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Don Philip Faithful's Blog – October 2018 Archive (3)

Challenge of Confirming Program Efficacy

Something that has always troubled me with statistics is the pretense of certainty.  The conclusions – being closely associated with calculations – tend to be reached rapidly.  I might only be starting to give a problem some thought – although a statistician has already drawn conclusions.  Over time, this can make a person feel insecure about his intellectual capacity – and perhaps cause him to write a blog on the subject.  Consider the simulated data below:  a special program was…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on October 28, 2018 at 8:05am — No Comments

Social Complacency Model of Personal Privacy – The Faulty Discourse

Something I learned during my graduate studies is that jails – like the old Don Jail as it once existed in Toronto (photographed by me above) – has special significance among those that study the history of people with disabilities.  For one thing, there are many people with…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on October 14, 2018 at 9:03am — No Comments

Pattern Recognition Objects and the Internal Conception of Meaning

A candlestick chart is sometimes used by stock market technicians to make trading decisions.  Each candlestick graphically depicts the following prices simultaneously:  opening, closing, high, and the low.  An interesting question is whether candlesticks can be used for pattern recognition purposes.  Traders directly interpret the charts - applying a type of pattern recognition that might involve industry norms and personal judgment.  But I mean using a systematic or algorithmic…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on October 8, 2018 at 5:46am — No Comments

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