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

tephanie asked in 511 today if we were able to get the random seed which was set by set.seed() but we were only given the random numbers (without knowing the seed). This kind of “hacker” questions sound interesting. One dirty solution should be the brute-force method, e.g: # x: the random vector; # FUN: the

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