Posts Tagged ‘ rnorm ’

Example 8.34: lack of robustness of t test with small n

April 12, 2011
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Example 8.34: lack of robustness of t test with small n

Tim Hesterberg has effectively argued for a larger role for resampling based inference in introductory statistics courses (and statistical practice more generally). While the Central Limit Theorem is a glorious result, and the Student t-test remarkabl...

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Kendall Rank Coefficient by GPU

December 7, 2010
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Kendall Rank Coefficient by GPU

The correlation coefficient is a measurement of correlation between two random variables. While its computation is straightforward, it is not readily applicable to non-parametric statistics. read more

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R Web Application – “Hello World” using RApache (~7min video tutorial)

February 16, 2010
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I just noticed a google buzz from Jeroen ooms, with a Youtube video titled “RApache Hello World + POST arguments + catching errors.” In this ~7 min video tutorial, Jeroen shares with us: How to write ”Hello World” in a website using RApache. How to extract arguments from a form submited by the website visitor (and then inserting it into an “rnorm” function...

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