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Error Correction Model
a latent variable model that *mixes* latent continuous (intercept & slope) variables with latent categorical (class) variables. It is used to identify latent populations with…
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DAG stands for Directed Acyclic Graph. DAGs are commonly used to help people think about causal patterns amongst variables.
Relative distribution methods, plots and decompositions, as discussed in Mark S. Handcock and Martina Morris: Relative Distribution Methods in the Social Sciences (Springer).
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Please DO NOT USE this tag. Use [t-test] to refer to the test, or [t-distribution] to refer to the distribution.
An acronym for likelihood ratio tests
Matrix calculus deals with the problems of differentiating (possibly matrix-valued) functions of matrices
Questions related to statistics in the media
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A non-negative continuous probability distribution characterized by one strictly positive parameter.
A right skew continuous probability distribution on positive real numbers.