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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 5, Issue 11, Part D (2019)

Grubbs-back test and multiple Grubbs beck test compared for the Godavari basin: A case study

Author(s)
Vishakha Tiwari, Pratyasha Tripathi and Vishal Vincent Henry
Abstract
In this paper, a few catchment areas of the Godavari river basin, Maharashtra, India, are used to compare the effectiveness of the Grubbs-Beck test and the multiple Grubbs-Beck test to detect discordant observations. It is found that the Multiple Grubbs-Beck test, is more effective while used for the Weibull distribution, than the original Grubbs-Beck test. It is observed that the upper river station, no lower discordant observation was found when using the method of Grubbs test and in Indravati river station also no lower discordant observation was detected while using the method of Multiple Grubbs Beck test (MGBT) five survey catchments.
Pages: 288-291  |  15 Views  2 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Vishakha Tiwari, Pratyasha Tripathi, Vishal Vincent Henry. Grubbs-back test and multiple Grubbs beck test compared for the Godavari basin: A case study. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(11):288-291.
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