Outlier

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Outlier

A data point significantly different from others in the same set. An outlier is generally due to statistical noise and not to any fundamental difficulty with the data set. Taking the mean and median values of a data set can help reduce the influence of outliers. They are also called outlying observations.
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Inner Fence scored extremely well in the marketing and sales category because there was no evidence of misleading customers or any of the typical unethical practices often found in the merchant services industry.
The need for increased use of razor wire between the fences for intimidation purposes already had been recognized, and the barbed wire at the top of the inner fence provided little delay or deterrent.
At least five Molotov cocktails were thrown over a fence separating Lebanon from Israel, but bounced off a higher inner fence surrounding an Israeli position.
The inmates set out across the prison grounds, making it through the inner fence, and less than twenty feet from the outer fence, when they were detected by an electronic perimeter intrusion detection sensor - in this case, a buried ported coaxial cable.
Where the inner fence stands on loose bodies, a 0.5 m high concrete foundation runs for satisfactory foundation of fence posts.
The company was purchased by Merchant Focus and Inner Fence as part of a joint venture.