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# Questions tagged [statistics]

The study of collection, organization, analysis, and interpretation of data.

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### Unable to decipher the error in Anderson-Darling estimation code in R

I just ran the code in R, which estimates some parameters using Anderson-Darling estimation method. The code is given in the appendix of the Habib-Khalil paper. ...
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### SciPy ODR "Ordinary" Least Squares?

Scipy.odr has a setting for "fit types", including one for ordinary least-squares. This matches with the documentation of ODRPACK (see p. 31, Computational method). However, the package ...
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### Parameter explained by many distributions

If we had, for example, labeled data, where for each entry (label) we have several data distributions associated to it, how can I get something meaningful from them? Is this a solvable problem? Is ...
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### Generating Rvs for a given PDf in python

Two random variables $X$ and $Y$ are distributed according to \begin{align} f_{XY}(x,y)= \begin{cases} x+y & 0\leq x \leq 1, 0\leq y \leq 1 \\ 0 & otherwise \end{cases} \end{align} I ...
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### How are the outcomes that generated from different predictive models combined to get more accurate predictions?

The simple average is commonly used to combine the predictions out of different predictive models. Apart form the simple average, what are the other methods that can be used for combining the ...
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### Is resampling more accurate than block average for statistical analysis of data?

I'm working in laboratories where molecular dynamics data are almost always analysed usign block average as stated in the famous Allen and Tildesley book. We divide the datas in blocks of size $M$ on ...
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### Generating Random Numbers in Fortran for Metropolis method

I am having a really hard time getting any kind of reliable / consistent result from my Metropolis code. I have torn it apart and am now examining just the randomness in my random number generator. I ...
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### Force a line through the origin

What does it mean: to force a line through the origin? I interpret this to be making (forcing) the intercept as (0,0) in the regression procedure of an x-y scatterplot, but am not sure.
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