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Prove it, without a cop-out. 

Meanwhile, here are your gems: 
  • Thinks skewed samples don't affect the population stats and they lead to higher accuracy. 
  • Still can't figure out an algebra I concept: logarithmic model vs exponential one.
  • Can't define Bias.
  • Ops have no thoughts of your own.
  • Thinks you can drive an 18 wheeler because you drove a manual transmission through the Rockies. 
  • Should I go on?

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Vegas » 29 Jul 2022, 1:12 pm » wrote: Prove it, without a cop-out. 

Meanwhile, here are your gems: 
  • Thinks skewed samples don't affect the population stats and they lead to higher accuracy. 
  • Still can't figure out an algebra I concept: logarithmic model vs exponential one.
  • Can't define Bias.
  • Ops have no thoughts of your own.
  • Thinks you can drive an 18 wheeler because you drove a manual transmission through the Rockies. 
  • Should I go on?
Prove them.

Without cop outs.

Assuming your rule on demands applies to you..
 

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Blackvegetable » 29 Jul 2022, 1:31 pm » wrote: Prove them.

Without cop outs.

Assuming your rule on demands applies to you..
Well, you are going to just strike-through all of this and not read a **** word. I'll just have it for later, at least. God knows how much you love repeating the same ****. 
  • Thinks skewed samples don't affect the population stats and they lead to higher accuracy. 
Well, I just destroyed you yesterday about the skewed sample one. Provided that you can even remember the conversation: I'll give you a hint, you cried to Phelix to help you...which didn't work.
Still can't figure out an algebra I concept: logarithmic model vs exponential one.
If you want to give a shot , I am still waiting. No Googling formulas ****. I want you to desxribe the conceptual difference in your own words. 
Coward.
Can't define Bias.
Evidenced by the fact that you see nothing wrong with having partial judges that will favor you. 
Ops have no thoughts of your own.
Easy one: (1) Liberal Forum Political Chat Room - Topics started by Blackvegetable Happy reading.
Thinks you can drive an 18 wheeler because you drove a manual transmission through the Rockies. 
In your words. 
Prediction: You will demand me to go dig it all up. **** you. You know that you said it.
Should I go on?
Pointless, you probably already struck through everything.

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Blackvegetable » 29 Jul 2022, 8:01 am » wrote: Who lost the election for POTUS in 2020?

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And who lost the elections in Russia and Uganda?
 

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dickens » 29 Jul 2022, 2:57 pm » wrote: And who lost the elections in Russia and Uganda?
товарищ, пожалуйста

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Squatchman » 28 Jul 2022, 3:55 am » wrote: Sounds like Obama was a very popular guy to me.
Just like Putin. But in that case progressive people see  it as an evidence of electoral fraud.

"United Russia’s reported election results are so improbable as to violate Gauss’s groundbreaking work on statistics.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/eu ... story.html
Squatchman » 28 Jul 2022, 3:55 am » wrote: Trump never got 100% of the votes in any precinct,right?
In Michigan in 2020 he got 100% in two precincts. But the number of voters in those precincts were 1 and 2. This does not contradict Gauss’s groundbreaking work on statistics.
 
 
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Blackvegetable » 28 Jul 2022, 6:51 pm » wrote: Instead of the reflexive stupidity, why don't you make the case that
That's how you react when can't make a valid scientific objection?
Blackvegetable » 28 Jul 2022, 6:51 pm » wrote: A) the study of russian voting relied on a deviation from a normal distribution on a precinct by precinct basis
At least some of them are on precinct basis. See viewtopic.php?p=2089854#p2089854
Blackvegetable » 28 Jul 2022, 6:51 pm » wrote: B) and that your neighborhood in Krasnoyarsk is as diverse as NYC...
It is very diverse economically and socially.
 
 

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When Hillary ran and lost she demanded a recount .
In about 1/3 of the Detroit Precincts THAT ALLOWED THEMSELVES TO BE RECOUNTED there were more votes for Hillary than there were "people" who were registered to vote.
Once the truth got out to THE DETROIT FREE PRESS....Hillarys' recount was called off for some reason.

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Blackvegetable » 29 Jul 2022, 3:01 pm » wrote: товарищ, пожалуйста
LOL you studied Ellipses lil General 
 

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dickens » 30 Jul 2022, 5:48 pm » wrote: That's how you react when can't make a valid scientific objection?

