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reviewed Leave Closed How to generate two groups of $n$ random numbers in $U(0,1)$ such that sum of these two groups equal?
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reviewed Reviewed Blocked Gibbs Sampling using Forward / Backward Algorithm
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reviewed Close Predicted probabilities in logistic regression
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comment Predicted probabilities in logistic regression
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about how to use R without a reproducible example.
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comment Predicted probabilities in logistic regression
Please add a reproducible example for people to work with.
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comment Name for a slightly-stronger than Nash Equilibrium?
(@Silverfish, FWIW, note that you can link to other SE sites by enclosing the <name.SE> in square brackets [economics.SE] Economics.)
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reviewed Close How to find routes of buses? How can I make an algorithm that can follow a trail of gps points
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reviewed Close Name for a slightly-stronger than Nash Equilibrium?
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reviewed Reviewed Is the R language reliable for the field of economics?
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reviewed Reviewed How to find a linear dependency in a 2-D histogram?
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comment How to find a linear dependency in a 2-D histogram?
Do you have access to the underlying numbers, or are you asking how to read a heatmap?
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reviewed Reviewed Prove that maximum likelihood estimators for Gaussian distribution are a global maximum
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comment Prove that maximum likelihood estimators for Gaussian distribution are a global maximum
Please add the [self-study] tag & read its wiki.
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reviewed Reviewed Is there a goodness of fit measure for Survival Analysis (Cox Regression) if there are late entries?
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comment Minimum sample size for 1-tailed hypothesis testing
The success rate would be binomial if you knew the number of animals exposed to the disease. Realistically, you are unlikely to know that, so you need to use a count model such as Poisson, quasi-Poisson, or negative binomial.
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reviewed Reject Looking for the best data analysis
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reviewed Reviewed Looking for the best data analysis
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comment Looking for the best data analysis
You need to clarify what exactly you want to test. Are you just wanting to test if your resilience score differs between by sex? Also, note that if you don't have experimental data, you won't be able to draw causal conclusions.
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reviewed Close Using glmnet/lasso to tune a logistic regression model
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comment Using glmnet/lasso to tune a logistic regression model
This sounds like code review. That is off topic here. You could try on the Code Review SE site. If you are having a particular issue with your code not working, you could ask on Stack Overflow.