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What does standardizing allow us to do?

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Standardization. In statistics,
standardization is the process of putting different variables on
the same scale. **This process allows you to compare scores
between different types of variables.** ... Then, for each
observed value of the variable, you subtract the mean and divide by
the standard deviation.

**Standardizing** makes it easier to compare
**scores**, even if those **scores** were
measured on different scales. It also makes it easier to read
results from regression analysis and ensures that all variables
contribute to a scale when added together. Subtract the mean, μ,
from the value **you want** to convert, X.

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