A quick experiment in R can unveil the impact of sample size on the estimates we make from data. A small number of samples provides us less information about the process or system from which we’re collecting data, while a large number can help ground our findings in near certainty. See the earlier post on […]Read more "Animated: Mean and Sample Size"
Linear systems are systems that have predictable outputs when there are small changes in the inputs to the system. Nonlinear systems are those that produce disproportionate results for proportional changes in the inputs. Both linear and non-linear systems are common enough in nature and industrial processes, or more accurately, many industrial and natural processes can […]Read more "Animated Logistic Maps of Chaotic Systems in R"