There are various normalizations in statistics

Name Formula Use
Standard score \frac{X - \mu}{\sigma} Normalizing errors when population parameters are known. Works well for populations that are normally distributed
Student’s t-statistic \frac{X - \overline{X}}{s} Normalizing residuals when population parameters are unknown (estimated).
Studentized residual \frac{\hat \epsilon_i}{\hat \sigma_i} = \frac{X_i - \hat \mu_i}{\hat \sigma_i} Normalizing residuals when parameters are estimated, particularly across different data points in regression analysis.
Standardized moment \frac{\mu_k}{\sigma^k} Normalizing moments, using the standard deviation \sigma as a measure of scale.
Coefficient of
\frac{\sigma}{\mu} Normalizing dispersion, using the mean \mu as a measure of scale, particularly for positive distribution such as theexponential distribution and Poisson distribution.
Feature scaling X' = \frac{X - X_{min}}{X_{max}-X_{min}} Feature scaling used to bring all values into the range [0,1]. This is also called unity-based normalization. This can be generalized to restrict the range of values in the dataset between any arbitrary points  a and  b using  X' = a + \frac{\left(X-X_{min}\right)\left(b-a\right)}{X_{max} - X_{min}} .



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