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Optimal Nonparametric Testing of Missing Completely At Random, and its Connections to Compatibility - Tom Berrett

Structural Breaks and Shape Constraints Optimal Nonparametric Testing of Missing Completely At Random, and its Connections to Compatibility Tom Berrett (University of Warwick) 20 May 2022

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A Theoretically Tractable Framework for K Fold Cross Vaidation - Sabyasachi Chatterjee

Structural Breaks and Shape Constraints A Theoretically Tractable Framework for K Fold Cross Vaidation Sabyasachi Chatterjee (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 19 May 2022

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Noisy Linear Inverse Problems Under Convex Constraints: Exact Risk Asymptotics in High Dimensions - Qiyang Han

Structural Breaks and Shape Constraints Noisy Linear Inverse Problems Under Convex Constraints: Exact Risk Asymptotics in High Dimensions Qiyang Han (Rutgers University) 16 May 2022

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RESULT_HIP Study Procedures_Data Collection_13May2022 with commentary.mp4

A guide to study procesures and data collection for the RESULT-HIP trial.

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Learning mixtures and DNA copy-numbers from bulk sequencing of tumor samples

Speaker: Brian Arnold, Senior Data Scientist, Princeton University. Abstract: As tumors expand, they evolve via the accumulation of copy-number aberrations (CNAs; amplifications or deletions…

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Vinny Davies (University of Glasgow) Computational Metabolomics as a game of Battleships

28 January 2022 Vinny Davies (University of Glasgow) Computational Metabolomics as a game of Battleships Liquid chromatography (LC) coupled to tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS) is widely used in…

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Data Literacy for Beginners

Data Literacy for Beginners is a one-hour webinar designed to introduce staff and students to the concepts first published in a popular statistics pamphlet, entitled How To Lie with Statistics, by…

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Stuart Anderson - Data, ML and AI

Controversies in the Data Society 2022

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The Central Limit Theorem

Discrete Mathematics and Probability 2021/22 Week 11 Part 2 The Central Limit Theorem

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REBM Week 8 - Part b)

This is Part b) of a series of two recorded lectures on the theme The independent samples t-test: Engaging with theory and practice.

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Aretha Teckentrup (Edinburgh) - Surrogate models in Bayesian inverse problems

This recording is in the process of being subtitled. We aim to have edited captions available within 2 weeks of publishing. 18 October 2021 Aretha Teckentrup (Edinburgh) - Surrogate models in…

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REBM Week 6 - MMD

This video recording provides an overview of all three of parts a) to c) of the REBM lectures series for Week 6. The theme for this series is Testing for Normality to assist in deciding whether to…

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REBM Week 5a)

This is the first in a series of recordings for Week 5 of the Year MBChB coourse Research and Evidence-Based Medicine on the general topic 'Hypothesis tests and related statistics –…

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Week 4 a) - MMD

This is the first in a series of three recorded lectures considering the graphical origins of the p-value and the corresponding different approaches to performing one- and two-tailed tests.

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REBM Week 3 - Part b) - Component 1 (MMD)

This is the second in a series of recorded lectures on the topic of diagnostic statistics for research and clinical practice.

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Smallpipes

Fin Moore plays Trad., Bràigh Loch Iall.

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