Dan, I am not sure I understand you correctly. The data is spread out over the following time points in months: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36. So the only data removed via the local data filter is for 36 months (which corresponds with your observation of 3 and 4 points after the peak in the grean curve). The underlying data set is the same, but as I explained above the result is dependent on how the "outlier" or last datum at 36 months is excluded. the local data filter sumarily excludes all 36 month data (3 points). Row exclusion only excludes the 36 month result for the red curve. Since the red curve is also defining the shelf-life, I do not understand why the different methods of data removal should give different results. The result should exclusively depend on the behaviour of the red curve, correct?
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