Influential observation

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In statistics, influential observation is an observation for a statistical calculation whose deletion from the dataset would noticeably change the result of the calculation.[1]

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  1. ^ Burt, James E.; Barber, Gerald M.; Rigby, David L. (2009), Elementary Statistics for Geographers, Guilford Press, p. 513, ISBN 9781572304840 .