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Why can't SSL handle tabular data?

Performance Analysis of Self-Supervised Strategies for Standard Genetic Programming 1 INTRODUCTION Self-supervised learning (SSL) methods have been widely used to train deep learning models for ...
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Is it possible to give a single Odds Ratio for two independent variables?

I have been asked by co-authors on a paper to fill in the Odds Ratios marked as (?) in a table like the one below. Country of origin Land A (Odds Ratio) Land B (Odds Ratio) Number of people who meet ...
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What's the relationship between this two-way hierarchical table and the stacked barchart?

I have the first impression the hierarchical two way table, it throws out the gasoline, it creates a new category called "other food at home" How to reconcile the numbers under Food at Home ...
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One-way Table vs Two-way Table. What’s the difference?

The following is the definition representative of the definitions if you google the difference between the one-way and two-way table: Sometimes we talk about data tables in terms of independent and ...
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Do's and don'ts when presenting data in tables [duplicate]

When presenting data under the form of a table, an error can be to omit mentioning the unit of measure, leading to possible misinterpretation. What are some other possible mistakes to avoid? ...
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Not fully understanding gaussian-laplace table

I have this exercise where is the answer. Using this annex(text at the top means tenths of the x), the value becomes . What I don't understand is how it becomes 2,58. Our first answer is 0,495, so I'...
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Estimate of original value in a table rounded at the nearest multiple of 5

Let's assume that there exist a table ("Table A") with several rows and columns. Each cell of the last column shows the sum of all values of the respective row, each cell of the last row the ...
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Standardize table identifiers/names and merge them efficiently

I hope this is the right place to ask the following question. I have N tables (N>1000). The rows (all, or some of them) of each table may (or may not) be merged with other rows in other tables, ...
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How to organize output table of grouped summary statics of multiple statistics across multiple variables?

Currently my output stems from the follow code: ...
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Graphic representation of averages

I have a series of averages. One of these however turns out to take too high a value due to a N. low equal to 1. Let me explain better by means of an example: I have to calculate the averages of the ...
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How to read the following table of data?

I have downloaded the following table from https://www.ons.gov.uk for car rental market. Does Turnover (£000s) mean the the values should be multiplied by 1000? I.e....
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Combining tables in R [closed]

I have multiple tables as the output of a regression analysis. Does anybody know how to combine these multiple tables with each other ? The tables are all the same, the only thing that changes is the ...
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How can I visualize decision tree leaves in tabular form effectively?

I have a decision tree from a classification model that is 6 levels deep and has about 30 different leaf nodes. In a table, I want to sort each leaf node by training probability, and capture ...
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Alternative Aggregation Method to Avoid Simpson's Paradox

The table below shows an example of Simpson's Paradox arising from some fictitious data for the success of operations performed by two doctors from the Simpsons TV show. Dr Hilbert Dr Nick Heart ...
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Bootstrapped bias corrected and accelerated 95% confidence intervals [duplicate]

I found an article and they described different characteristics in table without using common variability measures like SD, IQR, 25-75th precentile but Bootstrapped bias corrected and accelerated 95%...
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Studentized range table - reported paper value does not match table

I'm reading a paper on multiple comparisons (citation below). The paper reports (page 324, step 5) that we need to: "Find the percentage point of the studentized range (SR_n) corresponding to a ...
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How to efficiently present graph for this data

I have three variables. In the first table CPU value is fixed and similarly in the second. If I generate a graph for this data there will be four different graphs and then another four graphs if ...
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Why do complete ANOVA tables matter?

I'm trained as a mathematical statistician; my degree is technically "mathematics" but I study statistics. So let's consider classical, one-way ANOVA. Textbooks will teach that to perform ...
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Best solution for sports statistics [closed]

I have created a floorball sports statistics in excel. It works like this: I put in data from each match (mininal required data like who was present and who scored etc.) and then I have sheets which ...
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finding out distributions mathematically

we know that the larger the degree of freedom, the less likely extreme events will occur (e.g., if you throw fair coin once, odds of heads is 50%, if you throw twice, odds of two heads are 25% and so ...
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Test of significance for comparing counts of subjects across multiple groups

I have a fairly basic understanding of stats, but I generated a table for my PI with tests of significance (Fisher & Mann-Whitney-U) for categorical and continuous variables across 6 different ...
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Model summary tables for GLMMtmb [closed]

What package do people use to nicely visualize glmm model summaries? I tried huxtable::huxreg as explained here, but the documentation must be out of date because huxreg does not accept glmmTMB ...
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Calculating growth rate from a baseline of exactly zero

Say we have a series of month-on-month figures like the following, and we want to get the growth rate between the two periods: ...
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Data Visualization: Summary Statistics

I have 10,463 observations of crop yield data, however, they are subdivided into 6 crops (~2000 obs each). I am wondering if it is best to report a summary statistics table by crop (maybe 3 crops per ...
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How to represent this R data in a table?

I have performed a binomial test, Wilcoxon and Barnard test in a data set in R, but I want to present the results in a better way, for example on a table. It might sound silly, but I do not know which ...
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What percent of males in the sample own their own home?

