Discussion 07 - Masanao Yajima This is an upper level...

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Masanao Yajima
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This is an upper level class. Which means when you go out of this class, you are supposed to know the material solid. This is also a statistical computing class, which means after you have completed this class you will be able to go out and create statistical tools for your company or your clients using R. The homework is meant to be easy for you, not hard, you are supposed to use the remainder of your time to explore the possibilities.
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Professor gives you a vague question because he wants to give you the margin to think about what it is you are learning. Is your program correct? How should I check? Is there any better way to do the same thing? How should I write the program so that other people can understand? What are the questions asking me to think about? It’s all there in the homework handout. It is your job to figure it out, not ours to give you.
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If you understood the problem Exponential is not defined for matrix!! ^ is not defined for matrix!!
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2011 for the course STATS 102A 102A taught by Professor Jandeleeuw during the Fall '10 term at UCLA.

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