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  • Statistics

    2018-03-10 22:22:19
    Statistics
  • Bayesian statistics

    2018-09-28 09:43:47
    is the case with measurement and statistics. However, this does not necessarily have to be the case, and we believe that the Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics will show you why.
  • useful statistics

    2020-11-27 14:12:51
    - there are statistics per worker: number of failed connections in the last X minutes (or since the last statistics query?) - make a command line dashboard with blessed? ...
  • I really would like to get the weight-average statistics back in v2.x. Comparing weight-per-week to weight-per-month was on of the best features in v1.x, now I have two (at least for me) unreadable ...
  • Refactor statistics

    2021-01-07 07:34:09
    <div><p>I made a new controller to handle statistics. The old statistics have been moved in that controller and a new action has been added to display idle feeds. I also added a menu in the left panel...
  • glTF Statistics

    2021-01-01 08:37:01
    <div><ul><li>Merges the <a href="https://github.com/AnalyticalGraphicsInc/gltf-statistics">gltf-statistics</a> repository.</li><li>Currently, the <code>--stats</code> option is used to print the ...
  • Mathematical Statistics

    2016-01-17 02:21:20
    Mathematical Statistics 7th Ed wackerly
  • Bayesian Statistics

    2018-01-01 11:34:05
    Bayesian Statistics ,关于贝叶斯网络的重要书籍,经典之作,可供参考;University Press Scholarship Online Oxford Scholarship Online
  • <p>The proof (as a test) and the fix is already in my branch: <a href="https://github.com/ArtyomBaranovskiy/mathnet-numerics/tree/statistics-kurtosis">statistics-kurtosis</a></p> <p>Also there is a ...
  • netflix-statistics

    2018-07-27 15:06:45
    netflix-statistics netflix-statistics netflix-statistics jar包
  • Probability and Statistics

    2019-09-08 11:20:44
    Probability and Statistics
  • Introductory Statistics

    2018-03-20 14:52:37
    2.Descriptive Statistics 3.Probability Topics 4.Discrete Random Variables 5.Continuous Random Variables 6.The Normal Distribution 7.The Central Limit Theorem 8.Confidence Intervals 9.Hypothesis ...
  • statistics callback

    2021-01-12 03:57:21
    Basically, I want to gather internal statistics from inside my own apps, and then augment it with the librdkafka statistics. <p>Is it safe to call other rdkafka methods from the statistics (aka log) ...
  • Statistics improvements

    2020-12-27 20:58:37
    Fixes the loss statistics and implements additional stream statistics. <p>Note that because the split into commits was done after the code was written the code may not even compile at each commit. ...
  • Asymptotic Statistics