I said it was (males who own a house) divided by total number of males: 132 / (132 + 50) which equals to 72.5% However, my professor seems to think it is the # of male who own the house divided by ...
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Presenting results from a regression with several lags of several independant variables

I have an OLS regression with several independent variables lagged several times. This means I have many coefficients and standard errors to present, making up a lot of rows in a table. A standard ...
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Interpreting results for interaction term continuous continuous and presenting them in tables

I have run a series of analyses aiming to explore the association between a clinical score (it is a scale that goes from 0 to 15) and selected study outcomes. It is an imbalanced individual level ...
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Is there a generalisation of Wilcoxcon paired sign-rank test to compare more than two connected samples?

I have a table where columns denote customer, row-supplier, cell- total amount of items, sold by supplier to customer. I have a zero hypothesis(H0) about random choise of customers and H1 hypothesis(...
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Ambiguity about the confusion table: is it simply a calculation error or a technical consideration?

This table is the one from the paper entitled as: S. Wu, T. H. Falk, W. Y. Chan, ``Automatic speech emotion recognition using modulation spectral features", Speech Communication, vol. 53, no. 5, pp. ...
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Does this table structure have an specific name?

I'd like to know if this table structure has a particular name. How can I determine the tendency for 2017-09?
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What do you do if your degrees of freedom goes past the end of your tables?

The degrees of freedom in my F table don't go up high enough for my big sample. For example, if I have an F with 5 and 6744 degrees of freedom, how do I find the 5% critical value for an ANOVA? What ...
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Beta Coefficient range?

Is there a table of range for beta coefficients used in multiple linear regression that we can use to interpret if influence is strong, very strong, weak or very weak.
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Calculate p-value for a negative z

I'm trying to do a hypothesis testing and the result I'm getting is strange because the p value I get is greater than 1. I'm using $p_0= 0.65$ and $\hat{p} = 0.60$. To calculate $Z$ I'm using $(0.60-...
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How to choose critical F value from statistical tables when the df is large? [duplicate]

For an F(2, 237) distribution, how should I determine a critical F value from a statistical table? Would I look up (2, 150) or (2, 300)? Should it simply be the closest degrees of freedom?
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Question about some of Sir Francis Galton's table in his book

n Sir Francis Galton's book, "Natural Inheritance" (found here) in particular table 12 and 13 on page 209 & pg 210 I noticed that the assumed values for the 'above' and 'below' column ...
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How to convert a graph into a table [duplicate]

I have seen lots of examples of how to create a table in R from a data.frame, but my question is how can I create a table from a ...
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Who created the first standard normal table?

I'm about to introduce the standard normal table in my introductory statistics class, and that got me wondering: who created the first standard normal table? How did they do it before computers came ...
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Statistical tables in old books purposefully wrong?

I remember having read a while ago that in old (pre-computer days) books, the last digits of the theoretical quantiles shown in the appendices were inaccurate in order to discourage plagiarism (the ...
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is it preferable to use one table for all data or store each case individually? [closed]

For example, I have file with data on 3 cars, 3 boats, 3 motorcycles: ...
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How to get column-wise frequencies in R? [closed]

Let's suppose I have the following matrix: some_matrix <- matrix(c(2,2,2,1,3,1,3,1,3),nrow=3,ncol=3) I am trying to get the frequencies of the values 1,2 and ...
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How to report large number of p.values in a table?

I have been comparing 13 groups to one another to assess significant differences. The simplest method of writing this up was a table, and there are numerous significant and non-significant results, ...
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How to determine how many variables and what kind of variables a table of data has?

Here's an example regarding what I'm lost on. In the past I've just found myself counting columns to determine how many variables a table has, but I've realized that's totally insufficient. For ...
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One-mode network (data transformation)

I'm looking for a solution to perform network analysis among my data set. My database is shaped like this : Table 1 : ...
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How to display potential outage when usage fluctuates greatly among customers?

I work for a Health Information Exchange. We have numerous "participants". Some send hundreds of messages a day, some might go a day or two without sending any messages. I'm creating a daily report ...
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How could i use r to add data to a table? [closed]

I am looking for an approach. We have a historical table with the consumption per week of a list of items (19.000 item). We want to predict the consumption for the next n weeks. We are thinking on ...
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How can market share increase despite falling in each market segment?

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Critical value for Wilcoxon one-sample signed-rank test in R

I am trying to find the critical value for the Wilcoxon one-sample signed-rank test. Currently, I can find the value using tables. I looked at qwilcox() in R, but ...
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Reporting Results of Mann-Whitney U Test - Means vs Medians

I had a question yesterday that I got a bunch of great responses on. I have, hopefully, a quicker question here. There is a debate in the literature regarding reporting means vs medians in a ...
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how to report p-values from t-test and ks test in the same table for publication?

I want to show in a table that two samples are different in a number of attributes (or not different). I want to report the mean, st.err. and the stars at conventional values of p-value from a t-test ...
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