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Questions tagged [pooling]

Pooling, eg for variance, is used when several groups or populations are assumed to have a common property (a common parameter value) and the information from all the groups or populations are used together to estimate that common property.

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Combining point prevalence estimates and their confidence intervals

I have some health survey data from multiple years. This includes the estimated prevalence of a flu vaccination in a population, then number of people surveyed, and the high/low confidence intervals. ...
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Dynamic Pooled OLS: does it make sense?

I have data on 25 countries for about 35 years. I want to estimate a POLS as I am not looking for a causal interpretation but just sttistical correlation between two phenomena. That's why I will not ...
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1D CNN for time series regression without pooling layers?

I am working on a prognostics task, where I predict the Remaining Useful Life of some equipment (i.e.: time steps remaining until failure). In order to do that, I use multivariate time series sensor ...
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Difference between pooled variance equations

I'm currently doing A-level Further Maths A2. I've seen two different equations to calculate the estimate of pooled variance. I do not know when to use which and what makes each significantly ...
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Simple mean or weighted mean of Fisher z-transformed correlation coefficients

I need to perform the average of a set of correlation coefficients $\rho_i$ with $i=1,\ldots,m$. I follow the standard prescription: apply the Fisher z-transformation to my $\rho_i$ ($z_i$ are the z-...
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Panel Data: correlation between individual effects and variables

Is it possible to see if there is a correlation between any variable and the individual effects just by looking at the coefficients and standard-errors of an OLS, RE and FE functions?
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Why do we neglect the additive interaction in bi-linear pooling?

In bilinear pooling we use the multiplicative interaction between elements of the vector but what about the additive interaction(the usual feed-forward layer)? I mean in bilinear pooling, we don't ...
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bias estimating the proportion in pooled population

Assuming we want to estimate the proportion of success and there are two stages. We will move to stage 2 only when the number of success is greater than equal to a threshold (say 5) in stage 1. And we ...
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pooled GEV return level estimation

Let’s suppose I have 4 AMAX time series of 40 years each one, they could be eg wind speeds from 4 meteorological stations in a given region. The time series have been normalised. I want to fit a GEV ...
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Single imputation to multiple imputation: Can this be done properly with 'missForest' package?

I am currently working on devising a proper multiple imputation scheme utilizing the missForest package in R (see https://academic.oup.com/bioinformatics/article/28/...
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Pooled regression vs. average over individual time series models

I have a standard prediction problem in social science where the data set is a pooled data set (i.e., time series of cross sections where each sample can differ and is de-trended, $y_{t+1} = \beta X_t ...
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What are the advantages of a random effects model versus a pooled OLS regression with cluster–robust standard errors?

Both models allow for explanatory variables that are time-invariant. I had thought that the advantage of a random effects model might be related to the fact that random effects models mitigate ...
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pooled cross-section and repeated cross-section

guys I am very confusing about whether pooled cross-section and repeated cross-section are the same thing? If they are not, what is the difference between them? Could anyone answer me, please?
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what is the standard error for hypothesis testing of two proportions using a z-test?

Let's say we are evaluating two algorithms. Algorithm 1 gets p1 = 80% conversion Algorithm 2 gets p2 = 85% conversion The two sample sizes are ...
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Test for Homoskedasticity and endogeneity in Panel data with Pooled OLS estimation

Which tests are valid to test for: 1) Homoskedasticity 2) Endogeneity in a Pooled OLS model built on Panel data?
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When to pool the sums of squares in an ANOVA model

I had used a two way ANOVA (with interaction) For EDA, the plot of means suggested an interaction between main effects However, the null hypothesis of an interaction between the main effects was not ...
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Pooled standard error of an estimate that is the product of combined estimates

I have two independent mean estimates (with SE and sample size) that I want to multiply to create a combined estimate. I'm having trouble interpreting what to use for sample size in the combined ...
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Multiple imputation: How to obtain a consolidated data set from the m imputed data set

Sometimes it is necessary to compare results in contingency tables of the original data (without missings) with a single final dataset obtained from the m imputed datasets, but taking into account the ...
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Pooled standard deviation with single observation in one group

I'm calculating grand mean and pooled standard deviation across students course passing (binary 0=failed, 1=passed). My data set has 70 students, with observations ranging from 1 to 29 per student. In ...
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Pooling homogenous studies vs. using meta-analysis/bayesian

I am working with a student who has collected about 300 participants for his thesis. After collecting 100 participants, he analyzed the data. I had just recently read of a "mini-meta-analysis" ...
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Pooling Results from Bootstrapped Samples (Adjusted R-square and variable significance)

My manager is interested in using Adjusted r-squared to evaluate models and want to know how much does each predictor contribute to the adjusted r-squared to the final model. However, due to an ...
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How to combine observational studies

I am trying to show the releationship between a drug and an outcome in a particular setting. Using a systematic review, I have found 18 studies addressing this topic. Among those, the highest quality ...
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Predicting elastic-net values with glmnet after multiple imputation - problem with pooling

I'm having a problem to predict values after I ran elastic net with multiple imputation with MICE. After I run MICE imputation, I have m imputed data sets. I then run an elastic net model on each one ...
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Connection between time dummies and time fixed effects

If i use time dummies in a OLS pooled regression, does it imply time fixed effects? Maybe to clear things up: 1)There is a pooled time -series-cross-section regression, the equation uses time ...
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Proof to obtain pooled variance equation [closed]

I was checking the definition of pooled variance, and although I think it makes sense intuitively, I was wondering how can one obtain that estimator. For the case of only one group, I understand the ...
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Correlation with data that show an effect of the factor that they are being pooled across

