Clusters, gaps, peaks & outliers (Full video)

Khan Academy

Supporting grades: 6

Description: Examples looking at different features of distributions, such as clusters, gaps, peaks, and outliers for distributions. In this video, I wanna do some examples looking at distributions, in particular, different features in distributions like clusters, gaps, and peaks. So an outlier is a data point that's way off of where the other data points are, it's way larger or way smaller than where all of the other data points seem to be clustered and if we look over here, we have a lot of data points between zero and six. And let's just think about what they're measuring: this is shelf time for each apple at Gorg's Grocier.

You must log inorsign upif you want to:*

*Teacher Advisor is 100% free.