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# Category Archives: Statistics

## R, Damned R, and Statistics

The great thing about R is that it’s written by statisticians. The worst thing about R is that it’s written by statisticians. Continue reading

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## Moving Average in LibreOffice Calc

(I googled a bit and I didn’t find an answer this question, so here it is.) How do you calculate a moving average of a value over a date range with an irregular sample interval in LibreOffice Calc? OR, given … Continue reading

Posted in Statistics, Tutorial
Tagged average, calc, count, countif, date, date range, libreoffice, moving average, openoffice, sumif
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## Machine Learning and Regession

I stumbled on this interesting post on reddit Is ML all about statistical regressions at its core?, and although I thought the responses were informative, they seemed to be a bit too focused for what I felt was the right … Continue reading

Posted in Data Mining, Machine Learning, Statistics
Tagged machine learning, philosphy of science, regression
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