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Java - Select the maximum integers from sliding windows over an array

So I have the following algorithm. Given an array A[0 ... n - 1] and the window length w, compute all the windows ...
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Identify IRC users with largest vocabulary ignoring links and short words

I wrote this script to figure out which users have the largest vocabulary on my irc server. I would like to see if there's any way to clarify what I consider a very quick script. It outputs a CSV ...
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Plot ellipse hypothesis plots with confidence intervals for multiple models

I have developed a function to graphically plot between two predictors of interest their confidence interval regions on an ellipse. It states whether the null hypotheses have been accepted for the one-...
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Computing a simple moving average on an array in C++

I have just started to learn C++ and wanted to improve my function. I am making a basic statistical API and am calculating an SMA (simple moving average) for some data. This function provides the ...
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A probability distribution function, to be called repeatedly during numerical integration

I am trying to speed up as much a possible this function in C++. As I explained in another post, Implementing multidimensional integral for a custom function in C++, this function will be used inside ...
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Most frequent element in an array, return lowest if multiple

I have been learning C++ for the past 2 weeks. Following is a problem I solved from Hackerrank. I am somewhat unsure if it's the correct way to solve this, even though I got the desired output. How ...
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Exponentially-weighted moving mean and standard deviation of an irregularly-spaced weighted time series

The following numpy/python function computes exponentially-weighted moving mean and standard deviation of an irregularly-spaced weighted time series. I want to make it faster by getting rid of the ...
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Implementation of a beta-binomial test in Python

I have been unable to find a Python function for performing beta-binomial test. There is, however, a binomial test function in the scipy.stats.binomtest and I have ...
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Monte-carlo simulation code - simple exercise

I created a quick monte-carlo simulation which seems to do what I want (simple version below). The code basically simulates a Poisson distribution, say this results in a simulation of ...
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Statistical bootstrapping in Python - is my code correct?

I wonder if my code for bootstrapping in Python is correctly coded or if there are logical flaws in it. It uses a 95% confidence interval. The code basically does the following for two datasets that ...
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Obtaining statistics from each batch

I fully admit that the code below is long and ugly. What's happening is that in the validation section of this machine learning model (used for text recognition), I would like to obtain the character ...
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Mean, median and mode GUI

This program takes x numbers and displays the mean, median and mode. My goal here was to use classes and class properties the best i could to make the code shorter (honestly i may have just made it ...
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Function to calculate the GC content variation in a sequence

I came across this BMC Genomics paper: Analysis of intra-genomic GC content homogeneity within prokaryotes And I implemented some Python functions to make this available as part of a personal project. ...
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Python program that analyzes a corpus for randomword generation

I play a lot of old-school western CRPGs, and most of them (if not all) require the player to generate an avatar at the start of a new game, including naming the character (with names that will never ...
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How to do kendalls tau in O(n log n)? O(n^2) is shown

I am trying write a method that will calculate kendalls tau in O(n log n) time. I have a managed to it in O(n^2) quite easily however I cannot find any GOOD explanation online that will describe with ...
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Mean and Variance for Math Library

Taking forward the code written for the math library I'm developing. I wrote templatized functions for mean and variance. std::accumulate() (or summation in ...
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Java simple stats program

This is a simple Java program I made that takes in any number, and when it gets to 0, it returns the quantity of the numbers, the min, max, sum, and average of the numbers. Are there any ways how I ...
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Python 3 script for statistiscal analysis of English vocabulary

This is a Python 3 script that statistically analyzes 105,230 words with a total of 913,935 characters, its results will be used for pseudoword generation purposes. You will need this file for it to ...
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After quite some time away from Haskell I am trying to brush up. To do so I am writing some basic linear regression functionality. The code produces the output expected. In essence I am trying to ...
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T-test Independence for a Pandas DataFrame

I want to calculate the scipy.stats.ttest_ind() for numeric columns in a pandas DataFrame with the binary target variable. ...
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Sampling distribution of the sample mean

This program generates the entire sample distribution of the sample mean. The parent population has elements that have N distinct values. Samples of size n are drawn, with replacement. When N and n ...
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Get mode of elements in a vector with rust - For loop borrowing and referencing [closed]

Before anyone marks this as duplicate, my question is only towards the median, and my approach is different from what the answer suggested. On getting the mode from a vector of values, I have the ...
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Modelling of partcle flow under electric field

This is my first modeling exercise on the particle flow. Recently, I read a paper https://acp.copernicus.org/articles/20/3181/2020/. After reading the paper, thought of modeling it in Python. It seems ...
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A Level Statistics Calculator/Helper For A Casio Fx-CG50 Calculator's MicroPython

I have made a program for my calculator's micropython, that can solve various a level statistics questions for me. However due to the limitations of the ...
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Calculate rolling mean and std over a pandas dataframe

