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a regression technique from econometrics used in instrumental variables analysis.
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used in problems when the likelihood function is intractable by producing datasets that are sufficiently similar to the observed dataset
a synonym for incidence. This is a "measure of the rate at which people without a disease develop it during a specific period of time"
A/B testing, also known as split or bucket testing, is a controlled comparison of the effectiveness of variants of a website, email, or other commercial product.
The community pursuing research, education or scholarship, typically although not universally in universities.
for accept-reject sampling methods. These are also known as rejection sampling methods. These methods sample a random variable from a dominating measure (h) and accepts the draw if an aux…
the degree of closeness of the estimates to the true value. For a classifier, accuracy is the proportion of correct classifications. (This second usage is not good practice…
The AutoCorrelation Function and Partial AutoCorrelation Function pertain to the correlation of a time series with itself at different lags. They are used to detect non-independence & suggest p, d, q …
a setting where an automated learning system can request labels from an external source, perhaps a human user or a real-world experiment. It is used to try to learn good models whil…
Questions relating to financial risk; often, but not limited to, insurance. This includes questions regarding stochastic distribution of cash flows, probability of ruin, financial payments above a thr…
A popular boosting algorithm (short for "adaptive boosting"). Boosting combines weakly predictive models into a strongly predictive model.
AdaGrad (for adaptive gradient algorithm) is an enhanced stochastic gradient descent algorithm that automatically determines a per-parameter learning rate.
An adaptive algorithm for gradient-based optimization of stochastic objective functions, often used to train deep neural networks.
Refers to "lumping together" potentially inhomogeneous groups of data.
the degree to which two raters, instruments, etc, give the same value when applied to the same object. Special statistical methods have been designed for this task.
AIC stands for the Akaike Information Criterion, which is one technique used to select the best model from a class of models using a penalized likelihood. A smaller AIC implies a better model.
Use for questions relating to algebraic statistics, the branch of statistical theory concerned with methods from abstract algebra, especially algebraic geometry and commutative algebra. This tag is no…
An unambiguous list of computational steps involved in finding a solution to a class of problems.
For questions dealing with the applied analysis of a specific dataset or design of experiment. Posts tagged analysis are requesting statistical consulting assistance from the network. Questions tagged…