At least some of them are on precinct basis. See viewtopic.php?p=2089854#p2089854

It is very diverse economically and socially.
That's how you react when can't make a valid scientific objection?
Tell you shift supervisor to find someone who took high school stats, tovarish...

And then acknowledge the ACTUAL criteria used to question russian election results.
 

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Blackvegetable » 30 Jul 2022, 8:02 pm » wrote: Tell you shift supervisor to find someone who took high school stats, tovarish...

And then acknowledge the ACTUAL criteria used to question russian election results.
Criterion to question Russian election was deviations from Gaussian distribution. It was used to estimate that between 10 and 20 millions of votes were fraudulent.

If you are so educated end wise post your critique on Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... gularities
 
 
 

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dickens » 30 Jul 2022, 8:52 pm » wrote: Criterion to question Russian election was deviations from Gaussian distribution. It was used to estimate that between 10 and 20 millions of votes were fraudulent.

If you are so educated end wise post your critique on Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... gularities
Specifically, the EP curve demonstrates a clear Gaussian between 15% and 27% and then a long heavy tail. Here we have to notice that it is the only party with this tail. Moreover, there are weird peaks around “magic” numbers: 50%, 55%, …,100%. Hence, the expected normal behaviour is violated and it can be only the result from a voluntary action.


This is an entirely different analysis.

 
 

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dickens » 30 Jul 2022, 8:52 pm » wrote: Criterion to question Russian election was deviations from Gaussian distribution. It was used to estimate that between 10 and 20 millions of votes were fraudulent.

If you are so educated end wise post your critique on Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... gularities

https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... n_analysis

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Blackvegetable » 31 Jul 2022, 5:20 am » wrote: Specifically, the EP curve demonstrates a clear Gaussian between 15% and 27% and then a long heavy tail. Here we have to notice that it is the only party with this tail. Moreover, there are weird peaks around “magic” numbers: 50%, 55%, …,100%. Hence, the expected normal behaviour is violated and it can be only the result from a voluntary action.

This is an entirely different analysis.
This is what Washington Post meant by "United Russia’s reported election results are so improbable as to violate Gauss’s groundbreaking work on statistics.”
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/eu ... story.html

Here is the raw data for Michigan: https://osf.io/8zetx

You will see the same heavy tail and peaks at magic numbers. And you can estimate the number of votes stolen. Tell me you result.

 
 

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dickens » 31 Jul 2022, 1:31 pm » wrote: This is what Washington Post meant by "United Russia’s reported election results are so improbable as to violate Gauss’s groundbreaking work on statistics.”
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/eu ... story.html

Here is the raw data for Michigan: https://osf.io/8zetx

You will see the same heavy tail and peaks at magic numbers. And you can estimate the number of votes stolen. Tell me you result.
Michigan?

Excellent choice, tovarish

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In 2008, or 2012?

Will this require a crayon?


 

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Blackvegetable » 31 Jul 2022, 2:16 pm » wrote: Michigan?

Excellent choice, tovarish

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In 2008, or 2012?

Will this require a crayon?
Want to blame the Black again?

User FOS wrote extensively about Blacks at this forum. In particular he emphasized their low intelligence. So this issue is not controversial at this forum.

Is your contention that because of this low intelligence they faked  the numbers so stupidly as to violate Gaussian distribution and thus get exposed?

 
 

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dickens » 01 Aug 2022, 11:40 am » wrote: Want to blame the Black again?

User FOS wrote extensively about Blacks at this forum. In particular he emphasized their low intelligence. So this issue is not controversial at this forum.

Is your contention that because of this low intelligence they faked  the numbers so stupidly as to violate Gaussian distribution and thus get exposed?
Stop being a witless twat.

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Blackvegetable » 01 Aug 2022, 11:42 am » wrote: Stop being a witless twat.
You are projecting your own anthropology onto the others.
 
 

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GHETTOBLASTER » 30 Jul 2022, 6:03 pm » wrote: When Hillary ran and lost she demanded a recount .
In about 1/3 of the Detroit Precincts THAT ALLOWED THEMSELVES TO BE RECOUNTED there were more votes for Hillary than there were "people" who were registered to vote.
Once the truth got out to THE DETROIT FREE PRESS....Hillarys' recount was called off for some reason.
Would be interesting to look at the data.
 
 

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dickens » 01 Aug 2022, 3:36 pm » wrote: You are projecting your own anthropology onto the others.
Please.

This hypothesis of yours is crap, for numerous reasons stated.

 

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