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Equation / Last modified by AndrewBudd on 2017/03/09 15:59
`X_"(max)" = `

The Max equation returns the highest value from a data set `(X)`.

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Enter values as a comma separated list of values.

You can cut and paste your data set into the equation.

See Also

  • Find the minimum of a data set
  • Find the maximum of a data set
  • Determine the range of a data set
  • To compute the observation statistics for a set including min, max, mean, mid-point, median, count, population and sample variance and standard deviation, CLICK HERE.
  • To sort a list of numeric values, CLICK HERE.
  • To create a random subset of the a list of numeric values, CLICK HERE.
  • Click here to see hundreds of statistics topics on vCalc
  • Click here to apply some of the simplest statistics
  • Start here with the basics of elementary statistics
  • Click here to get a simplified view of mathematics
  • Click here to understand the basic concept of Quantization
  • Click here to read about frequency distributions
  • Begin with the math of measuring central tendencies
  • Click here to see basic psychology statistics
  • Click here to see the category of Statistics in vCalc content
  • Peruse the category of Engineering Probability and Statistics
  • Try the Mean calculation
  • Try the Median calculation
  • Try the Mode calculation
  • Here's the Range of a data set
  • Here's the Min calculation
  • And the Max calculation
  • Standard Deviation (Sample)
  • Standard Deviation (Population)
  • Frequency Distribution between min and max
  • Frequency Distribution for population
  • Try the z-score calculation on your data set
  • Try the z-score when you know both mean and SD