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Survival models: an important technique employed in medical and engineering sciences. Jul 1, 2015 1033
Applications for randomness: random numbers have been shown to be valuable in sampling, simulations, modeling, data encryption, gambling and even musical composition. Nov 1, 2014 1222
Time series analysis: identifying underlying patterns: the goal of this type of analysis can be divided into characterization or prediction. Jun 1, 2014 1497
Big data analytics: continues to evolve: size alone does not define big data--it is best defined as a combination of volume, velocity, variety and value. Feb 1, 2014 1013
Text mining: the next data frontier: by some estimates, 80 percent of available information occurs as free-form text. Dec 1, 2013 838
Contingency tables: a special class of analysis: several tests can provide an understanding of the relationship between X and Y. Aug 1, 2013 1022
Dealing with collinearity: during creation of regression models, collinearity can occur, which causes invalid results for individual regressors. Mar 1, 2013 1515
Align computer simulation strategies with problem and model: mathematical models can be used to confirm through comparison to real-world data. Dec 1, 2012 842
Correlations: examining the relationships between variables: judicious evaluation can provide valuable insight. Oct 1, 2012 1007
Comparisons of means and variances: how we can determine whether there is a difference between groups of data. Aug 1, 2012 987
Hypothesis testing: a look at two common approaches: depending upon the situation, either classical or Bayesian testing may be the better choice. Jun 1, 2012 1185
Normality, distribution types and goodness of fit: identifying suitable distributions: when investigating causes of non-normality, consider whether the process itself is expected to be normal. Apr 1, 2012 1171
How to select a useful model: model identification involves selection of broad standards and a process by which it is created. Feb 1, 2012 874
Good experimental design pays dividends continuously: judicious selection of a logical sequence of designs leads to a model that pays for itself. Dec 1, 2011 1071
Carefully orchestrated duet aids decisions: achieving the right balance between graphics and statistical analysis. Jan 1, 2011 876
Six Sigma and the PC world: investigational approach benefits from the power of statistical tools. Mar 1, 2010 1387

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