Likelihood

  • 101conditional probability — likelihood of the occurrence of an event taking into account the occurrence of another event …

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  • 102LEER — • likelihood equivalent error …

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  • 103LRH — • likelihood ratio for heterogeneity; • luteinizing hormone releasing hormone …

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  • 104probability — Likelihood, but coupled with some uncertainty, of occurrence. To instruct the jury that they may act on probabilities means simply that they may act on less than convincing evidence, or without that moral certainty required by law. People v O… …

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  • 105Größte Wahrscheinlichkeit — Die Maximum Likelihood Methode (von engl. maximale Wahrscheinlichkeit) bezeichnet in der Statistik ein parametrisches Schätzverfahren. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Motivation 2 Eine heuristische Herleitung 3 Definition 4 Beispiel …

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  • 106ML-Schätzung — Die Maximum Likelihood Methode (von engl. maximale Wahrscheinlichkeit) bezeichnet in der Statistik ein parametrisches Schätzverfahren. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Motivation 2 Eine heuristische Herleitung 3 Definition 4 Beispiel …

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  • 107Maximale Wahrscheinlichkeit — Die Maximum Likelihood Methode (von engl. maximale Wahrscheinlichkeit) bezeichnet in der Statistik ein parametrisches Schätzverfahren. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Motivation 2 Eine heuristische Herleitung 3 Definition 4 Beispiel …

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  • 108Maximum parsimony (phylogenetics) — Parsimony is a non parametric statistical method commonly used in computational phylogenetics for estimating phylogenies. Under parsimony, the preferred phylogenetic tree is the tree that requires the least evolutionary change to explain some… …

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  • 109Maximum parsimony — Maximum parsimony, often simply referred to as parsimony, is a non parametric statistical method commonly used in computational phylogenetics for estimating phylogenies. Under maximum parsimony, the preferred phylogenetic tree is the tree that… …

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  • 110Expectation-maximization algorithm — An expectation maximization (EM) algorithm is used in statistics for finding maximum likelihood estimates of parameters in probabilistic models, where the model depends on unobserved latent variables. EM alternates between performing an… …

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  • 111List of phylogenetics software — This list of phylogenetics software is a compilation of computational phylogenetics software used to produce phylogenetic trees. Such tools are commonly used in comparative genomics, cladistics, and bioinformatics. Methods for estimating… …

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  • 112Doctrine of bias in Singapore law — A depiction of Lady Justice on the tympanum of the Old Supreme Court Building Bias is one of the grounds of judicial review in Singapore. If actual bias on the part of a judge or tribunal can be proved by a party to a legal proceeding, or on the… …

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  • 113Maximum spacing estimation — The maximum spacing method tries to find a distribution function such that the spacings, D(i), are all approximately of the same length. This is done by maximizing their geometric mean. In statistics, maximum spacing estimation (MSE or MSP), or… …

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  • 114Computational phylogenetics — is the application of computational algorithms, methods and programs to phylogenetic analyses. The goal is to assemble a phylogenetic tree representing a hypothesis about the evolutionary ancestry of a set of genes, species, or other taxa. For… …

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  • 115Estimation of covariance matrices — In statistics, sometimes the covariance matrix of a multivariate random variable is not known but has to be estimated. Estimation of covariance matrices then deals with the question of how to approximate the actual covariance matrix on the basis… …

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  • 116Cauchy distribution — Not to be confused with Lorenz curve. Cauchy–Lorentz Probability density function The purple curve is the standard Cauchy distribution Cumulative distribution function …

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  • 117Conjugate prior — Bayesian statistics Theory Bayesian probability Probability interpretations Bayes theorem Bayes rule · Bayes factor Bayesian inference Bayesian network Prior · Posterior · Likelihood …

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  • 118Operator Grammar — For the class of formal computer languages, see Operator precedence grammar. Operator Grammar is a mathematical theory of human language that explains how language carries information. This theory is the culmination of the life work of Zellig… …

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  • 119Proportional hazards models — are a class of survival models in statistics. Survival models relate the time that passes before some event occurs to one or more covariates that may be associated with that quantity. In a proportional hazards model, the unique effect of a unit… …

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  • 120Bayes' theorem — In probability theory, Bayes theorem (often called Bayes law after Thomas Bayes) relates the conditional and marginal probabilities of two random events. It is often used to compute posterior probabilities given observations. For example, a… …

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