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comment What is the use of moments in statistics
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comment What is the use of moments in statistics
Moments are overrated: You said that the (infinite) collection of all the moments is enough to identify the distribution, that is incorrect, the lognormal distribution is counterexample. It works on finite intervals, though. Neither is it correct that population moments are well estimated by sample moments, above the first few, the sample variation is to enourmous!
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