# sci.stat.math

**margin of error calculation**,*elodie***Re: margin of error calculation**,*Ray Koopman***Re: margin of error calculation**,*Rich Ulrich*

**On discrete random variables**,*Pietro Costan***Re: On discrete random variables**,*David Jones***Re: On discrete random variables**,*Paul***Re: On discrete random variables**,*David Jones***Re: On discrete random variables**,*Herman Rubin*

**Re: On discrete random variables**,*Barry W Brown*

**Confounding**,*sanz***Re: Confounding**,*Rich Ulrich*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Confounding**,*sanz*

**About the definition of "discrete random variable"**,*Pietro Costan***NIPS 2012 Call for Demonstrations**,*chiestand***NIPS 2012 Call for Workshops**,*chiestand***Reducing Geographic Regions**,*Landon Hurley***Re: Reducing Geographic Regions**,*Art Kendall***Re: Reducing Geographic Regions**,*Landon Hurley***Re: Reducing Geographic Regions**,*Art Kendall***Re: Reducing Geographic Regions**,*Landon Hurley***Re: Reducing Geographic Regions**,*Rich Ulrich**Message not available***Re: Reducing Geographic Regions**,*Art Kendall*

**Truncated inverse Wishart distribution**,*Paul***Re: Truncated inverse Wishart distribution**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Truncated inverse Wishart distribution**,*Paul***Re: Truncated inverse Wishart distribution**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Truncated inverse Wishart distribution**,*Paul***Re: Truncated inverse Wishart distribution**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Truncated inverse Wishart distribution**,*Paul***Re: Truncated inverse Wishart distribution**,*Ray Koopman*

**How to calculate Hedges g effect sizes when running an ANCOVA**,*Gary***Bayes vs Hypothesis--false positive-negative and hypothesis nomenclature**,*W. eWatson***Re: Bayes vs Hypothesis--false positive-negative and hypothesis nomenclature**,*Rich Ulrich***Re: Bayes vs Hypothesis--false positive-negative and hypothesis nomenclature**,*Art Kendall***Decision Theory was: Re: Bayes vs Hypothesis--false positive-negative and hypothesis nomenclature**,*Herman Rubin***Re: Bayes vs Hypothesis--false positive-negative and hypothesis nomenclature**,*David Jones*

**4130 Solution manuals & Test Banks to Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering Books - part2**,*mattosbw1***4130 Solution manuals & Test banks to Math, Statistics and Probability Books - part1**,*mattosbw1***4130 Solution manuals & Test banks to Math, Statistics and Probability Books - part2**,*mattosbw1***4130 Solution manuals & Test banks to Physics & Astronomy Books**,*mattosbw1***4130 Solution manuals & Test banks to Materials Engineering Books**,*mattosbw1*- <Possible follow-ups>
**4130 Solution manuals & Test banks to Materials Engineering Books**,*mattosbw1*

**4130 Solution manuals & Test banks to Industrial Engineering, Business, Accounting, Economics and Finance Books**,*mattosbw1***4130 Solution manuals & Test banks to Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Books**,*mattosbw1***4130 Solution manuals & Test banks to Environmental Engineering, Earth and Environmental Sciences Books**,*mattosbw1***4130 Solution manuals & Test banks to Civil Engineering and Architecture Books**,*mattosbw1***Standard Deviation of a Normal Distribution**,*scatnubbs***Re: Standard Deviation of a Normal Distribution**,*Rich Ulrich*

**First CALL FOR PAPERS EvoMUSART2013: 2nd International Conference and 11th European Event on Evolutionary and Biologically Inspired Music, Sound, Art and Design**,*EvoMUSART***off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*moo . marc***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*Art Kendall***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*moo . marc***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*Art Kendall***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*moo . marc***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*Art Kendall***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*moo . marc*

**Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*Rich Ulrich***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*moo . marc***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*Rich Ulrich***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*moo . marc***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*Rich Ulrich***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*moo . marc***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*Rich Ulrich***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*moo . marc***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*Rich Ulrich***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*moo . marc***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*Rich Ulrich***Re: off-line change detection & clustering in a time series of multidimensional data**,*moo . marc*

**Clustering Categorical Data**,*satish nath***Re: Clustering Categorical Data**,*Art Kendall***Re: Clustering Categorical Data**,*satishnath79***Re: Clustering Categorical Data**,*Art Kendall***Re: Clustering Categorical Data**,*Art Kendall***Re: Clustering Categorical Data**,*satishnath79***Re: Clustering Categorical Data**,*Rich Ulrich***Re: Clustering Categorical Data**,*satishnath79***Re: Clustering Categorical Data**,*satishnath79***Re: Clustering Categorical Data**,*Rich Ulrich*

**Condition a Probability on a Random Variable??**,*ben***envelope of simple linear regression**,*Mike***Re: envelope of simple linear regression**,*Rod***Re: envelope of simple linear regression**,*Rich Ulrich***Re: envelope of simple linear regression**,*Ray Koopman*

