skew_kurtosis | R Documentation |

Calculate skew and kurtosis, standard errors for both, and the estimates divided by two times the standard error. If this latter quantity exceeds an absolute value of 1, the skew/kurtosis is significant. With very large sample sizes, significant skew/kurtosis is common.

skew_kurtosis(x, verbose = FALSE, se = FALSE, ...)

`x` |
An object for which a method exists. |

`verbose` |
Logical. Whether or not to print messages to the console, Default: FALSE |

`se` |
Whether or not to return the standard errors, Default: FALSE |

`...` |
Additional arguments to pass to and from functions. |

A `matrix`

of skew and kurtosis statistics for `x`

.

skew_kurtosis(datasets::anscombe)

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