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Are M-estimators better measures of centrality than mean, median and mode?
in Causal Data Science by Diamond (60,788 points) | 62 views

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True, because central measures are affected by outliers and normally requires few data set to be calculated than the whole data.
by Wooden (2,634 points)
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the median is actually a better measure of centrality than the mean if your data are skewed, meaning lopsided.
by Wooden (262 points)

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