Knowing what we don’t know

I knew it! I am finally getting some time to finish reading The Black Swan and I came across this statement, “Makridakis and Hibon reached the sad conclusion that ‘statistically sophisticated or complex methods do

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I knew it! I am finally getting some time to finish reading The Black Swan and I came across this statement, “Makridakis and Hibon reached the sad conclusion that ‘statistically sophisticated or complex methods do

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Multiple imputation, seriously now

A few days ago I gave an example of multiple imputation but I glossed over a number of things, which is fine when you are just getting into a topic, or when the mad scientist

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A few days ago I gave an example of multiple imputation but I glossed over a number of things, which is fine when you are just getting into a topic, or when the mad scientist

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Multiple Imputations for Missing Data – uh, maybe

(Or: Why a computer will not be replacing me any time soon) [Originally, the second half of this was supposed to be an explanation of the real use of multiple imputation which is in estimating

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(Or: Why a computer will not be replacing me any time soon) [Originally, the second half of this was supposed to be an explanation of the real use of multiple imputation which is in estimating

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