    热门讨论 2012-10-30 16:23:55
    Asymptotic Statistics
  • Statistics.rar

    2020-07-03 23:39:58
    腾讯视频经常弹出,Windows 找不到 'xxxx\qqlive\Statistics.exe'。请确定文件名是否正确后,再重试一次。很讨厌,这个vc++源码解决这个问题。将编译好的Release目录下的 Statistics.exe放到腾讯视频目录下覆盖!
  • <div><p>Here is a brief list of statistics we'd like to include on the first pass of the Statistics page. Each of these statistics should be able to be graphed over a period of time (week, month, ...
  • <div><p>Signed-off-by: lhy1024 ...<p>statistics: reformat code in hot statistics <h3>Check List <p>Tests <ul><li>Unit test</li></ul> <h3>Release note 该提问来源于开源项目:tikv/pd</p></div>
  • <div><p><a href="https://github.com/aces/Loris/blob/minor/modules/statistics/test/TestPlan.md">TestPlan</a> <code>2. Try clicking on all the tabs. Do they appear to be working?</code></p> <p>Problem:...
  • Statistics for people who (think they) hate statistics_ Using Microsoft Excel 2016 Neil J. Salkind SAGE Publications (2017)
  • <div><p>They were still routable from /publications, as well as /statistics, which is bad. Serve them from one authoritative place, and support any use of old style with redirects <p>Removes a couple ...
  • <div><p>This will redirect two finders (stats and stats announcements) to the new Research and Statistics finder. The params will be preserved. This will only impact the English locale. At a later ...
  • Inferential Statistics refers to methods that rely on probability theory and distributions in particular to predict population values based on sample data. In statistics when we use the term distribu....
    1. Inferential Statistics refers to methods that rely on probability theory and distributions in particular to predict population values based on sample data.
    2. In statistics when we use the term distribution we usually mean a probability distribution. The normal distribution, Binomial distribution and uniform distribution.
    3. Distribution: it is a function that shows the possible values for a variable and how often they occur. A distribution is defined by the underlying probability and not the graph. A distribution is not a graph itself. The graph is just a visual representation.
    4. Discrete uniform distribution: all outcomes have an equal chance of occurring. Each probability distribution has a visual representation.
    5. They approximate a wide variety of random variables. Distribution of sample means with large enough. Sample sizes could be approximated to normal. All computable statistics are elegant. Decisions based on normal distribution insites have a good track record.
    6. Normal distribution: Controlling for the mean. Standard deviation fixed or in statistical jargon controlling for the standard deviation. A low mean would result in the same shape of the distribution. But on the left side of the plane. A bigger mean would move the graph to the right.
    7. Every distribution can be standardized say the mean and the variance of a variable are MU and sigma squared respectively.
    8. Standardization is the process of transforming this variable to one with a mean zero and a standard deviation of one.
    9. Logically a normal distribution can also be standardized. The reslut is called a standard normal distribution.
    10. The standardized variable is called the Z score and is equal to the original variable minus its mean divided by its standard deviation.
    11. Adding and subtracting values to all data points does not change the standard deviation.
    12. Taking a single value, as we did in descriptive statistics is definitely suboptimal.
    13. The sampling distribution of the mean will approximate a normal distribution. No matter the understanding distribution, the sampling distribution approximates a normal. Not only that but its mean is the same as the population mean.
    14. Variance is depend on the size of the samples. It is the population variance divided by the sample size since the sample size is in the denominator. The bigger the sample size, the lower the variance. In other words, the closer the approximation we get.
    15. CLT allows us to perform tests, solve problem tests, solve problems and make inferences using the Normal distribution, even when the population is not normally distributed.
    16. Standard error is the standard deviation of the distribution formed by the sample means. In other words, the standard deviation of the sampling distribution. It shows the variability. The standard error is used for almost all statistical tests because it shows how well you approximated the true mean.
    17. The standared deviation is Sigma divided by the square root of n.
    18. Estimate: it is an approximation depending solely on sambil information a specific value. There are two types of estimates. Point estimates and confidence intervals estimates.
    19. A point estimates is a single number. While a confidence interval naturally is an interval. The two are closely related.
    20. In fact, the point estimate is located exactly in the middle of the confidence interval. However, confidence intervals provide much more information and are preferred when making inferences.
    21. Estimators are like judges. We are always looking for the most efficient unbiassed estimators and unbiased estimator has an expected value equal to the population parameter.
    22. unbiased estimator: expected value = population parameter.
    23. Efficient means the unbiased estimator with the smallest variance.
    24. The word statistic is the broader term. A point estimate is a statistic.
    25. A point estimate is a single number given by an estimator. The estimator in this case is a point estimator and is the formula for the mean.
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  • Discovering Statistics using IBM SPSS Statistics [EPUB] [DS101]
  • Head First Statistics

    2018-10-15 12:59:40
    Head First Statistics - Dawn Griffiths One of the head first series
  • high dimensional statistics

    2019-01-23 17:48:55
    notes of high-dimensional statistics, including sub-gaussian random variables, etc.
  • <p>Adds some other statistics to the Raster Zonal Statistics Processing algorithm (median, majority and stdev). Fix #40655 <p>Full credits to <p>in the issue you mentioned that some calculation ...

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