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## Bayesian statisticsThe Bayesian philosophy involves a completely different approach to statistics. The Bayesian version of estimation is considered for the ba… Started by Shashank Shekhar |
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## Multivariate RegressionI recently did some study on 2 variables y and x and found out that if they are related to each other if they are plotted taking into consi… Started by DataMiner |
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## Find-Guru connects Teachers and Students in a unique wayFind Guru who are trying to make an online class room where you can get connected with teachers, attempt assignments and rent books as well… Started by Srinivas nunna |
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## results from new equationsDear Sirs I write to you about the results from my new simpler direct equations to find Roots in Table -1-. Angles in Table -2-. Full Area… Started by maher |
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## Another Calculus-level Programming example: Optimal (Electrical) Filter DesignsOptimum Matched Filter (Transfer Function) (Nested Processes ... Each Process controlled by a Solver) The transfer function H(s) is the… Started by Phil B Brubaker |
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## Comparing two paired variables containing percentagesSorry for this stupid question, can anybody help me to understand what test I should use to compare two paired variables (dependent groups… Started by Duccio Schiavon |
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## integralint(sin(x^2) Started by danial |
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## Calculus-level Programming for solving ODEs, PDEs, etc. Learn thru examples. Have math problem, need a solution?(You) Have math problem, need a solution? If so and are willing to learn Calculus (level) Programming, then I'll help you write the code an… Started by Phil B Brubaker |
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## Need help with logistical regressionDoes anyone have an example of a simple logistical regression analysis (sans statistical software)? I'm especially interesting in seeing ho… Started by Sara |
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## Maximum Likelihood EstimationI read in one of the statistical websites saying: "The best estimate for p (probability of obtaining heads) from any one sample is clearly… Started by Surya |
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