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Statalike Marginal Effects for Logit and Probit Models in R « TimeSeriesIreland
Statalike Marginal Effects for Logit and Probit Models in R « TimeSeriesIreland. I thought this was rather interesting, but haven’t had time to think about it yet. Advertisements
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Which distribution fits
There’s a great blog article here: http://www.johndcook.com/blog/2010/08/11/whatdistributiondoesmydatahave/ Nice discussion about choosing a distribution to fit to a set of data, but perhaps more importantly, a nice reminder that these are all abstractions. To reword de Finetti: There is no such … Continue reading
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Distribution fitting
I’ve just dumped a load of rpanel animations here (all to do with distribution fitting for a Binomial). (Need to tidy this up when my toothache gets better). The first bit of code just draws a picture of a standard … Continue reading
Why use Bayesian methods
(Here is an attempt to explain why Bayesian methods are the inference method of choice) O’Hagan (Kendall’s Library) suggests: Some data are observed, and we wish to make a statement (inference) about one or more unknown features of the system … Continue reading