Tag Archives: Statistic

Linear Regression

A linear regression is a special case of the classical linear regression models that describes the relationship between two variables by fitting a linear equation to observed data. Thereby, one variable is considered to be the explanatory (or independent) variable, … Continue reading

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Clustered Standard Errors in STATA

In STATA clustered standard errors are obtained by adding the option cluster(variable_name) to your regression, where variable_name specifies the variable that defines the group / cluster in your data. The summary output will return clustered standard errors. Here is the syntax:  regress … Continue reading

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Julia-R Cheatsheet – Mathematical Operations

Mathematical Operations What are the commands for the most important mathematical operations in Julia and R? The following table translates the most common Julia commands into R language.

Julia-R Cheatsheet – Accessing Vector/Matrix Elements

Accessing Vector/Matrix Elements How to access vector and matrix elements in Julia and R? The following table translates the most common Julia commands into R language.

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Julia-R Cheatsheet – Manipulating Vectors and Matrices

Manipulating Vectors and Matrices How to manipulate vectors and matrices in Julia and R? The following table translates the most common Julia commands into R language.

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Julia-R Cheatsheet – Creating Random Numbers

Creating Random Numbers How to create random number in Julia and R? The following table translates the most common Julia commands into R language.

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Julia-R Cheatsheet – Creating Matrices

Creating Matrices How to create matrices in Julia and R? The following table translates the most common Julia commands into R language.

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