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The importance of simulating the extremes

Simulation is commonly used by statisticians/data analysts to: (1) estimate variability/improve predictors, (2) to evaluate the space of potential outcomes, and (3) to evaluate the properties of new algorithms or procedures.¬†Over the last couple of days, discussions of simulation have … Continue reading

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The value of re-analysis

I just saw this really nice post over on John Cook's blog. He talks about how it is a valuable exercise to re-type code for examples you find in a book or on a blog. I completely agree that this … Continue reading

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