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### How to convert a normal random variable to a truncated normal distribution? [duplicate]

Is it possible to transform a normally distributed variable into one that defined by a truncated normal distribution? I am currently using a KL transform to generate Gaussian random fields. I would ...
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### How can I fix the residual plot though transformation

What transformation can I use to fix this residual plot (make the red line horizontal). I tried square root, log, 1/y, and squared. None of them helped. The data is of a 2 way ANOVA: Response ...
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### How to transform an interaction plot toward additivity

Draw an interaction plot that when $x^2$ transformed may help move the model towards additivity. I know that an additive model has no interaction, so the squared transformation should result in the ...
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### Distribution of i.i.d. random variables $X$ and $Y$ if $XY \sim \text{Beta}(\alpha, \beta)$

This is a follow-up to the question Square root of a Beta(1,1) random variable, which received two great answers. If $XY \sim \text{Beta}(\alpha, \beta)$, and $X$ and $Y$ are two independent ...
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### Square root of a Beta(1,1) random variable

If $X^2 \sim \text{Beta}(1,1)$, is there a closed form for the distribution of $X$? If yes, what does it look like? And if this is not too much to ask, is there a general way to find the distribution ...
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### Can I transform percentage data using just the square root?

I have a data set with the number of larvae (out of 100) that have metamorphosed after 0,1,2, and 5 days. I want to perform a repetitive ANOVA on the results but they are not normally distributed. I'...
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### Laplace-Stieltjes Transforms and distribution

I was going through a paper, I came across below relation, \begin{equation} T=\begin{cases} C, & \text{with probability $P(H<C)$}\\ 0, & \text{with probability $P(H>C)$} \...
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### Is the copula function invariant only under deterministic monotonic transformation?

I read about the following theorem (see Proposition 3 in the picture below) on the invariance of copula under monotonic transformation, my questions is: 1. Are the $T_i$ mentioned in the following ...
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### Why is the mean of the natural log of a uniform distribution (between 0 and 1) different from the natural log of 0.5?

For a uniformly distributed variable between 0 and 1 generated using rand(1,10000) this returns 10,000 random numbers between 0 and 1. If you take the mean, it ...
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### Can ADVI (Variational Inference) Induce Weak Multi Modality in a system with Uniform Priors, if a Gaussian Variational Family is Used

Question Set Up If I have a weakly multi modal (see below in the edit) target posterior distribution which I am aiming to approximate using ADVI (Automatic Differentiation Variational Inference) with ...
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### Transformation of Uniform Distribution to Real Number Line in ADVI

In the Automatic Differentiation Variational Inference (ADVI) paper, the authors claim to solve the VI problem in a transformed parameter space, which is over $\mathbb{R}$, in order to simplify the ...
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### How can I generate 2 sets of variables from different distributions with a correlation between them in r? [duplicate]

I am working in R and would like to generate 40 numbers from $\mathrm{N}(0,1)$ and another 40 from $\mathrm{Uniform}(0,2)$ with a negative correlation (for example: $r = -0.45$) between them. The ...
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### How to interpret hourly rate data given in one miniute intervals

I have time series data on natural gas flow, which is in units of "tonnes/hour". But the data are given in one minute intervals (each row represents a single minute of time duration). Here is a sample:...
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### What does 'km' transform in cox.zph function mean?

I'm trying to understand how cox.zph function in r programming language works and I find myself not knowing what km transform ...
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### Techniques to apply Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) to denoise and predict time series

I just started playing with wavelets and have been using this library (https://github.com/rafat/wavelib) to further my understanding and see if 'denoising' the series at all possible levels is ...
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### How does the inverse transform method work in discrete r.v.?

In this question How does the inverse transform method work? it's mentioned the general procedure to generate r.v. U <- runif(1e6) X <- qnorm(U) X How ...
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### In OLS, while using log-log and linear-log transforamtions, is valid to transform some regressors only?

In OLS I was wondering if it is valid to log-transform some regressors only. Specifically, continuous regressors, because it is advised not to transform binary or categorical variables. For instance, ...