I am analyzing concentrations of a chemical in a plant species and am interested in understanding how the concentrations vary between tissues and across sites. An ...
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Short Sentence Generation using CNNs

I am investigating whether building a classifier for sentence classification using CNN can be used for sentence generation. Say, we are classifying news articles' titles (classes such as sports, ...
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Asymptotic Variance for Pooled OLS

I am trying to prove, under the assumption $E[u_t^2x_t^Tx_t]=\underbrace{E[u_t^2]}_{\sigma^2}E[x_t^Tx_t]$, that the $$AVar[\beta_{POLS}]=\sigma^2 E[x_t^Tx_t]^{-1}$$ My result: $$\begin{eqnarray}AVar[...
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Is it valid to use the pooled proportion when testing nonzero proportion difference between populations?

Suppose that $p_1$ and $p_2$ are the respective proportions of members of two independent populations having some characteristic. In my notes, it is written that to test the hypothesis $H_0: p_1 - p_2 ...
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elite survey, pooling data without sufficient info to form a panel

i am working with a political candidate study which surveyed all candidates running at an election. I got two consecutive waves, or in other words, data for two elections. The response rates are about ...
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methods for computing pooled covariance

Assume I have N1 samples from group A and N2 samples from group B. Each sample contains some measurements and I would like to compute the pooled covariance between the measurements. (As an example, ...
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Strided convolution vs no-padding convolution for downsampling?

I see a lot of posts comparing pooling vs strided convolution (stride > 1) for downsampling in a Convolutional Neural Network. But I never seem to find the other obvious way of downsampling, which is ...
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Pooled variance for post hoc tests for contingency table $\chi^{2}$ tests

The 2-by-2 contingency table test provides an alternate hypothesis testing approach to the $z$ test for proportion difference. Conveniently enough, a 2-by-k contingency table test provides an omnibus ...
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Why global average pooling is able to work correctly?

In Network in Newtork, section 3.2, talks about global average pooling (GAP). In my understanding, GAP averages every value of (x,y) coordinate in 1 feature map into 1 value, then send this value to ...
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how to get pooled p value after multiple imputation using amelia or mice and cox model?

I try to get pooled p value after multiple imputation using amelia or mice packages with a cox model. I try with the script posted by crsh in october 2013 using amelia and zelig packages but coxph is ...
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Meta-Analyzing Dependent Effect Sizes (Log Response Ratios)--Is Averaging Effects An Acceptable Solution?

Given k studies, for each computing a log response ratio $L$ and variance $v$ following the Hegdes et al., 1999 equations: $$L = ln(R) = ln(\bar{X}_{E})- ln(\bar{X}_{C})$$ $$v = \frac{(SD_{E})^2}{n_{...
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Formula for pooling means, variances

We are performing an inter-comparison experiment for three devices that can measure concentration (cells/mL). We take one solution and run it through each device, and we compute mean concentration and ...
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When is it appropriate to pool trials within subjects for statistical comparisons?

Usually I have small number of subjects (e.g., 4-6 rodents) and I record electrophysiological activity during presentation of a stimulus or performance of a task. A general question that arises when ...
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Is it possible for a global attention pooling layer to have “channels”?

I'm trying to implement a neural model described in a paper, and I've encountered the following sentences: Due to smaller sizes no pooling is used in the encoder except for global pooling, for ...
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Pool analysis or meta analysis for one arm studies

I am new to pooled analysis. Currently I received results of several observational studies. Each study is a clinical trial on patients who have the same disease of interest. In each study, all ...
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Pooling Maximum Likelihood of two logits

I have a question concerning two logit models that I performed on a data set. For my thesis I distributed a survey among 350 respondents about their mobile telephone subscription with questions about ...
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Population variance estimator of samples with unequal variances

Pooled variance is a higher precision estimator of population variance (within) than sample variances, assuming equal sample variances! Q >> What would be an appropriate estimator of population ...
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SGD learning in CNN gets stuck when using a max pooling layer (x-post from DataScience) [closed]

I'm working on a CNN library for a university project and I'm having some trouble implementing the backpropagation through the max pooling layer. Please note that the whole thing was built from ...
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How can I pool correlations?

I'm measuring a phenomenon over several days. On any particular day, the phenomenon is well correlated. I was wondering how I could pool the correlations over several days to get a single estimate ...
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Neural Networks: Can I mix Pooling Layers with Deconvolution Layer?

It is just a general question: Can I use a pooling layer after https://www.tensorflow.org/api_docs/python/tf/nn/conv2d_transpose? Does the learning speed up?
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Pooled variance of correlated samples

I got two samples originating from the following multivariate $$ (X_1, X_2) \sim \mathcal{N}\left(0, \left[ \begin{matrix} \sigma^2 & \rho\sigma^2 \\ \rho\sigma^2 & \sigma^2 \end{matrix} \...
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How to calculate confidence interval for main and interaction effects? (2^3 factorial design with no replicates)

I have a three-factor (1, 2, 3), two-level (-, +) factorial design shown below (contrast coefficients for interaction effects and response parameters shown here as well). The overall goal is to ...
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The regression coefficient on x is negative for each individual category, but positive for the pooled analysis

I am trying to predict the likelihood of government intervention in the price of certain crops based on some parameter x. When I run this for individual crops, the coefficient on x is negative for ...
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What does pooled variance “actually” mean?

I am a noob in statistics, so could you guys please help me out here. My question is the following: What does pooled variance actually mean? When I look for a formula for pooled variance in the ...