Lectures are on hold for the next two weeks. I’ll be traveling and unable to to create any new award-winning videos. Nor any new non-award-winning videos.
Read Part I : Download the Quirkâ€™s article. To understand why ordinary regression assumptions are bad, we need to look at some (new data) scenarios. Suppose that Bob had a HGPA of […]
Read Part II : Download the Quirkâ€™s article. Predictive statistics differs from classical (frequentist and Bayesian) practices because it focuses on observables and not metaphysical entities. Observables are the data we can […]
I stole that title from the late Bob Talbert, an everyman columnist from the late, or possibly undead, Detroit Free Press. He would use that title whenever he had a column to […]
Roger Kimball is causing a stink, a predictable yet enjoyable stink, by publishing Anthony Daniels’s review of an Ayn Rand biography in this month’s The New Criterion. There are two enduring internet-subjects […]
How many of you are there? According to a mixture of WordPress and Google Analytics statistics reports, I receive roughly twelve to fifteen hundred hits per day. That’s excluding bots and other […]
10 minutes is a shockingly short period of time! Today, some common errors you WILL see when you try to read in data. The code below has many typos. Watch for Windows […]
I have never been part of a conspiracy before—there was never the opportunity—so you can imagine how excited I am about finally joining one. It’s true that, in 1978, I, my sister, […]