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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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a general class of models used for estimation and inference that contain a nonparametric component and a parametric component.
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An acronym for likelihood ratio tests
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Questions related to statistics in the media
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Matrix calculus deals with the problems of differentiating (possibly matrix-valued) functions of matrices
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a tool that allows to embed the R code for complete data analyses in latex documents to create dynamic reports.
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characterized by a dual or directed relationships between individuals, such as friendship relations in a social network, import and export relations between countries, or migration flo…
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Best Linear Unbiased Estimator
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Weak Law of Large Numbers
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Questions which concern the utility of statistical information in applications involve some feature of optimization or cost minimization.
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a list of plain text values delimited by commas, or a file containing one or more lists in that format.
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the random motion of particles (eg atoms) that make up a gas. The math used to model Brownian motion is sometimes used in statistics to describe stochastic processes over time.