**@Comprehensive Test Banks and solution manuals at good prices@**,*alltestbanks11***Re: binary data, proportions and distributions**,*Herman Rubin***Re: binary data, proportions and distributions**,*Rich Ulrich*

**play now Frogger is best of games**,*ahmed mohamed***Please help me**,*Joe Doe***Re: Please help me**,*Rich Ulrich*

**Why doesn't multiple regression maximise R2**,*dc353***Re: Why doesn't multiple regression maximise R2**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Why doesn't multiple regression maximise R2**,*dc353***Re: Why doesn't multiple regression maximise R2**,*Art Kendall***Re: Why doesn't multiple regression maximise R2**,*Ray Koopman*

**Re: Our first control group result is precisely how we want AML's program to behave with control group data ....**,*djh*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Our first control group result is precisely how we want AML's program to behave with control group data ....**,*djh***Re: Our first control group result is precisely how we want AML's program to behave with control group data ....**,*Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**gimpeltf**Ray Koopman**gimpeltf**djh**Ray Koopman**Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman***Your questions go to the "moment of truth" that Jacques and Arthur may shortly be facing**,*djh***Re: Your questions go to the "moment of truth" that Jacques and Arthur may shortly be facing**,*djh**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**djh***Results for c1 study and control groups when model run WITHOUT the four cells for shortest length interval 33-42**,*djh***Results on c2 fold confirm peculiarity of length interval 33-42 seen in c1 fold results**,*djh***Model with adjusted weighting logic now works on c2 fold! (but PLEASE review my new weighting logic !)**,*djh***Actually, your original suggestion (input counts) works as well as what I just posted for the c2 fold**,*djh***Re: Actually, your original suggestion (input counts) works as well as what I just posted for the c2 fold**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Actually, your original suggestion (input counts) works as well as what I just posted for the c2 fold**,*djh***Comparative results for {lnL,w,lnLw,x1,x2} & {lnL,w,lnLw,x1,x2,lnLx1,lnLx2}**,*djh***Re: Comparative results for {lnL,w,lnLw,x1,x2} & {lnL,w,lnLw,x1,x2,lnLx1,lnLx2}**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Comparative results for {lnL,w,lnLw,x1,x2} & {lnL,w,lnLw,x1,x2,lnLx1,lnLx2}**,*djh***Your question re significance of proportion involving counts of 01:10:01:11 inputs to Arthur's program**,*djh***Results of both chi-square tests on all six folds**,*djh***Re: Comparative results for {lnL,w,lnLw,x1,x2} & {lnL,w,lnLw,x1,x2,lnLx1,lnLx2}**,*djh***I'm sending the a1 CI table off-line, since the format didn't hold here.**,*djh***Re: I'm sending the a1 CI table off-line, since the format didn't hold here.**,*djh***Re: I'm sending the a1 CI table off-line, since the format didn't hold here.**,*Ray Koopman***Re: I'm sending the a1 CI table off-line, since the format didn't hold here.**,*djh***Re: I'm sending the a1 CI table off-line, since the format didn't hold here.**,*djh***Re: I'm sending the a1 CI table off-line, since the format didn't hold here.**,*djh***Re: I'm sending the a1 CI table off-line, since the format didn't hold here.**,*Ray Koopman***Re: I'm sending the a1 CI table off-line, since the format didn't hold here.**,*djh**Message not available**Message not available***Re: You are amazing! (results of the "v1,v2,v3,u1,u2" procedure)**,*djh**Message not available**Message not available***Re: You are amazing! (results of the "v1,v2,v3,u1,u2" procedure)**,*Ray Koopman***Results of recomputing b47 fold without viral protein data**,*djh***Re: Results of recomputing b47 fold without viral protein data**,*djh***Means and SD's for "u" (representation level) in control & study groups for all six folds**,*djh***The same four proportional weighting factors work for each 00/01/10/11 when 0.25 is subtracted from each !!!**,*djh***Re: The same four proportional weighting factors work for each 00/01/10/11 when 0.25 is subtracted from each !!!**,*Ray Koopman***Re: The same four proportional weighting factors work for each 00/01/10/11 when 0.25 is subtracted from each !!!**,*djh***Re: The same four proportional weighting factors work for each 00/01/10/11 when 0.25 is subtracted from each !!!**,*Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman***Is now also the time to try and equalize study and control group sample sizes ??**,*djh***Can you crunch this table to check for any issue which might affect our "c/L" ratio?**,*djh***Re: Can you crunch this table to check for any issue which might affect our "c/L" ratio?**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Can you crunch this table to check for any issue which might affect our "c/L" ratio?**,*djh***Re: Can you crunch this table to check for any issue which might affect our "c/L" ratio?**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Can you crunch this table to check for any issue which might affect our "c/L" ratio?**,*djh***Should I obtain "R" to do Bartlett's (or Fligner's) homoscedasticity tests on the driver correlations?**,*djh***Update re homoscedasticity testing: my wife can do them in MiniTab ....