Statistics by Brian Spiering
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|Front||The probability that x will lie in an interval (a, b) is given by|
|Front||functional data analysis|
|Back||analyzing data providing information about curves, surfaces or anything else varying over a continuum. eg: time, spatial location, wavelength, probabilityhint: use derivativesleads to purely functional models such as those defined by differential equations, often called dynamical systems.|
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