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If we fail to reject the null hypothesis in a large study, isn't it evidence for the null?

17 votes

Why do we need so many dummy variables in a regression with categorical predictor? Why not use binary encoding instead of one-hot encoding?

13 votes

Dimension reduction using space filling curve to avoid "Curse of dimensionality"?

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Why CNN is suitable for time-series data?

9 votes

Will synthetic data (e.g. from a generative model) produce valid statistical inference?

7 votes

Can predictive models make predictions for individuals or only for groups?

6 votes

What should it mean when someone says: "There's a $70$% chance of something happening

5 votes

Should we center original data if we want to get principal component?

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What does 'km' transform in cox.zph function mean?

5 votes

What is the statistics term for exact value that occurs in otherwise continous distribution?

4 votes

Copula to ensure one team wins and the other loses (Bernoulli margins)

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Logistic regression: restrict the prediction range

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How to interpret GLM without intercept?

3 votes

Handling opposite correlations at different time resolutions

3 votes

Should I sub-sample very large datasets to run the Kolmogorov-Smirnov (KS) test?

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Which parametric family could describe these asymmetric copulas?

3 votes

Identifying confounders in multiple linear regression

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Fitting discrete data to continuous distributions

2 votes

Copulas with tail dependence only when correlation non-zero?

1 vote

Fitting a multivariate T Copula to three variables in R

1 vote

finding sparse regions in time series data

1 vote

Is this actually correlation?

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Why Specifically Use Poisson Regression For Count Data?

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Regressing a difference of ordinal variables?

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E(log(x)) to E(x)

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To a Bayesian, does a trick coin with two heads have 50% chance of flipping heads if they don't know that it has two heads?