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Confidence interval on replicates from multinomial distribution with bimodal outcomes

I have a Java model which tracks the numbers of 6 types (A-F) of individuals. I am interested in the distribution of different types of individual across simulations with different parameter values. ...
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Decriptive statistics for a large amount of times series

I have 1,000 individual company time series of a variable, say X, observed 500 times (weekly observations). I would like to describe how this variable behaves. A graphic presentation of each time ...
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Average multiple precision recall curves

I have a binary classifier that I evaluate using cross validation. The classifier gives me a score for each observation and for each of the test sets I use a varying threshold to compute precision and ...
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Presenting summary statistics

For a section reporting descriptive statistics should I use the non-transformed variables $x$ or the transformed variables used in the regression analysis (e.g. differenced logs of a variable, $\Delta ...
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How to present box plot with an extreme outlier?

I could use some guidance about presenting some data. This first plot is a case-control comparison for the cytokine IL-10. I've manually set the y axis to include 99% of the data. The reason I ...
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Best way to represent data

What is the best way to represent the following data graphically? Can I use a histogram ...
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How to present a large dataset of polynomial multivariable regression in a useful format

I've produced a large dataset of results from 3 variable inputs. eg: x1, x2, x3 -> y y(x1,x2,x3) I've gone over the problem logically and it was clear the problem was non linear. To this end I've ...
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The right way to report random effects in a Cox survival model

I have a data set (patients (15000) nested in hospitals (50)), with a number of covariates. I built a proportional hazards model in Stata, and entered site as a frailty term. I would like to report ...
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Pairwise comparisons for a regression with sandwich estimates (in R)

The question in short I run a robust regression in R and made a boxplot with only one of the predictor variable grouping the response variable. On this boxplot I'd like to add some information about ...
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How to present the results of numerical comparisons

I ran a comparison where I estimated the parameters of a model using $S$ different methods several times. More specifically I simulated $M$ datasets $\boldsymbol{y}_1, \dots, \boldsymbol{y}_m$ from a ...
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How to present the Bayesian approach

I am writing a dissertation in which I use maximum likelihood estimation and an alternative Bayesian approach. I have written up the maximum likelihood estimation approach. However, I need some advice ...
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How to properly present McNemar's Test Statistics

I have read an article and I wonder if that is a proper way to present a McNemar's Test statistics. The study try to measure the change in knowledge before and after a lesson. They performed ...
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How should I organize my poster presentation?

I am currently in the process of making a poster presentation and would like some advice (or reference to advice) about some of the aspects of the graphic. For examples posters I am talking about see ...
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Typographic conventions for width of figures in LaTeX data analysis reports

I've been thinking recently about conventions for figure width in data analysis reports that lead to PDFs (e.g., in A4 or Letter size). My usual context is R, Sweave, and LaTeX. The default figure ...