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Homoscedasticity in Regression Analysis 0

Homoscedasticity in Regression Analysis

Homoscedasticity in Regression Analysis, The Goldfeld–Quandt test checks for homoscedasticity in regression studies in statistics. Subscribe This is accomplished by separating a dataset into two portions or groups, which is why the test is...

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Quartiles in Statistics

Quartiles in statistics, Let’s talk about quartiles and their importance. The quartiles for the corresponding distribution of x are three variate values of the variable, say x, that divide the series (frequency) into four...

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Classification Techniques in Data Mining

Classification Techniques in Data Mining, Classification is the process of grouping things or items into groups or classes based on their affinities and resemblances in order to communicate the units of traits that may...

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How to Calculate Jaccard Similarity in R

Jaccard Similarity in R, The Jaccard similarity index compares two sets of data to see how similar they are. It might be anywhere between 0 and 1. The greater the number, the closer the...

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How to do Chow Test in R

The Chow test is used to compare the coefficients of two distinct regression models on two separate datasets. This test is commonly used in econometrics using time series data to evaluate if the data...

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How to perform Rolling Correlation in R

Rolling Correlation in R, Correlations between two-time series on a rolling window are known as rolling correlations. Correlations in time series are extremely valuable since they may be used to model and forecast if...

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Anderson-Darling Test in R (Quick Normality Check)

Anderson-Darling Test in R, The Anderson-Darling Test is a goodness-of-fit test that determines how well your data fits a given distribution. This test is most typically used to see if your data follow a...

Granger Causality Test in R 0

Granger Causality Test in R (with Example)

Granger-Causality Test in R, The Granger Causality test is used to examine if one time series may be used to forecast another. Subscribe to the Channel for video tutorials Null Hypothesis (H0): Time series...

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String Manipulation in R

String Manipulation in R, In this article, we’ll show you how to manipulate strings in the R programming language using many methods. To begin, we’ll read text from a file into the computer to...

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How to Plot Observed and Predicted values in R

Plot Observed and Predicted values in R, In order to visualize the discrepancies between the predicted and actual values, you may want to plot the predicted values of a regression model in R. This...

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