heteroscedastic love



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  • adj. Exhibiting heteroscedasticity


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  • For residuals, the fundamental penalty of not stabilizes variances of heteroscedastic TRW series, is of minor importance to the RCS method Braker 1981.

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  • Residuals without PT do not change the heteroscedastic nature of raw TRW series, a benefit that occurs by calculating ratios.

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  • Instead, spending weeks and months on complex analyses using a manual Monroe calculator with a rather iffy handle, I invented a statistical technique for the analysis of multi-attribute heteroscedastic data, which I used to produce a complex description of the psychological requirements of the various units.

    Daniel Kahneman - Autobiography

  • Student's t-test was used to evaluate null hypotheses for homoscedastic data, while Welch's t-test was used for heteroscedastic data.

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  • Based on simulation studies, the newly developed multiple imputation method performed consistently well under different scenarios of various proportion of nondetects, sample sizes and even in the presence of heteroscedastic errors.

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  • I also incorporate the litigants’ uncertainty about appealing a case using a heteroscedastic selection model.

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