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Statistics Definitions > Weighting Factor Contents: Weight and the Weighting Factor. Use in Sampling. Use in Nuclear Medicine. Weight ..read more
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Statistics Definitions > What is Extra Sums of Squares? Extra Sums of Squares (ESS) is the difference in the Error Sums of Squares (SSE ..read more
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Correlation > Cross Correlation in Statistics The Pearson Product-Moment Correlation equation. In statistics, a cross-correlation ..read more
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Descriptive Statistics > Measures of position give us a way to see where a certain data point or value falls in a sample or ..read more
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Statistics Definitions > An identification key is an identification tool primarily used to find taxonomic levels (e.g. species or genus ..read more
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Probability Distributions > The exponential power distribution is a generalization of the normal distribution. Therefore, it’s also ..read more
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Probability Distributions > The Dagum distribution (also called the Inverse Burr distribution; Dagum called it the generalized logistic ..read more
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Statistics Definitions > What is Mean Absolute Scaled Error? Mean Absolute Scaled Error (MASE) is a scale-free error metric that gives ..read more
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Statistics Definitions > What is a Risk Function? The risk function is the expected value of a loss function. In other words, it’s ..read more
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Regression Analysis > Is your model a poor fit for the data? Lack of Fit tells us whether a regression model is a poor model of the ..read more

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