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217 slides for chapter 2, one way anova
This analysis seeks to answer the question: why is it that select countries produce Nobel laureates whereas other countries do not. The answers are based on the analysis of the following parameters: - Research expenses allocated by a country as a percentage of its GDP - Number of researchers per 1 Million people living in a country - Number of articles published per Million People in a country - PDI, IDV factors from Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory.
row<-40 col<-100 num<-seq(5,25,5) str<-seq(0.1,0.5,0.1)
row<-40 col<-100 num<-seq(5,25,5) str<-seq(0.05,0.25,0.05)
row<-40 col<-100 num<-seq(5,45,10) str<-seq(0.01,0.17,0.04) 0.1 * epsilon
An introductory lecture for my course, Analytic Methods for Lawyers, on how to deal with statistical distributions using R.
row<-40 col<-100 num<-seq(1,5,1) str<-seq(0.01,0.17,0.04) times<-50
Exploratory analysis example of personal activity monitoring data
Li Bo's report about the machine learning algorithms.