Statistics 145 Discussion Homework 1: Due Thurs., Jan 28. (Additional problems may be included. If so, they will be assigned not later than Jan. 21). Please include your code with this assignment. Please turn at the beginning of discussion on Jan. 28. 1.
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Statistics 145 Discussion Homework 2: Due Thurs., Feb 4 by 6 pm.
1. An estimate of the probability of success, , in a binomial distribution with a fixed number of trials, n, is desired. A single data point X is observed from this distribution, i.e. X ~ Bi
Statistics 145 Discussion Homework 2 Solution
1. An estimate of the probability of success, , in a binomial distribution with a fixed number of trials, n, is desired. A single data point X is observed from this distribution, i.e. X ~ Bin(n,). Taking the p
Homework #3 Discussion: Due Thursday, February 25, 2010 by midnight. (If submitted after
6pm, please e-mail it to me.)
Instructions: Please submit your code as an appendix to this assignment.
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Homework #4 Discussion: Due Thursday, March 4, 2010 by midnight This problem is a follow up to the Carlin and Louis problem on identifiability discussed in lab today. Consider data having the following distribution: Y ~ N(1+2, 1) Priors: ~ , ~ , Useful Fo