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Data Capture
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Fri, 06 Mar 2015 19:06:23 GMTI'm not sure if this is the correct place to ask this question. I have a support team in my office and I want to understand why people are calling them?

These are their core functions

System Support

Info Support

Authority Support

Under each main category there are multiple topics, for example under system support they support 15 applications. So If a user was to record a contact for system support on Excel it still doesn't tell me what support was needed so I almost need another level?

How many levels of information would I need?

Is there better ways of recording this?
]]>Statistical Researchkiwishttp://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/59911-Data-Capturemean+standard deviation+skewness+kurtosis
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Fri, 06 Mar 2015 10:51:27 GMThi
I want to order some variables according to (mean+standard deviation+skewness+kurtosis) or some new rule considering mean value, standard...hi

I want to order some variables according to (mean+standard deviation+skewness+kurtosis) or some new rule considering mean value, standard deviation, skewness and kurtosis simultaneously. Is there any similar sorting rule like this? Is this equation used in other research ares?

thank you.
]]>Statistical ResearchWEIBOhttp://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/59907-mean-standard-deviation-skewness-kurtosisConvergence in LLN and CLT help!
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Fri, 06 Mar 2015 09:29:14 GMTHi there,
I am trying to figure out how convergence in law of large number and central limit theorem is affected by correlation in the random...Hi there,

I am trying to figure out how convergence in law of large number and central limit theorem is affected by correlation in the random variables.

I am trying to simulate and prove if either both of the above mentioned hold in large samples.

So far Ive been trying to simulate bivariate distribution is this correct?

To my understanding this is random variable X such that {xi|xi correlated to xj} where i,j=1,2,,,,n