Random non-parametric thingies: This is your brain on stats

Here is how the Wald statistic works: You divide the maximum likelihood coefficient estimate by its standard error and square the result. If you wanted to be really specific about it, what you are dividing

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Here is how the Wald statistic works: You divide the maximum likelihood coefficient estimate by its standard error and square the result. If you wanted to be really specific about it, what you are dividing

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What’s next? The most interesting statistical problem?

I will be finishing reading thousands of pages of grants and spend a few days on grant reviews. A grant I have been working on is almost done. The semester is almost over. I have

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I will be finishing reading thousands of pages of grants and spend a few days on grant reviews. A grant I have been working on is almost done. The semester is almost over. I have

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My Favorite Things – not so secret documents, part 2

Because I am no fun at all, as any of my children can tell you, I do not have a post for April Fool’s Day (although you should totally check out the blog on SAS

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Because I am no fun at all, as any of my children can tell you, I do not have a post for April Fool’s Day (although you should totally check out the blog on SAS

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Statistical Software – The Secret Documents, Part 1

All right, well maybe they are not that secret, but there are some really great resources out there that you may want to check out. If you didn’t get to the SPSS Higher Education Road

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All right, well maybe they are not that secret, but there are some really great resources out there that you may want to check out. If you didn’t get to the SPSS Higher Education Road

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