## Kelly’s Coefficient of Skewness for Ungrouped data | Formula | Examples

Kelly’s Coefficient of Skewness for Ungrouped data Kelly’s coefficient of skewness is based on deciles or percentiles of the data. The Bowley’s coefficient of skewness is based on the middle 50 percent of the observations of data set. It means the Bowley’s coefficient of skewness leaves the 25 percent observations in each tail of the …