# Tagged Questions

The median is the value below which half the data or probability distribution lies - when the sample size is odd, the median is the 'middle' value of an ordered sample.

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### Distribution of median and median absolute deviation

what is the distribution of median and median absolute deviation for sample from normally distribution function? 2. Since the distribution of variance follow a chi square distribution with n-1 degree ...
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### Meta-analysis: Estimating the population median

The Borenstein (2008) textbook I'm using doesn't make any references to estimating a population median. Searching the internet I find lots of references to using the median and range to estimate the ...
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### median proof given G(t)=F(t-delta) [closed]

How can I do part a? I get stuck after using the formula for difference of 2 independent variable
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### CLT and Wald-Wolfowitz runs test asymptotic distribution

I need help finding a theorem which could be used to prove that the Wald-Wolfowitz runs test is asymptotically normal. Let me formalize my question. We have a random sample $\{X_0,X_1,...,X_n\}$ (if ...
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### Convergence to zero of a sum involving the median

Can anyone help me with this? Let $\{X_i:i=1,...,n\}$ be a sequence of i.i.d random variables with a continuous density function. If $m$ is the true median and $\hat m _n$ is the sample median, is it ...
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### Statistical analysis on daily data

I have a number of data points that I am trying to extract a meaningful pattern from (or derive an equation that could then be predictive). I am trying to find a correlation (?) between RANK and DAILY ...
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### median split procedure reference

Is there any reference that I might use when I mention the median split method in a paper? i.e. turning a continuous variable into a categorical one by splitting a sample into 2 (above and below the ...
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### Theil–Sen estimator in R with more than one variable? [duplicate]

Can Theil-Sen be defined for multiple linear regression? If so, is there an implementation in R for it? I simply want a formula a~b+c, but the package ...