Recent content by Dason

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    Multiple linear regression when unsure if independent variables are truly independent

    Mod note: Thanks for using tags to make your code look more formatted. I switched your ICODE tags to CODE tags. ICODE is meant for inline code and CODE is meant for larger code chunks. Hopefully you don't mind me modifying your post.
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    Probit- and Logit for Winning Probabilities

    For head to head comparisons with a winner a fairly simple approach is a Bradley-Terry model: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bradley%E2%80%93Terry_model
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    Fifth time: How to delete my account?

    I deleted your other posts. The only way I could previously delete your account is to use our spam fighting tools but that adds you to a database as a suspected spammer which I didn't want to do to you.
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    Fifth time: How to delete my account?

    The admin doesn't visit too often. They will take care of the request when they see it.
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    Clarification in statistical test

    I mean... It's approximately correct for a chi-square with 4 degree of freedom. Which isn't really that badly behaved of a distribution
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    Clarification in statistical test

    Right before your code block put [ code ] And when you're done end it with [ /code ] With no spaces and it will render better and keep spaces/indentation intact.
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    Clarification in statistical test

    Use code tags around your code and that won't happen
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    Clarification in statistical test

    Shouldn't there be some sort of indexing on this line: pvalues <- t.test(x2,x1,alternative="greater")$p.value
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    Clarification in statistical test

    Was that the literal code you used?
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    Proability of failure

    What software are you using?
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    Fifth time: How to delete my account?

    From what I can tell you created an account just to complain about not being able to delete your account?
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    random experimental data with prespecified odds ratio and CI

    So if you could specify the 'true' underlying means, standard deviations, and odds ratios (which would in turn hopefully have the sample values be close to those) then that would be good enough?
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    random experimental data with prespecified odds ratio and CI

    If your goal is just to practice - why is your goal to create such a specific dataset where the data itself (not just the data generating process) meets very specific criteria? That kind of raises a few red flags to me.
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    random experimental data with prespecified odds ratio and CI

    What are you planning on doing with the generated data afterwards?
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    Wilcoxon rank-sum test report results when Mdns are the same

    I would suggest reading what the Wikipedia article says about the test to better understand what it's actually telling you. Side note: do you have data from the same people on multiple days? Or are the samples independent?