Range, Advanced Statistics

Range is the difference between the largest and smallest observations in the data set. Commonly used as an easy-to-calculate measure of the dispersion in the set of observations but not recommended for this task because of its sensitivity to the outliers and the fact that its value increases with the sample size.

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