# Deviation analysis

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Deviation analysis

Deviation analysis may mean;

• in statistics; measurement of the absolute difference between any one number in a set and the mean of the set.
• in social psychology; monitoring of the behavior of people or objects within systems to measure compliance with expected or desired norms in order to trigger alerts, identity users or spot anomalies.

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