Z-Score Normalization

Z-Score Normalization – (Data Mining)

Z-Score helps in the normalization of data. If we normalize the data into a simpler form with the help of z score normalization, then it’s very easy to understand by our brains.

Z- Score Formula

Z-Score formula statistics math

How to calculate Z-Score of the following data?

marks
8
10
15
20  
z score normalization standard deviation
Figure: z score normalization standard deviation

Mean = 13.25

Standard deviation = 4.6

z score normaliation data mining
Figure: z score normalization data mining
marksmarks after z-score normalization
8-1.14
10-0.7
150.3
201.4

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Z Score normalization Excel File Calculations
Figure: Z Score normalization Excel File Calculations

How to calculate Z-Score of the following data?

How do you use a z score table?

1. We can find a specific area under the normal distribution curve.
2. We can find the z-score of the data value and use a Z-Score Table.
Z-Score Table is used to find the area.
A Z-Score Table shows the area percentage to the left of a given z-score on a standard normal distribution.

Advantages of the z score

The z-score is very useful when we are understanding the data. Some of the useful facts are mentioned below;
The z-score is a very useful statistic of the data due to the following facts;
It allows a data administrator to understand the probability of a score occurring within the normal distribution of the data.

The z-score enables a data administrator to compare two different scores that are from different normal distributions of the data.

Is a higher or lower Z score better?

Suppose we have data from two persons. Person A has a high Z score value and person B have low Z Score value. In this case, the higher Z-score indicates that Person A is far away from person B.

What does a negative and a positive z score mean?

A negative z-score indicates that the data point is below the mean.
A positive z-score indicates that the data point is above the mean.

Why is the mean of Z scores is 0?

The standard deviation of the z-scores is always 1 and similarly, the mean of the z-scores is always 1.
Z-scores values above the 0 represent that sample values are above the mean.
z-scores values below the 0 represent that sample values are below the mean.
In the case of squared z-scores, the sum of the squared z-scores is always equal to the number of z-score values.

What is the meaning of the high Z score and low Z score?

  • Suppose we have a  high z-score value then it means a very low probability of data above this z-score.
  • Suppose we have a low z-score value then it means a very low probability of data below this z-score.

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99 confidence interval z score

Let’s see the 99 confidence interval z score, 95 confidence interval z score, and 90 confidence interval z score.

Confidence Interval

Z Score

90%
95%
99%

1.645
1.96
2.576

Z-Score to Percentile

Z-Score to Percentile formula: p=Pr(Z<z)

Let’s compute the percentile associated with a Z-score value 20.
Z-score =20

As a first step, we  use a normality table to found that Pr(Z < 20) = 1

Then, in order to find the corresponding percentile we compute:

100 × Pr(Z < 20) = 100 × 1 = 100%

Therefore, it is concluded that the corresponding percentile associated to the given Z-score of  Z = 20 is the 100-th percentile.

Let’s see the results graphically with the help of a diagram.

Z-Score to Percentile

Z score table

Table of the standard normal distribution values z<=0.

Negative Z score table

Table of the standard normal distribution values z>=0.

Positive Z score table

 

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FAQ

Which of the following is a fundamental difference between the t statistic and a z-score?

  1. In the case of t statistic, the sample mean in place of the population mean
  2. The t statistic uses the sample variance in place of the population variance
  3. If the null is true, some extreme observations of t are observed than z.
  4. The t statistic is helpful only for very large samples and z-score is helpful for all sample sizes

Answer: B

Is a standardized score necessarily a z-score?

Answer: a standardized score does not necessarily a z-score.

What conditions would produce a negative z-score?
A) a z score corresponding to an area located entirely on the right side of the curve.
B) a z score for a -ve area.
C) an area in the top 10% of the graph.
D) a z score corresponding to an area located entirely on the left side of the curve.
Answer: D

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