se.skew

0th

Percentile

Standard Error of Skewness

Function to obtain the standard error of the skewness of a distribution of values.

Usage
se.skew(x)
Arguments
x

numeric object containing the values for a variable.

Details

Standard error of skewness is computed on non-missing values using the following equation. $$\sqrt( 6*N*(N-1) / ((N-2)*(N+1)*(N+3)) )$$

Value

Standard error of skewness for x.

See Also

skew, skew.ratio

Aliases
  • se.skew
Examples
# NOT RUN {
se.skew(Temp$Temperature[Temp$City == "Springfield"])
se.skew(Temp$Temperature[Temp$City == "SanFrancisco"])
# }
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