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Vincent Granville commented on Stephanie Glen's blog post P-Value Explained in One Picture
"I agree with you Stephanie. If you see any of your articles / pictures stolen, let me know. We also monitor plagiarism and illegal copies. I had some of my books stolen and illegally re-published elsewhere (as most authors do) and I took care of it.…"
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Stephanie Glen commented on Stephanie Glen's blog post P-Value Explained in One Picture
"Lance, If people want to steal, then they'll probably just Photoshop out any credit ;) Have you checked out this article? Lengthy, but does a good job: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4877414/"
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Resampling Methods: Bootstrap vs jackknife

Resampling is a way to reuse data to generate new, hypothetical samples (called resamples) that are representative of an underlying population. It's used when:You don't know the underlying distribution for the population,Traditional formulas are difficult or impossible to apply,As a substitute for traditional methods.Two popular tools are the bootstrap and jackknife. Although…See More
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Lance Norskog commented on Stephanie Glen's blog post P-Value Explained in One Picture
"There's so much unaccredited stuff on the net, you know. Maybe sign your stuff, especially when it's this high quality! Do you know of a good explanation of p-values v.s. power? Especially how both help determine whether to act on the…"
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Stephanie Glen's blog post was featured

Comparing Data Sets in One Picture

Which statistical method you use to compare data sets depends on two main factors: your overall goal and the type of data you have. Parametric data means that you know the underlying distribution (for example, your data might be normally distributed).…See More
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Comparing Data Sets in One Picture

Which statistical method you use to compare data sets depends on two main factors: your overall goal and the type of data you have. Parametric data means that you know the underlying distribution (for example, your data might be normally distributed).…See More
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Stephanie Glen commented on Stephanie Glen's blog post Comparing Model Evaluation Techniques Part 1: Statistical Tools & Tests
"Arvin, Thanks for your comment. You're right--it is more robust, but isn't based on RMSE. My wording may have been a little misleading, so I updated the article to reflect that."
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Stephanie Glen is Editorial director at DataScienceCentral.com. She is a mathematician and statistician. After working for several years teaching mathematics and statistics at the university level, she created and developed the website StatisticsHowTo.com.
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Parametric and Non Parametric Bootstrap, Traditional Parametric: Comparison in One Picture

Posted on November 14, 2019 at 6:56pm 0 Comments

This picture compares two different types of bootstrap (parametric and non-parametric) with their traditional counterpart.

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Which Bootstrap When?…

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Resampling Methods: Bootstrap vs jackknife

Posted on November 6, 2019 at 9:17am 0 Comments

Resampling is a way to reuse data to generate new, hypothetical samples (called resamples) that are representative of an underlying population. It's used when:

  • You don't know the underlying distribution for the population,
  • Traditional formulas are difficult or impossible to apply,
  • As a substitute for traditional…
Continue

Unsupervised Learning Algorithms in One Picture

Posted on October 31, 2019 at 7:43am 0 Comments

Unsupervised learning algorithms are "unsupervised" because you let them run without direct supervision. You feed the data into the algorithm, and the algorithm figures out the patterns.  The following picture shows the differences between three of the most popular unsupervised learning algorithms: Principal Component Analysis,…

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Comparing Data Sets in One Picture

Posted on October 26, 2019 at 8:45am 0 Comments

Which statistical method you use to compare data sets depends on two main factors: your overall goal and the type of data you have. Parametric data means that you know the underlying distribution (for example, your data might be normally distributed).…

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