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 Jul4 asked Classifying data in R May25 awarded Popular Question Mar25 comment Estimate how coefficient of variation changes as a function of $x$ without replication Hi there, any updates on finding a citation? Thanks! Mar25 comment Estimate how coefficient of variation changes as a function of $x$ without replication I suppose, yeah. How would I go about implementing your first answer? Has anyone done this in the literature before, such that you could direct me to an example? If I use this method (the first part of your answer), I'd like to cite it. Mar25 comment Estimate how coefficient of variation changes as a function of $x$ without replication Sorry, I wasn't referencing part of your answer, I just wanted to clarify that! I was thinking to fit a regression line, compute errors, and find the SD of the error distribution. What do you think of that? Mar24 comment Estimate how coefficient of variation changes as a function of $x$ without replication the variance is not constant, since CV is constant as x (the mean) increases... Mar24 revised Estimate how coefficient of variation changes as a function of $x$ without replication added 19 characters in body Mar24 comment Estimate how coefficient of variation changes as a function of $x$ without replication Yes, linear can be assumed. In any case, a regression can be fit. Mar23 asked Estimate how coefficient of variation changes as a function of $x$ without replication Dec20 awarded Notable Question Oct26 accepted Logistic growth inflection point Oct26 accepted Model some logarithmic looking data in R Oct26 accepted What type of statistics test do I use for the following Oct26 asked Combining normal distributions Oct12 comment Logistic growth inflection point oh sorry...the original function should be 1 + a... Oct12 comment Logistic growth inflection point ln(-1/a)??? but "a" is positive. Oct12 asked Logistic growth inflection point Aug31 asked Model some logarithmic looking data in R Aug27 comment How to show that method X is more reliable than method Y? Yes, that's right. Although it's a not a test and it's not scoring. But that's the idea. It's an experiment and I have two methods of getting the same statistic I am trying to measure for each subject. Aug26 comment How to show that method X is more reliable than method Y? I'm not really sure :/