Introduction The more advanced methods in statistics have generally been developed to answer real-world questions, and ANOVA is no different. How do we answer questions in the real world, as to which route from home to work on your daily commute is easier, or How would you know which air-conditioner to choose out of a […]Read more "Two Way ANOVA in R"
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"
Background For a lot of people, the rubber hits the road in data analysis when they can describe the relationships between everyday things they deal with. How does the gas mileage of the cars we manufacture vary with the vehicle’s weight, or the size of the wheels? How does the fuel that consumers use change the […]Read more "Linear and Polynomial Models in R"