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## Statistical Modeling Problems: Nonissue for GenIQStatistical Modeling Problems: Nonissue for GenIQ Started by Bruce Ratner |
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## Overfitting: Old Problem, New SolutionOverfitting: Old Problem, New Solution Started by Bruce Ratner |
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## Sofware and hardware upgrades: how frequently do you change?What are the specs of your new/old machine(s) (brand, memory, hard disk storage, speed, age, etc.) How frequently do you change your hardwa… Started by Vincent Granville |
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## How to produce nice graphs with R?I'm wondering how to produce smooth circles in R? My first try produced very irregular circles, and I decided to use squares instead of cir… Started by Vincent Granville |
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## What is WPS, and how does it compare with SAS?I know it uses the SAS language, a bit like R uses Splus programming language. But what are WPS limitiations? Can you process 50 million ro… Started by Vincent Granville |
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## WORKSHOPS: USING SPSS WITH PYTHONASSESS: SPSS USERS' GROUP ONE-DAY WORKSHOP: WRITING & USING PYTHON IN SPSS LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE (LSE), UK,… Started by Peter Watson |
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## Probability - the telephone directory problemWhat is the probability that in an 'm' digit number, n, less than m, of the digits are repeated 1. Atleast 'k' times 2. at most 'k' times 3… Started by Raman Nautiyal |
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## Explanation of Variance Inflation FactorAt SPSS ver 11.0 at the corresponding help file for multivariate linear regression the author insist without referring anywhere that "A var… Started by Epaminondas |
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Mar 4, 2008 Reply by Mark Richards |

## Statistical Software - Comparative AnalysisWhich software do you like best for business intelligence, fraud detection, web analytics, data mining, or risk management? What do you th… Started by Vincent Granville |
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