### Outlier cases – bivariate and multivariate outliers

In follow-up to the post about univariate outliers, there are a few ways we can identify the extent of bivariate and multivariate outliers: First, do the univariate outlier checks and with those findings in mind (and with no immediate remedial action), follow some, or all of these bivariate or multivariate outlier identifications depending on the type of analysis you are planning. _____________________________________________________ BIVARIATE OUTLIERS: For one-way ANOVA, we can use the GLM (univariate) procedure to save standardised or studentized residuals. Then do a normal [READ MORE]