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Subtract the mean, , from the value you want to convert, X. Divide the result from Step 1 by the standard deviation, .
Typically, to standardize variables, you calculate the mean and standard deviation for a variable. Then, for each observed value of the variable, you subtract the mean and divide by the standard deviation.
Step 1: Identify the observation (X), the mean () and the standard deviation () in the question. Step 2: Plug the values from Step 1 into the formula: Standardized value = X / = 520 420 / 50.
Subtract mean and divide by standard deviation: Center the data and change the units to standard deviations. Subtract mean: Center the data. Divide by standard deviation: Standardize the scale for each variable that you specify, so that you can compare them on a similar scale.
Subtract mean and divide by standard deviation: Center the data and change the units to standard deviations. Subtract mean: Center the data. Divide by standard deviation: Standardize the scale for each variable that you specify, so that you can compare them on a similar scale.
Step 1: Conduct a Data Source Audit. Start by pinpointing all the data sources used by your business. Step 2: Brainstorm Standards. Step 3: Standardize Data Sources. Step 4: Standardize the Database.
4:06 6:37 Suggested clip Standardizing Normally Distributed Random Variables (fast version YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip Standardizing Normally Distributed Random Variables (fast version
x - The value to normalize. mean - The arithmetic mean of the distribution. standard_dev - The standard deviation of the distribution.
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