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A measure of central tendency that represents the typical value of a set of numbers when those numbers are thought of as multiplicative in nature.
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underdetermined when the number of parameters to be estimated is greater than the number of data. This problem is also referred to as 'p >> n'.
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TOST, an acronym for *two one-sided tests* is a straightforward way of constructing a test of the "negativist" null hypothesis that two population statistics differ by no more than a small researcher-…
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Geographic information systems (GIS) provide facilities for storing, managing and analyzing geographic data which can be used for statistical purposes.
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DAG stands for Directed Acyclic Graph. DAGs are commonly used to help people think about causal patterns amongst variables.
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Adaptive Boosting meta-algorithm
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Matrix calculus deals with the problems of differentiating (possibly matrix-valued) functions of matrices
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a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe.
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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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