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when there is less variability than there 'ought' to be in the data. Eg, the variance of counts could be less than the mean, whereas the variance of a Poisson should equal the mean.
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a high-quality typesetting system and is available as free software.
The Mean Absolute Percentage Error (MAPE) is a point forecast accuracy measure. As a percentage, it can be compared between forecasts for time series on different scales, and it is easily interpreted.…
used to assess the accuracy of predicted probabilities, or more generally of predictive densities. Examples of scoring rules include the logarithmic, Brier, spherical, ranked probabi…
used to model the relation between individual location (ability) on a latent trait and their probability of endorsing a dichotomous item, which is characterized by its difficulty, a…
an R package to fit generalized additive mixed models using mgcv (mixed GAM computation vehicle) and lme4 (linear mixed-effects models).
a transformation that is applied to the correlation coefficient, r, for use in hypothesis testing & constructing confidence intervals.
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Geographic information systems (GIS) provide facilities for storing, managing and analyzing geographic data which can be used for statistical purposes.
The time between the arrival of one point & the next, as in a point process or queue. More abstractly, 'time' can be a distance between 2 points in a space.
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