business statistics and the theory of the Boxplot to solve your business analytics problems.

Comment by Tom Wolfer on August 5, 2021 at 5:22am

I also have a Summarize Seasonal Trends template that you can use to extract Time of Day, Day of Week, Month and other seasonal data information from a date/time stamp field at the click of one button. You can use this template before doing your outlier analysis with a Boxplot template.

Comment by Tom Wolfer on August 4, 2021 at 5:47am

You can have as many columns of data (ordinal, interval, categorical, binary) up to the maximum row limit. You must only make sure that the final column of data in this free trial template is the column on which you will be applying the Boxplot algorithm statistical test to determine unusually high or low behaviour.

Comment by Tom Wolfer on August 3, 2021 at 4:27am

Canadians in the civil service, academia or legal profession who use WordPerfect (Corel) and its Quattro Pro spreadsheet application should also be able to download and test the free template since it is developed on a VBA platform. You can let me know. And, anyone - anywhere - who uses a Windows-based spreadsheet application other than Excel -- that is likely developed on a VBA platform -- should also be able to run the free template (and others) in my store. You can let me know if this is true.

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