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1. ### how do i hit the lottery??

... usually the ones that cost the most). 2. Learn about statistical modelling especially Bayesian statistics (named for the reverend Thomas Bayes who came...

11 Answers · Games & Recreation · 16/01/2007

2. ### When to use log(GDP_per_capita) instead of GDP_per_capita in a forecasting model ?

...root test. If you do not use Theil's regression then you must use Bayesian methods. Theil's regression requires each independent variable...

2 Answers · Social Science · 08/07/2013

3. ### Statistics question, p-value?

... the one that uses p values) and the Bayesian . In the Frequentist branch you test the...data appears as it does, given the model . If the probability is low, say less than 5...

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/06/2013

It probably would be an ethics violation. (Depends on the financial code of ethics pledged to by the bank.) But what you're describing would be market manipulation--using the hype to move the market to "prove" their strategies...

1 Answers · Politics & Government · 14/03/2012

5. ### Why would we want to minimize the number of independent variables per study?

...fit even where one is not present. One the Bayesian side, the risk of having spare variables is in constructing a fragile model . This risk is mitigated, however...

1 Answers · Social Science · 05/05/2013

6. ### Probability?

... the most comprehensive in the mathematics of probability and statistics. 3 - " Bayesian Statistics, Principles, Models , and Applications" by S. James Press, ...

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 03/02/2007

7. ### What is the most important gauge of success in regression analysis (econometrics)?

... is false. As such, you cannot tell if a model is good, that is "true." Bayesian statistics are designed to test the probability an hypothesis...

3 Answers · Social Science · 13/05/2013

8. ### Do i NEED a doctorate to be a Evolutionary Psychologist?

...you want to take way too much math. In particular you want to understand probabilistic models , both Bayesian and Frequentist. You probably want to look into game theory, fuzzy...

2 Answers · Social Science · 11/10/2013

9. ### Why do you atheist believe anything science says?

... for example, imagine you test the gravitational constant using Bayesian methods. Then what you would publish is the credibility of the model as a percentage from 0 to 100 given the data, the possibility of...

15 Answers · Society & Culture · 29/03/2011

10. ### what is a scientific trend?

...a general belief that there was something wrong or improper about checking model fit. The entire Bayesian community (with very few exceptions, most of whom seemed to be...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/04/2010