Extreme values, Advanced Statistics

The biggest and smallest variate values among the sample of observations.

Significant in various regions, for instance flood levels of the river, speed of wind and snowfall.

Statistical analysis of the extreme values targets to model their occurrence and size with the goal of predicting the future values.

 

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