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designed to test whether one treatment is not worse than another.
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Principal Coordinate analysis (PCoA), aka Torgerson's metric multidimensional scaling, is the oldest form of Multidimensional Scaling (MDS). Its algorithm is based on Principal Component analysis (PCA…
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an XML-based markup language developed to provide a way for applications to define and share models.
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A pivot table shows a summary table of data from a larger table generally with an interactive graphical interface; it is seen in software such as spreadsheets.
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an `R` function for robust fitting of linear models in package MASS.
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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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a R package allows an R programmer to perform statistical analysis via MapReduce on a Hadoop cluster.
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A collection of four `R` packages to manage and analyze data with Hadoop, an open-source framework for reliable, scalable, distributed computing.
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for statistical puzzles that challenge the ingenuity of the solver. (Do not use the tag "games" for this purpose.)
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polr refers to a R function in package MASS for ordered logistic or probit regression.
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A family of high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming languages.
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A commercial implementation of the S programming language.
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BLUE refers to Best Linear Unbiased Estimators.
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a nonparametric analog to the repeated measures ANOVA when the outcome is nominal/binary.