By Daniel T. Larose, Chantal D. Larose
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So what is wrong with customer 1005’s income of $99,999? Perhaps nothing; it may in fact be valid. But, if all the other incomes are rounded to the nearest $5000, why the precision with customer 1005’s income? Often, in legacy databases, certain specified values are meant to be codes for anomalous entries, such as missing values. Perhaps 99,999 was coded in an old database to mean missing. Again, we cannot be sure, and should again refer to the database administrator. Finally, are we clear regarding, which unit of measure the income variable is measured in?
563 n 3333 For variables that are not extremely skewed, the mean is usually not too far from the variable center. However, for extremely skewed data sets, the mean becomes less representative of the variable center. Also, the mean is sensitive to the presence of outliers. For this reason, analysts sometimes prefer to work with alternative measures of center, such as the median, defined as the field value in the middle when the field values are sorted into ascending order. The median is resistant to the presence of outliers.
2 1 How Dell Predicts Which Customers Are Most Likely to Buy, by Rachael King, CIO Journal, Wall Street Journal, December 5, 2012. 2 How MassHealth cut Medicaid fraud with predictive analytics, by Rutrell Yasin, GCN, February 24, 2014. Data Mining and Predictive Analytics, First Edition. Daniel T. Larose and Chantal D. Larose. © 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Published 2015 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 3 4 CHAPTER 1 AN INTRODUCTION TO DATA MINING AND PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS The McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) reports3 that most American companies with more than 1000 employees had an average of at least 200 TB of stored data.