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Feb
28
revised How to define an n-variate empirical distribution function probability for any n?
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Feb
28
revised How to define an n-variate empirical distribution function probability for any n?
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Feb
28
answered How to define an n-variate empirical distribution function probability for any n?
Feb
19
revised Finding the location of the last day of the month in a list of dates
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Feb
18
revised Finding the location of the last day of the month in a list of dates
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Feb
18
answered Finding the location of the last day of the month in a list of dates
Feb
18
comment Finding the location of the last day of the month in a list of dates
Are these true end of month dates or are you looking for the last available day for each month in your data? For example would {{2001,1,30},{2001,1,31},{2001,2,12}} give {{2},{3}} or {{2}} ?
Feb
10
awarded  Necromancer
Feb
10
revised How do I create a histogram with unequal bin widths?
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Feb
10
answered How do I create a histogram with unequal bin widths?
Jan
18
comment AndersonDarlingTest and DistributionFitTest Leaking Memory
Looks like a bug.
Jan
17
awarded  Yearling
Jan
15
answered How does LocationTest choose its “AutomaticTest”?
Jan
4
comment How does LocationTest choose its “AutomaticTest”?
With that in mind, there should probably be a message saying the equal variance test is being ignored...
Jan
4
comment How does LocationTest choose its “AutomaticTest”?
In the first case you are saying "check for normality" in the remaining examples you are saying "ignore normality and just check for equal variances". Since there is only one sample the equal variances test has no impact on the test that is chosen.
Oct
30
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
3
comment PearsonChiSquareTest: set degrees of freedom
Observed and expected counts in each bin.
Oct
3
comment PearsonChiSquareTest: set degrees of freedom
Notice that it is the length of the bins minus 1. You would bin your data with 5 bins if you want 4 degrees of freedom.
Oct
3
revised PearsonChiSquareTest: set degrees of freedom
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