I am trying to calculate the rolling mean and std of a pandas dataframe. So far I'm here: ...
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Statistics Calculator for Listed and Grouped Data

I made a statistics calculator based on raw data for my Edexcel IAL Statistics 1 course which I'm going to use in my calculator's MicroPython. I would like some suggestions for ways to further improve ...
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Block Bootstrap Estimation in Java - Part 3

This is an extension of Block Bootstrap Estimation in Java - Part 2. The text file text.txt can be found at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vLBoNmFyh4alDZt1eoJpavuEwWlPZSKX (please download the file ...
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Block Bootstrap Estimation using Java

The data are in a file called test.txt, which is available at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g0ffvH5oP5C4Cp6ciEp_L1Rst6WeTuYG/view?usp=sharing. There are some odd ...
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Simulation of Central Limiting Theorem (CLT)

The following is the simulation of Central Limiting Theorem from Statistics: ...
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Statistics Library with Sample, SampleBuilder and Tests

Introduction I'm working on a Statistics Library that can record observations and produce a Summary of the statistics when there's enough observations. Right now, it's at its early stages and is ...
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Select array element by its weight/probability

I coded a function that takes an array with numbers and randomly chooses one of these numbers (Returns the index of the chosen one). The value of each number works as an weight which determines the ...
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Survey Populate with List, Option Label and Formula, VBA

I am quite a novice. The below code does what I require but I was hoping you could help me speeding it up and simplifying it please. I know should start with basics when learning VBA..but it's just so ...
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Calculate the statistical mean of different files and save it into a CSV file

In this code I calculate the statistical functions of values from different files and save them into CSV files (one filer for each statistical function). ...
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Linear Regression Class in Python

I have recently been brushing up on my statistics and calculus and wanted to implement Linear Regression, the code will be for a calculus/statistics library I am working on (I know there are libraries ...
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Return probability (Javascript)

I've been working on a personal project. There's this game called TFT which is an autochess game. Each match is played by 8 players and there's a shared pool of champions. Each champion has their cost ...
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Shoe shine shop model in Rust and C++ - Follow-up

I've just refactored my Rust and C++ code which simulates the shoeshine shop model from this question. What else can be improved? C++: ...
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Shoe shine shop model in Rust

I'm learning Rust and a few questions did arise during translation of my C++ code to Rust. There are comments in Rust code I'd like to be answered. Is there an idiomatic way to solve this task? The ...
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Gamblers ruin, parallel compute trials

Context The following script is a quick implementation of the gambler's ruin problem. For each given upper bound on the number of rounds in a game max_iter, ...
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Statistics component of Finance Tracker

I'm doing a Java software engineering team project in school and my team has decided on a Finance Tracker application, which contains the main components of Expense, Budget, Statistics, Suggestions ...
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Using python to estimate the range of unstructured data

I have unstructured input-output data, f=f(x). I want to estimate the range of f as a function of x, given limited sampled. So, I tried to discretize the data use small bins in x to estimate the ...
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Estimate area of cropped circle with Monte Carlo

I looking around and not finding anything, I developed a simple function for estimating the area of a possibly cropped circle inside a frame. It uses a very basic MC implementation. It is pretty fast ...
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Fetch, plot, and send security incident statistics with Excel

TLDR: I don't develop for a living. If someone could point me in the right direction to make my script more readable/pythonic I would appreciate the assistance. In particular I'm struggling with the ...
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Remove outliers from N dimensional data

I have created a function that will remove outliers from a series of data. Generally the data n dimensional. Loosely, an outlier is considered an outlier if it +/- deviates by 1.5 standard_deviation's ...
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Query to plot a histogram of song ratings

I wrote code to plot a rating distribution, which looks like this: The most important function is the stats function: ...
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Calculating p-value for Welch's t-test

I am attempting to translate some of my Perl code to Ruby, from http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Welch%27s_t-test I am a very very beginner with Ruby, but I have verified that this is producing the ...
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A/B testing using chi-square to calculate the significance in an elegant way

The definition of ABtest Goal: For input data, each pair row is a group such as 0 and 1, 2 and 3. I want to test whether each group is significant using chi-square. If result is significant and ...
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BiasedOptionChooser<T>: a class to do “weighted random choices”

I need to select "random" elements from a collection. Random is quoted because I must assign a weight to each element; elements with higher weights have a greater chance of being selected. To achieve ...
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Simple Linear Regression in C++

Python has amazing sci-kit learn library but I am building some projects on C++ with involves some machine learning algorithms. I found machine learning libraries in C++ involves more dependencies so ...
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Markov-chain sentence generator in Python

I wrote a Markov-chain based sentence generator as my first non-trivial Python program. I mainly used C before, so I probably have ignored a lot of Python conventions and features, so any advice would ...
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