For equal shape and slight and moderate departures from normality, the distributions had values of skewness
The risks measures when contemplating higher moments of the probability distribution, like kurtosis and skewness
, do not differ much to the previous strategies.
Another interesting feature of Table I data is the skewness
In figures 3 and 4, the plots of skewness
show a distinct pattern, with high positive values close to 2.
D) The balance of risk is measured by the skewness
Disasters are usually modeled as a shock that induces negative skewness
in the distribution of output.
In this section, the skewness
, kurtosis and curl of the received energy block values are presented.
The resultant table suffers from the skewness
or probabilistic inference attack.
As shown by kurtoses and skewness
, SPR values differ from the normal distribution; therefore, we applied the Kolmogorov-Smimov test to evaluate whether normality can be assumed for these values with a confidence of 95% (Corder and Foreman 2014).
The researchers found positive job growth skewness
within some industries in the early years that they analyzed, particularly in the services and high-tech sectors of the 1980s and 1990s.
Let [kappa] and [tau] denote the "excess" kurtosis (kurtosis of the distribution minus 3; the Gaussian kurtosis) and skewness
Dutta and Babbel  found that the skewness
and leptokurtic behavior of LIBOR were modeled effectively using g-h distribution.