**,*djh***1) Sample "jackknife" table 2) Requisite n's 3) linear regression comparisons; 4) sample equalization**,*djh***Re: 1) Sample "jackknife" table 2) Requisite n's 3) linear regression comparisons; 4) sample equalization**,*Ray Koopman***Re: 1) Sample "jackknife" table 2) Requisite n's 3) linear regression comparisons; 4) sample equalization**,*djh***Re: 1) Sample "jackknife" table 2) Requisite n's 3) linear regression comparisons; 4) sample equalization**,*Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**Ray Koopman**djh**djh**Ray Koopman***New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*djh***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*Ray Koopman***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*djh***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*Ray Koopman***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*djh***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*Ray Koopman***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*djh***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*djh***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*Ray Koopman***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*djh***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*Ray Koopman***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*Ray Koopman***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*djh***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*djh***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*Ray Koopman***The other matters you raised in your post last night**,*djh***Oh! - you didn't mean a MANOVA - you meant a multiple linear regression of one DV on 2 IV's. right?**,*djh***Re: Oh! - you didn't mean a MANOVA - you meant a multiple linear regression of one DV on 2 IV's. right?**,*Ray Koopman***New question re behavior of u and x2 driver when data selected for u > 0 vs u > 1**,*djh***Re: New question re behavior of u and x2 driver when data selected for u > 0 vs u > 1**,*Ray Koopman***kclas/mols is the unit of "e", not u**,*djh***Re: kclas/mols is the unit of "e", not u**,*Ray Koopman***Comparison of avg ln(c/u) on ln(c/L) coefficients to average "UCP's" (u-computation probabilities)**,*djh***Re: Comparison of avg ln(c/u) on ln(c/L) coefficients to average "UCP's" (u-computation probabilities)**,*Ray Koopman***The relationship of UCP's to "u"**,*djh***Naturally, a stupid minor error in my above post re UCP and u**,*djh***Intuitive vs actual algorithm for computing u**,*djh***Re: The relationship of UCP's to "u"**,*Ray Koopman***How to understand L, c, and u in terms of our allegory**,*djh***Please ignore 4 tables in last post - here are the tables WITHOUT three clerical errors.**,*djh***Re: Please ignore 4 tables in last post - here are the tables WITHOUT three clerical errors.**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Please ignore 4 tables in last post - here are the tables WITHOUT three clerical errors.**,*djh***ln(c/u) on ln(c/L) may not be "weak" but rather 2-3 times stronger than it should be for study group data.**,*djh***Here are the t-test results for e, c, and u themselves (for a1 fold, S63 and S60 groups)**,*djh***Two questions re actual c,e,u, expected ln(c/u), ln(c/e), and actual lnc/u, ln(c/e)**,*djh***Re: Two questions re actual c,e,u, expected ln(c/u), ln(c/e), and actual lnc/u, ln(c/e)**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Two questions re actual c,e,u, expected ln(c/u), ln(c/e), and actual lnc/u, ln(c/e)**,*djh***Re: Two questions re actual c,e,u, expected ln(c/u), ln(c/e), and actual lnc/u, ln(c/e)**,*Ray Koopman***Re: New queston: need your advice on some "study group vs study group" t-test results**,*djh***T-tests of ln(c/e), ln(c/u), ln(c/L), e, u, and c for STudy Groups (63) and (60)**,*djh***Re: Should I obtain "R" to do Bartlett's (or Fligner's) homoscedasticity tests on the driver correlations?**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Should I obtain "R" to do Bartlett's (or Fligner's) homoscedasticity tests on the driver correlations?**,*djh***Re: Should I obtain "R" to do Bartlett's (or Fligner's) homoscedasticity tests on the driver correlations?**,*Ray Koopman**djh***Re: Means and SD's for "u" (representation level) in control & study groups for all six folds**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Means and SD's for "u" (representation level) in control & study groups for all six folds**,*djh***Re: I'm sending the a1 CI table off-line, since the format didn't hold here.**,*Ray Koopman***Could I ask you to check this 1st test using sum of chi-squares from study vs control cells ?**,*djh***Re: Could I ask you to check this 1st test using sum of chi-squares from study vs control cells ?**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Could I ask you to check this 1st test using sum of chi-squares from study vs control cells ?**,*djh***Could I ask you to check this 1st test using converged likelihoods for study/control/pooled runs?**,*djh***Re: Could I ask you to check this 1st test using converged likelihoods for study/control/pooled runs?**,*Ray Koopman***Re: Could I ask you to check this 1st test using converged likelihoods for study/control/pooled runs?**,*djh**djh**djh**Ray Koopman**djh*

**Re: ? what if we dont have enough samples**,*Art Kendall*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: ? what if we dont have enough samples**,*Rich Ulrich*