After reading Blog About Stats' Open Data Index Blog Post I decided to browse a bit in the Open Data Index. Choosing Netherlands and following Emission of Pollutants I ended on a page from National Institute for Public Health. The page&n...

Last week I looked at two-way cross-over studies and followed the example of Schütz (http://bebac.at/) in the analysis. Since the EU has its on opinions (Questions & Answers: Positions on specific questions addressed to the pharmacokinetics working party) and two example data sets, I was wondering how the various computations compared.Data There...

I ran into this presentation on Statistical aspects of two-way cross-over studies by Ing. Helmut Schütz (http://bebac.at). He presented some code and referred to the bear package. The bear package is menu driven, which is not my thing. I had to try and do that in R via other packages. The aim is to estimate if the...

Based on some comments I am looking at using symmetry to obtain Williams style designs. Symmetry allows reduction of the number of combinations examined hence faster calculation times. Two avenues are examined. Both work for a low number of treatments....

Those are Williams designs you might say, but it has become clear to me that Williams designs are just a subset of all carry-over balanced designs. Not through hard work of mine, comments by Apn on my previous post Creating Williams designs with e...

The last couple of days I read a number of times about stabilization in house prices which had been dropping due to the crisis. And you get hit by numbers such as change against Q2 2013 or Q3 2012. These are accompanied by reasons why this or that quarter may be special so changes may be off. To be...

Reddit has a subreddit Guns are cool which in turn contains the MASS SHOOTINGS IN 2013 page. I pulled those data to see if there was anything of interest to plot or examine. I ended with modelling the frequency of shootings (once a day, Poisson distribution), and number of victims per shootings, a mixture of distributions, 2% of shootings...

Continuing from random coefficients part 1, it is time for the second part. To quote the SAS/STAT manual 'a random coefficients model with error terms that follow a nested structure'. The additional random variable is monthc, which is a factor con...

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