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a transformation that is applied to the correlation coefficient, r, for use in hypothesis testing & constructing confidence intervals.
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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.…
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A field of science that studies nervous systems. Use [neuroimaging] tag for questions about fMRI data analysis.
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Non-parametric test to compare two paired samples. Not to be confused with the Wilcoxon [signed-rank-test].
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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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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…
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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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DAG stands for Directed Acyclic Graph. DAGs are commonly used to help people think about causal patterns amongst variables.
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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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an interpreted computer programming language.
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