outliner

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outliner

(ˈaʊtˌlaɪnə)
n
a person who outlines
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So, according to our understanding, we cannot improve the accuracy just by removing all the outliners [20] in the data.
The whiskers represent 90% of total variance, while rounds are outliners.
With much higher levels of socioeconomic development and urbanization, the Municipalities are often outliners that would significantly skew the overall distribution across jurisdictions.
Thus, in this paper, we use RANSAC algorithm to estimate the height from a set of data contaminated by outliners.
Firstly, the responses captured through the questionnaire survey were examined for outliners.
Early childhood teachers as program outliners and early childhood advisors assist with the development of Play School to help ensure that the program is founded on contemporary understandings of play, development and learning (DEEWR, 2009).
Silver Peaks Outliners, 11461 Road 22, Cortez, CO 81321.
23) To reduce the influence of larger outliners, which is a common occurrence for both measures, I employ median regression methodology.
The idea that those of us who are old outliners cannot do this visual stuff robs us of a significant tool is preposterous.
Se busca identificar los factores de las escuelas eficaces (prototipicas u outliners, por su termino en ingles) para luego trasladarlas o "implantarlas" en las escuelas ineficientes (efecto 3A).