Analysis of potential outlier and missing data points in NUWES data
Tysver, Joseph Bryce
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This report presents the results of analysis of potential outliers and miss data points in 3-D data. Treatments of isolated and multiple questionable observations (potential outliers and/or missing data points) are suggested inclusion in the algorithm for smoothing 3-D data using a 7-point least-sou method for fitting polynomials of order three or less.
NPS Report NumberNPS55-83-029PR
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