1. Nonparametric (local polynomial) regression in R


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    Local polynomial regression models can be used as a more flexible alternative to linear regression. However, the nonparametric regression models are slightly more difficult to estimate and interpret than linear regression. This video explains almost everything you need to know about local polynomial models in R including choosing the bandwidth, estimating the model, plotting the regression, and estimating marginal effects. I use Wand and Ripley's KernSmooth package.

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    • Linger


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      SHORT FILM (2013) Unable to connect to the world around him, Josh makes a bizarre and impossible friendship with the ghostly echo of a girl who used to live in his apartment. Taking a hiatus after Troubleshooters (found in my video section), Linger was the first project I was actively involved in writing since sophomore year of college. It was exciting working out of the confines of the television format, and the short was devised to be affordable. Although I soon realized filming in my apartment was a mistake as it was too easy for me to reshoot things! Remember to like, share, comment!

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      • Hypnosis Regression with Dr Tracie O'Keefe


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        People are very curious if they can go back in time and remember certain things about their life: where they were, what they are doing, who was around them, what was happening. Well, it is absolutely possible. And hypnotists do use regression a great deal of the time. www.tracieokeefe.com www.doctorok.com www.facebook.com/tracieokeefe www.facebook.com/doctorokcom

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        • Module 14 - Regression


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          Discusses simple least squares linear regression analysis using a pre-formatted Excel workbook. Includes residual plot analysis for assumptions of this type of regression.

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          • Regression


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            Deja vu. We all get it. Why does something entirely new feel so old and familiar? Increasingly, people are turning to the soft science of regressive hypnosis and uncovering some pretty hard-to-explain memories. Regression takes viewers along for three such therapy sessions, blending archival and in-session footage to give new life to what appears to be some very old memories.

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            • LISA Short Course: Data Mining Basics


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              LISA (Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis) provided a series of evening short courses to help graduate students use statistics in their research. The focus of these two-hour courses was on teaching practical statistical techniques for analyzing or collecting data. March 18, 2013 Data Mining Basics Instructor: Marcos Carzolio Data mining is a growing field of research at the nexus of computer science and statistics. With the advent of the Internet and remote sensing, the challenges of manipulating and learning from “big data” have taken an increasingly prominent role in modern research. This short course will cover the fundamentals of the statistical aspects of data mining, from regression and classification to clustering and neural networks. Students should expect to leave the course with a broad understanding of the tools of statistical learning, along with a handful of references for the application of more advanced methods. Course files are available on the course webpage (http://www.lisa.stat.vt.edu/?q=node/5262).

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              • Progression in Regression - 2013 Bridger Bowl Point and Chute - 1st Place


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                Here is our winning edit for the 2013 Bridger Bowl Point and Chute competition. We are stoked to take home first place for the second year in a row. This is a tribute to Greg Stump and his rad-awesome movies. Randy Evans brings it back... Tom Jungst style. Hope you enjoy!! Directed.Produced.Edited by Axel Peterson

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                • regression of lunar nodes


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                  http://www.principiauniversi.com/ The ancient Greeks observed that the positions of ascending and descending nodes at which the Moon passes through the fixed plane of the Earth's orbit around the Sun, the ecliptic, decrease, i.e. orbit the Earth in the opposite direction to the Moon, in such a rate that the cycle of that regression amounts almost exactly 18.6 Earth's years. In other words, if the Moon, during the spring or autumn equinox, when viewed from stationary point on Earth, ascends at a certain position on the east horizon, describes the curve of his path and descends at another particular point on the west horizon, it would take 18.6 years for this trajectory to be repeated. In past centuries, developing lunar theory, many famous mathematicians and astronomers have dealt with described problem (Newton, Clairaut, D'Alembert, Euler, Laplace, Damoiseau, Plana, Poisson, Hansen, De Pontécoulant, J. Herschel, Airy, Delaunay, G.W. Hill, E.W. Brown) indicating its inherent difficulty and the theoretical and practical importance. The background sound is Simphonies of planets recorded by NASA Voyager.

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                  • Children Of The Sun


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                    My entry for the Genero.tv Dead Can Dance project.

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