Category: Resampling (statistics)

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Bootstrapping populations
Bootstrapping populations in statistics and mathematics starts with a sample observed from a random variable. When X has a given distribution law with a set of non fixed parameters, we denote with a v
Resampling (statistics)
In statistics, resampling is the creation of new samples based on one observed sample.Resampling methods are: 1. * Permutation tests (also re-randomization tests) 2. * Bootstrapping 3. * Cross vali
Jackknife resampling
In statistics, the jackknife (jackknife cross-validation) is a cross-validation technique and, therefore, a form of resampling.It is especially useful for bias and variance estimation. The jackknife p
Bootstrap error-adjusted single-sample technique
In statistics, the bootstrap error-adjusted single-sample technique (BEST or the BEAST) is a non-parametric method that is intended to allow an assessment to be made of the validity of a single sample
Balanced repeated replication
Balanced repeated replication is a statistical technique for estimating the sampling variability of a statistic obtained by stratified sampling.
Lehmer code
In mathematics and in particular in combinatorics, the Lehmer code is a particular way to encode each possible permutation of a sequence of n numbers. It is an instance of a scheme for numbering permu
Bootstrapping (statistics)
Bootstrapping is any test or metric that uses random sampling with replacement (e.g. mimicking the sampling process), and falls under the broader class of resampling methods. Bootstrapping assigns mea