Questions tagged [non-central]

use for questions about socalled non-centrality parameters, in distributions such as t, F, chisquare, wishart and others.

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Estimation After Selection on Non-central F Random Variables

Suppose that you observe $F_1,F_2,\ldots,F_k$ each independently. drawn from non-central F distributions with common, known, d.f. $\nu_1, \nu_2$, and with (unknown) non-centrality parameters $\...
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What is a reasonable alternative when the mean does not exist?

Consider a continuous random variable $F''$ following a doubly noncentral $F$ distribution with $8$ and $2$ degrees of freedom, and noncentrality parameters $0$ and $10$; which is to say: $$ F'' \sim ...
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t-test: understanding alternative hypothesis, power, and noncentral distributions

While the alternative hypothesis $H_a: \mu_c \ne \mu_t$ covers an infinite number of possible values for $\mu_t$, the power of the test can only be defined based on a point value of $\mu_t$ - is this ...
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A question concerning distribution of $\mathbf{Y}/\|\mathbf{Y}\|_2$ where $\mathbf{Y}\sim \mathcal{N}(\boldsymbol{\mu},\mathbf{I})$

I know that when $\mathbf{Y}\sim\mathcal{N}(\mathbf{0},\mathbf{I})$, $\mathbf{Y}/\|\mathbf{Y}\|_2$ is distributed uniformly on the unit sphere. But to my surprise, I failed to find a simple closed ...
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Distribution of a normalized inverse Wishart times Gaussian

Suppose $z\sim\mathcal{N}\left(\lambda^2 e_1,I_n\right)$ where $e_1$ is the first column of the $n$-dimensional identity matrix, denoted here as $I_n$. Suppose $S\sim\mathcal{W}\left(m,I_n\right)$ is ...
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Derive the distribution of the ANOVA F-statistic under the alternative hypothesis

Say we have $k$ samples of data, where sample $i$ is of size $n_i$ and we write it as $x_{i1}, ... , x_{in_i}$. Let the total sample size be $N$. The ANOVA model is $X_{ij} \sim N(\mu_i, \sigma^2)$ ...
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How can i express non central chi square random variable in terms of gamma function?

I know the relation between central chi square and gamma random variables.But i am not able to get relation between gamma and non central chi-square distribution.
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In inferential statistics, is the noncentrality parameter of the F-distribution simply the F-value 'in the population'?

I'm writing functions (in R) that allow working with the $\omega^2$ distribution (the effect size for analysis of variance; the less biased alternative to $\eta^2$)....
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What is the distribution of the 'achieved' $R^2$?

I am interested in the distribution of/performing inference on the 'achieved' $R^2$ coefficient in multiple linear regression. Suppose that $y\sim x\beta + \epsilon$ with $\epsilon \sim \mathcal{N}\...
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Is there standard nomenclature for Confidence Distributions?

I am wondering if there are standard naming conventions in general for confidence distributions or for the particular cases of the non-centrality parameters of (non-central) $t$- and $F$-distributions....
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Power Analysis and Non-Central t Distribution

I'm a bit confused about power analysis and the non-central t-distribution. If I am in a situation where $H_0$ is $\mu = 0$, and $H_1$ is $\mu > 0$, I calculate for what value $\mu$ would have a ...
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Expected value of statistic based on sample correlations

Let there be $i = 1,...,m$ random variables, for simplicity assume that each of these random variables follows a normal distribution: $x_{i} \sim N(\mu_{i}, \sigma_{i})$. Let $\hat{\rho_{i,j}}$ be the ...
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Where is the error: doubly noncentral $F$-distribution

Let $F=(X/n_1)/(Y/n_2)$ where $X$ and $Y$ are independent, $X$ is $\chi^2$ with noncentrality parameter $\lambda_1\geq 0$, and $Y$ $\chi^2$ with NCP $\lambda_2\geq 0$. According to this Wolfram ...
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expectation of Log Noncentral Chi

Let $X$ follow non central chi distribution, the formula of $\mathbb{E}[\log(X)]$ (or equivalently $\mathbb{E}[\log(X^2)]$ where $X^2$ is Non central chi square) can be found here and here. However, ...
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Which method to choose for constructing a confidence interval around Cohen's w?

There are two methods to calculate a confidence interval (CI) around a measure of effect size: you can either construct a CI around the noncentrality parameter of the corresponding noncentral ...
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How to calculate non centrality parameter?

Suppose $Y\sim N_p(\mu,\sigma^2I_p)$. Let $A$ be a symmetric idempotent matrix. I want to show $Y^{T}AY$ follows a chi-sq distribution with some non centrality parameter. Suppose $tr(A)=r(A)=k$. ...
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Histogram of noncentral chi-square variable shoots up when the number of histogram cells increases

Consider the random variable defined by: $$y=-8x+108$$ where $x$ follow a non-central chi-square distribution with 1 degree of freedom and a non-centrality parameter equal to 3.5, $x \sim \chi_{1}^{2}(...
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which random variable is a rescaled non-central $\chi^2$ random variable?

Probably simple question. Consider the Cox-Ingersoll-Ross model (1985) model for interest rates $$ dr = k(\theta - r)dt + \sigma \sqrt{r}dz $$ Then it is known in closed form the conditional pdf $f(r(...
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Is there a known generalization of the doubly noncentral t-distribution?

Given $p$-variate normal $X \sim \mathcal{N}\left(\mu,\Sigma\right)$, consider the random variable $$ t_* = \frac{X_1}{\sqrt{\sum_{2\le i \le p} X_i^2}}. $$ For some values of $\Sigma$, this ...
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Power Analysis with Noncentral F distribution

I'm looking to replicate a power analysis for binary data using an MRMC analysis (details found here). The data looks like this, where Score is a binary variable. ...
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How to calculate mean and variance of non central chi distribution of the problem?

If $Y = \sqrt{\sum_{i=1}^N X_i^2} $, where $X_i \sim \mathcal{N}(\mu,\sigma^2)$, i.e. all $X_i$ are i.i.d gaussian random variables of same mean and variance, then what is the resultant PDF of $Y$? ...
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Sum of non-central chi-square using Laguerre expansion

I moved this question from my answer on this link. From Castano-Martinez and Lopez-Blazquez(2005), They explained pdf of sum of noncentral Chi-square on equation 3.2, that is: $f(y)= \frac{e^{-\frac{...