The previous post outlined the general strategy of writing a MH within Gibbs sampler by breaking the code into two levels: a high level shell and a series of lower-level samplers which do the actual work. This post discusses the … Continue reading →

Introduction Continuing my recent series on exploratory data analysis (EDA), and following up on the last post on the conceptual foundations of empirical cumulative distribution functions (CDFs), this post shows how to plot them in R. (Previous posts in this series on EDA include descriptive statistics, box plots, kernel density estimation, and violin plots.) I

Introduction Continuing my recent series on exploratory data analysis (EDA), this post focuses on the conceptual foundations of empirical cumulative distribution functions (CDFs); in a separate post, I will show how to plot them in R. (Previous posts in this series include descriptive statistics, box plots, kernel density estimation, and violin plots.) To give you

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