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GIVING MEDALS How is standard deviation similar to range and interquartile range?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    the answer is....

  2. anonymous
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    Interquartile range is "better" to describe "spread" in an (empirical) statistical distribution of data standard deviation is a "better" measure and why it is used instead of interquartile range in many applications

  3. gahm8684
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    Thats a great comparison, thanks

  4. gahm8684
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    but i need the similarities only

  5. kropot72
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    They are all measures of the spread of a distribution, otherwise known as 'dispersion'.

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