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comment How to Schedule R Activity
I don't think this question belongs to this forum. The question belongs either to stackoverflow or a similar forum. The answer only depends on your operating system and how various parts of it can interact.
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comment Intuitive meaning of the limit of the hazard rate of a gamma distribution
Thank you @Yves, this is a great explanation. Where can I find more information about this topic?
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accepted Intuitive meaning of the limit of the hazard rate of a gamma distribution
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comment Intuitive meaning of the limit of the hazard rate of a gamma distribution
Yes, thank you! I fixed it.
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revised Intuitive meaning of the limit of the hazard rate of a gamma distribution
fixed the limit
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comment How to model the relation between two variables based on other common relations?
I could be wrong, but I don't see how graphical models could be used here. At the end of the day, what is going to matter is the interaction between $r$ and your similarity metric for $A$ and $X_j$.
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comment How to treat missing values in a regression?
The right way to handle your situation is to look at log(wage+1). Then the argument for log will never be zero or negative (assuming there is no such thing as a negative wage).
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comment How to model the relation between two variables based on other common relations?
Can you please clarify what are $A$ and $B$? What does being in relation mean?
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comment Allocating consumption to products
Something seems to be missing from your problem description. Why not continue your logic with $Z/E$?
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comment Period detection of a generic time series
I tested this function with a simple example: x = c(58.89446, 37.31097, 53.99865, 26.13904, 34.74298) and y =ts(rep_len(x, 15 * length(x)). Using the above definition, I was expecting to get 15 as find.freq(y) (or something close), but I get 3. What am I missing here?
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comment How to deal with subjects who cannot receive the treatment in an experiment?
one more question: What is the difference between 1) and throwing out the untreatable cases?
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comment How to deal with subjects who cannot receive the treatment in an experiment?
Thank you very much for the clear and complete answer. It might seem surprising, but we are currently doing 2 and something about it seemed odd to me, hence my question here in SE. Incidentally, a friend mentioned the word "Counterfactual" in this context, but the only thing I could find about it was in the context of observational studies, rather than experiments.
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accepted How to deal with subjects who cannot receive the treatment in an experiment?
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comment $X_n$ $\,{\buildrel a.s. \over \rightarrow}\,$ $X$, then $(\prod_{i=1}^{n}X_i)^{1/n}$ $\,{\buildrel a.s. \over \rightarrow}\,$ $X$?
$X_i$ has to be strictly positive for this to be meaningful.
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comment How to deal with subjects who cannot receive the treatment in an experiment?
Yes, I know at the end of the experiment.
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comment How to deal with subjects who cannot receive the treatment in an experiment?
Not in advance. I only get to know only when I want to give them the treatment.
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comment How to deal with subjects who cannot receive the treatment in an experiment?
@gung It is a true experiment: the randomization is the first step, as soon as a user comes online.
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revised How to deal with subjects who cannot receive the treatment in an experiment?
Added a word to the title to make it better
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