Questions tagged [inverse-gaussian-distrib]

A right skew continuous probability distribution on positive real numbers.

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Which data visualization when running GLMM?

I'm analysing correct response rate and response time of participants on a task. For the first one, I ran a mixed effect logistic regression: ...
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How to choose a prior : family for a response with negative values?

I’m modeling percentage change in oxygen levels in the blood from a particular experiment. So my prior before seeing the data was an inverse gaussian distribution. But my data (response variable ) has ...
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P-values and confidence intervals for Inverse Gaussian GLMM?

I want to test the effects of different variables on Reaction Times data. Following the recommendations of Lo & Andrews (2015) I compared the AIC/BIC of three GLMM with a Gaussian, a Gamma and an ...
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Jacobian of Inverse Gaussian Transformation in Schwarz & Samanta (1991)

In the sample size $n=2$ case when transforming $\{x_1, x_2\}$ to $\{\bar{x}, s\}$ (where $X_1, X_2 \overset{iid}{\sim} IG(\mu, \lambda)$, $\bar{X}=\frac{\sum_i^2 X_i}{n}$, and $S=\sum_i^2 (\frac{1}{...
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Speed in m/s is normally distributed, but same data expressed as “Time for 10 meters” is not

I am trying to understand why the same data can be normally distributed if expressed in one way, but not normally distributed if expressed in another way. I have a variable that is "time taken to ...
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CDF for inverse normal distribution [duplicate]

Do you have any idea how I can get the cumulative distribution function (CDF) for inverse-normal (Gauusian) distribution? Modeler 18.2 doesn't have that specific function, and I need it to calculate a ...
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The inverse cumulative distribution of the product of two normally distributed variables

Let me preface this by saying that I am not in any sense a statistician and I might be going about this totally wrong… I am interested in calculating the inverse cumulative distribution of the ...
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Inverse Gaussian Distribution and the Central Limit Theorem

Let the random variables $Y_1,\ldots,Y_n$ be independent and identically distributed (i.i.d.) (standard) Inverse Gaussian random variables with parameters $\mu$ and $\lambda$. Then, let the random ...
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Minimum of n independent, but not identically distributed inverse Gaussians

I would like to find the probability distribution of the minimum of of n independent, but not identically distributed, i.e. differently parametrized inverse Gaussians. I would prefer an analytical ...
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Do test scores really follow a normal distribution?

I've been trying to learn which distributions to use in GLMs, and I'm a little fuzzled on when to use the normal distribution. In one part of my textbook, it says that a normal distribution could be ...
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How to get the prediction std using Gaussian Process in Scikit-Learn

I'm fitting some data using Gaussian Process (GP) in Scikit-Learn. As I understand, the GP requires to scale both X (input features) and Y (outputs) to standard normal distribution (mean = 0 and std = ...
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Transformation the inverse Gaussian probability distribution

Suppose $X$ has pdf $I(\mu, \tau)$ with density, $$\sqrt{\frac{\tau}{2\pi x^{3}}}\exp\{-\frac{\tau}{2x\mu^{2}}(x-\mu)^2\}\quad; x>0, \quad \tau,\mu>0$$ I want to find the distribution of $V = \...
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Fitting GLM (family = inverse.gaussian) on simulated AR(1)-data

I am encountering quite an annoying and to me incomprehensible problem, and I hope some of you can help me. I am trying to estimate the autoregression (influence of previous measurements of variable X ...
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Exponential Family with Dispersion Parameter Distributions

Defining the exponential dispersion family by $exp\left(\frac{x_{i}\theta - b(\theta_{i})}{\phi} + c(x_{i}, \phi, w_{i})\right)$ I'd like to change the usual Inverse-Gaussian density below to the ...
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Deriving Inverse Gaussian as First Passage Time of Wiener Process

Chhikara and Folks (1988) show that the inverse gaussian distribution arises as the first passage time for a wiener process. However, there are several steps I don't quite understand. In particular, ...
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Python: Gaussian Copula or inverse of cdf

Let's say I have a column x with uniform distributed values. To these values, I applied a cdf-function. Now I want to calculate the Gaussian Copula, but I can't find the function in python. I read ...
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GLMM inverse gaussian and treatment contrasts (response times)

I've been trying to analyse a dataset of response times following Lo & Andrews' (2015) proposal here: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01171 They propose using a GLMM that assumes a Gamma or ...
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Which Single Summary Statistic to use for Inverted Bell Curve (Bimodal Distribution)?

I've collected some datasets for which I want to report a summary statistic. I produced normal probability plots for the datasets, and the data does not conform to a Gaussian distribution - there are ...
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Gaussian Bivariate Copulas Inconsistent Reasoning

While studying Gaussian copulas, I have stumbled accross a question which seems to result from wrong reasoning. In the arguments below, where have I gone wrong? Let $c(u, v)$ denote the density of ...
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Distributions with undefined parameters

I am studying the Bayesian Lasso and noticed something interesting on Page 682 at the bottom of the second column here Some background: a hierarchical setup for data $X, y$, regression coefficients, $...
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How to apply glm(generalized linear model) in this simple example?

We are given 1) Y = $(Y_1,Y_2,...,Y_n)^T$ ~ Exponential 2) E[Y] = $\mu$ = X$\beta$, where X $\in R^{nxr}$ and $\beta \in R^r$ My question is can we apply the glm in this case? The case where the ...
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Expectation of log(1/X) when X follows inverse gaussian distribution

Can anybody help me in this question? How to derive the expectation of log(1/X) when X follows inverse Gaussian distribution? Found out a type of approximation for $\mathbb{E}[\log(X)]$ while $X \sim ...
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Interpretation of Generalized Inverse Gaussian regression with GAMLSS

Background on my project: I am comparing proteins (nodes) between a network representing protein interactions in metastatic patients v/s another network representing protein interactions in non-...
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How to calculate E(1/Y) when Y is Inverse Gaussian distributed?

The Inverse Gaussian Distribution density is : $$\frac{\phi^{\frac{1}{2}}}{\sqrt{2\pi y^3}} exp[\frac{-\phi(y - \mu)^2}{2\mu^2y}]$$ Got to this integral: $$\int_0^\infty \frac{1}{y} \frac{\phi^{\frac{...
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Sufficient Statistic for inverse Gaussian Distribution

Let $X_1,...,X_n$ be a random sample from population with the pdf of the inverse Gaussian distribution $$f(x|\theta,\beta)=(\frac{\beta}{2 \pi x^3})^\frac{1}{2}e^{-\frac{\beta(x-\theta)^2}{2\...
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Specifying distribution in generalized estimating equation GEE

GEE allows you to identify the distribution of the outcome variable and appropriate link function. How do you make this selection in a longitudinal model where the distribution changes in time. An ...
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Testing GLMM residuals against specific families and link functions (R)

When running a GLMM in R with family=gaussian and link=identity, it's easy enough to test whether normality and homoscedasticity ...
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Is there a package for three parameter inverse gaussian or lognormal distributions in C++?

I want to generate random numbers from one of the following distribution in C++. I haven't been able to find any libraries though. Do they exist? In order of preference: Three parameter inverse ...
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Conditional inverse Gaussian distribution

I am considering the Inverse Gaussian distribution as the hitting time distribution for a Wiener process, $W(t)$, with drift parameter $\nu$ and variance parameter $\sigma$. Define the hitting time as ...