Long time since I did this but I would have thought you could use standard deviation to achieve some of this. But I know there are folks on the list with a stats background who can probably provide you with much better answers.


On Dec 21, 2015, at 6:30 PM, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have a large data pile to review regularly and find exceptions. Its looking at first blush that I am looking at lots and lots of bell curves with a desire to isolate and review only the items that have irregular bell shapes.

This seems to me like a problem that must occur regularly in the DB2 world? There must already be paradigms for doing this? Any experiences, pointers, or suggestions on ways to approach this?


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