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QuestionSimple one, but stuck. Pin
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Nand32 wrote:
Difference between MEAN(A) & MEAN(B) is X % (Percentage)
Difference between STDEV(A) & STDEV(B) is Y % (Percentage)

Now to say a final, overall difference between the two datasets, can I say X% + Y%?
I'm bad at math, but both are ways to measure "differences".

Two ways of determining differences between strings is by looking at length, and the first character. I can't simply add the two to get a "better difference".

Decide whether the length, or the first character is more telling of the "difference" you seek. FWIW, there's more ways even than those two to quantify how they differ; there's weighted moving averages and more of that arcane stuff.

Give it some time and someone who is good at maths will ask you what type of difference you seek.
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QuestionBrowser-based Document Scanning Application Pin
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QuestionMinimize the risk that (bad) programmers call specific functions? Pin
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