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This question is better suited for Cross Validated, but the answers are pretty straightforward: 1. What does this warning message mean? From the arguments in interact_plot() it looks like you're using jtools. The jtools::interact_plot documentation notes that the modxvals argument can be used to specify the range of moderator values. If modxvals is left to ...


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Comments: By including the 'torch' you have moved from a two-dimensional table to a three=dimensional table, so for a table in a report you need to think how to handle the third dimension on a flat page. One Possibility is shown below. (The exact configuration may depend on whether totals need to be shown and whether effects are strictly additive.) ...


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They do not represent the same action. The binomial distribution with parameters n and p gives you the number of successes in n independent trials, each with a probability of success p. If I understood your examples correctly, in your first example, there are 10 trials each with p=1/256; let random variable X~Bin(n=10,p=1/256); X will take on only 11 values {...


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Your plot is already useful. A different visualization would be a kind of a seasonplot (see here for more inspiration) showing the durations of outages against the hour of day. In such a plot, we can see a few days where outages bunched together (as in your plot), and in addition, we also see when in the day they occur: those at the beginning of November ...


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