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What does "Scientists rise up against statistical significance" mean? (Comment in Nature)

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Performing a statistical test after visualizing data - data dredging?

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Is exploratory data analysis important when doing purely predictive modeling?

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Removing duplicates before train test split

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Can you add polynomial terms to multiple linear regression?

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Are there theoretical reasons for choosing between similar distributions?

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Intersections of chemistry and statistics

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Will log transformation always mitigate heteroskedasticity?

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Why feature transformation is needed in machine learning & statistics? Doesn't it affect the "interaction" between features?

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Gradient descent with no analytical function f(x)

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Training error in Deep Neural Network decreases after being stable for several epochs

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What's a real-world example of "overfitting"?

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Predicting house pricing using MLR

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A question about Histogram-to-distribution transformation

1 vote

Population or Sample Standard Deviation?

1 vote

Completely different inputs to a neural network

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Transform Heavy right tailed data

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"maximizing" logistic regression

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Does number of people participating in a draw affect one's chances?

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Modification of Sigmoid function

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data set 'bootstrapping'. Is there a name for this?

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Visual fitting of tails of density plots on log scale (R)

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How do I know what proportion of data to take for testing in deep learning?

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Understanding the effect of hyperparameters in machine learning experiments

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Interpreting coefficient in GLM with categorical explanatory variables

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Does the random sample from the population always have the same distribution as the population?

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Logarithmic binning and log-normal distribution

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Log-normal density function using rlnorm() in R