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Dec
6
comment The CorrelationMatrix is equal to corrcoef of Matlab?
It's not a dumb question but it is difficult to verify without both software packages and the right expertise. I do know that the Mathematica property is the correlation of the parameters ( the diagonal of the covariance matrix property is their variances) a brief look at the docs for the matlab function makes me think it is more akin to mathematicas Correlation function rather than the fitted model property.
Dec
6
comment Time Series fit in Mathematica
The built in functions for time series dont currently handle covariates. I highly recommend looking at RLink since R has some fantastic and very mature time series functionality like the auto.arima function.
Dec
5
comment Method of moments using just the moments?
@bills however if the moments they have are the parameters they wouldn't need to estimate. I think they have a situation where the parameters of interest are some function of the moments
Dec
5
comment Method of moments using just the moments?
You will have to do this yourself but depending on the distribution it shouldn't be difficult. If you need help with a particular example you can always add it to your question.
Dec
4
answered A simple expression that Mathematica can't simplify
Dec
1
comment FindDistributionParameters and Hypothesis Testing
Not off hand. I'm sure someone over at stats.stackexchange.com could get you started
Dec
1
revised FindDistributionParameters and Hypothesis Testing
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Dec
1
answered FindDistributionParameters and Hypothesis Testing
Dec
1
comment Can one upload .xls in a cdf style gui? how would someone go about this?
@AlbertRetey I think they mean the ability to drag and drop an xls file in to upload it
Dec
1
comment Drawing a square root spiral
That is a beautiful result! +1
Nov
28
comment Generating Random Real numbers with certain numbers not included
I might ask how sure you need to be. The probability of generating a machine number that is detected as equal to 3. is very very small. Somewhere on the order of 10^-12 when you only generate 1000 of them in that range. It is about two orders of magnitude smaller if you are checking for equivalence (===).
Nov
24
comment Compilation of a function that needs to call Subsets
You are much more likely to get a response with some short example code that demonstrates what you are trying to do.
Nov
19
comment Strange interaction between Module and ListPlot
I can reproduce this on "10.0 for Mac OS X x86 (64-bit) (September 10, 2014)" using OS X Yosemite. Must be a platform-specific bug. You should report it to WRI.
Nov
19
comment Strange interaction between Module and ListPlot
What version are you using? I've tried this on Windows M9 and M10 and don't see the issue.
Nov
17
revised what is The Formula behind the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test statistics?
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Nov
17
answered what is The Formula behind the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test statistics?
Nov
17
comment what is The Formula behind the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test statistics?
I can't replicate your result of 0.226532 using the distribution you suggest.
Nov
17
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
12
answered on Kolmogorov-Smirnov test