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2013-12-03 23:33:13

The tutorials help students learn data analysis skills as well as the use of SPSS (PRWEB) December 03, 2013 Statistics Consultation has launched an exclusive service for providing tutorials in statistics. The firm has a wealth of knowledge on their staff in the form of many experienced PhD statisticians. They have decided to tap into this expertise and share their knowledge with students. Their tutorial service has been designed with modern day requirements in mind. As the service is...

2013-03-13 08:41:43

The Evolution of Regression Modeling: From Classical Linear Regression to Modern Ensembles SAN DIEGO, March 13, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Regression is one of the most popular modeling methods among data scientists, analysts, and statisticians. Many from these communities all over the world have joined the forefront webinar series "The Evolution of Regression Modeling: From Classical Linear Regression to Modern Ensembles" presented by Salford Systems. The series addresses the...

2011-10-03 10:00:00

Minitab, the leading provider of software for quality improvement, will offer public training sessions for professionals in the Phoenix area November 15-22. Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 03, 2011 In a highly competitive economy, keeping your skills sharp isnât just an advantageâ”itâs a necessity. Quality improvement practitioners in the Phoenix, Ariz. area will have the opportunity to refine their skills by attending public training sessions being...

2011-09-26 19:00:00

Minitab, the leading provider of software for quality improvement, will offer public training sessions for professionals in the San Jose area November 7-11. State College, PA (PRWEB) September 26, 2011 In a highly competitive economy, keeping your skills sharp isnât just an advantageâ”itâs a necessity. Quality improvement practitioners in the San Jose area will have the opportunity to refine their skills by attending public training sessions...

2010-12-23 01:57:51

When will runners and swimmers reach their physical limit Running and swimming records are broken again and again at almost every international athletics event. But, can human performance continue to improve indefinitely? Will runners continue to accelerate off the starting blocks and reach the finish line in faster and faster times? Will swimmers always be able to dive into the record books with a quicker kick? Writing in the International Journal of Applied Management Science, researchers...

2009-09-29 00:54:43

The so-called July Phenomenon, an increase in hospital mistakes due to an influx of new medical school graduates, is a myth, U.S. researchers say. The study, published in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons, finds no evidence of July Phenomenon. The results of our study add to a growing body of evidence suggesting that the July Phenomenon does not exist in major trauma centers with appropriate guidance and supervision of residents, study researcher Dr. Peter Fischer of the...

2008-10-02 03:00:25

By Longenecker, Ken Abstract: Estimating body size of fishes from remains recovered from piscivores, archaeological sites, and sedimentary deposits is desirable but rarely accomplished because the relationships between the size of a fish and its durable anatomical structures are largely unknown. Regression equations to predict the size or weight of 41 common Hawaiian reef fishes from sagittae (saccular otoliths) are presented. Data are also grouped into higher taxa to permit size...

2008-08-17 18:00:51

By CARL BIALIK By Carl Bialik The Wall Street Journal In 40 years, every single American could be overweight, according to a recent study. Employing that same logic, 13 out of every 10 adult Americans by then won't have landlines. The phone forecast is impossible, of course, but it's arguably no less solidly grounded than the obesity forecast. The weight projection uses three data points spread out over nearly three decades to estimate a linear trend - then brazenly draws that line...

2007-11-11 03:00:00

By Sabia, Joseph J Controlling for a wide set of individual- and family-level observables available in the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, ordinary least squares (OLS) estimates show that sexually active adolescents have grade point averages that are approximately 0.2 points lower than virgins. However, when information on the timing of intercourse decisions is exploited and individual fixed effects are included, the negative effect of sexual intercourse disappears for...