Anti-Robust and Tonsured Statistics
This describes a statistical technique called "tonsuring" for exploratory data analysis in finance. Instead of rejecting "outlier" data that conflicts with the model, this strips out "inlier" data to get a clearer picture of how the market changes for larger moves.
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- Austin Gerig, 2010. "Universal Laws and Economic Phenomena," Papers 1002.0377, arXiv.org, revised Jul 2010.
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