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comment Calculating statistic for multiple runs
absolutely true, thanks for your explanation.
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comment Calculating statistic for multiple runs
Thanks, really appreciate. Why is the underestimated variance better in your opinion?
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revised How to integrate out a function parameter
I updated to show the problem exactly
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comment Mathematical function for weighting results
Another update: if I know, taht maximum difference is D, how can I make this equal to 1, using the above function, and rescale all the other, smaller values respectively?
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comment Mathematical function for weighting results
Thank you very much Ilya. I further noticied that the basic function quite quickly reaches "high" weight values. if x and y differ by only 1, the value would still be at around 0.6. My values would most likely differ by 10-20, or even more, so I would like to be able to see big difference between 20 and 200, if that is the case. Should I simply divide the difference by 100 or other constant of mine or is there a better way to achieve what I described? thanks