en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Normalization_(statistics)

In statistics and applications of statistics, **normalization** can have a range of
meanings. In the simplest cases, **normalization** of ratings means adjusting **values**
...

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Sep 23, 2013 **...** If you want to **normalize** you **data** you can do as you suggest and simply calculate
: zi=xi−min(x)max(x)−min(x). where x=(x1,...,xn) and zi is now ...

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The point of **normalization** is to make variables comparable to each other. ... To
**normalize** an ordinal scale, you convert the **values** to rank order **values**, ...

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When dealing with mathematics, the process of **normalization** takes large **number**
sets and reduces them to a smaller scale, helping you better compare different ...

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Date: 04/22/2002 at 08:58:16 From: Stephanie Subject: **Normalizing** Hi, I have
several ranges of **numbers**, for example 5-200 or 200-1500, and I want to ...

www.howcast.com/videos/359111-how-to-normalize-data

When you **normalize** a set of **data**, you map the original **data** range into another
scale. The steps for **normalizing** a **data** set are described here.

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Nov 8, 2015 **...** Normal Distributions > **Normalized Data** / Normalization About **Normalized Data**
The word "normalization" is used informally in statistics, and so ...

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Sep 17, 2010 **...** Comparing evaluations of the same thing done on different scales can seem
difficult, but there is a simple equation you can use to translate ...