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Example of Bootstrapping

In a statistical analysis, bootstrapping is a popular technique, especially useful when the sample size is small. It is involved with resampling and the technique is assume nothing about the distribution of our data. It is noted that a small … Continue reading

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Monte Carlo Simulation 1 (Bookmark & Planning)

Monte-Carlo, is very famous nowadays. If you work with uncertainty analysis, you will become familiar with this term. From my knowledge (maybe I wrong), Monte-Carlo can be related as sampling method: same like bootstrapping or random generation. Since my study … Continue reading

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Resampling Data

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