Chap5G - component will be estimated. An estimate of the...

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ESTIMATED MARGINAL DENSITY THAT DESCRIBES MIXTURE DISTRIBUTION WITH P = 0.5 AFTER Return, Use the Contrast setting Lambda = 0.8 to reduce the overlap between the two estimated components
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The picture below shows the component-variance-reduced curve and the unmodified estimated curve Click on the Separate Box and enter the left cutpoint far to the left of the leftmost estimated component Then place a right endpoint estimate to the immediate right of the leftmost estimated component.
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The Lambda contrast modification process will be reversed automatically and the leftmost mixture
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Unformatted text preview: component will be estimated. An estimate of the first mixing parameter will be obtained and displayed. After clicking on the Return Box the Fit Menu can be selected and the Normal curve checked. The parameters of the fitted Normal curve will be estimated by using the estimated mode to estimate the isolated component’s location parameter. A graphical derivative Q-Q plot reciprocal procedure is executed automatically to estimate the isolated component’s scale parameter....
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course PB HLTH 140 taught by Professor Tarter during the Fall '10 term at Berkeley.

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