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Apr
20
asked Distribution of sample minimum after bivariate selection (double truncation)
Feb
29
accepted Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
Feb
29
comment Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
Fantastic. Thanks!!
Feb
29
revised Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
Typo
Feb
29
comment Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
thanks for this. It is a great answer to my question as it was originally posted. However, I made a very silly typo... $\mu$ was meant to be the mean, not variance of $Y$! Hence the title of the question... I've edited it to avoid confusion. Apologies for the awful oversight
Feb
29
comment Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
Oh, thanks!! That was a terrible typo! I've fixed the question now
Feb
29
revised Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
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Feb
29
comment Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
@ByronSchmuland: Not sure I follow you... just to restate, my conjecture is that $\Pr(Y<b,X>a)$ is strictly decreasing in $\mu$ for all $b,a,\rho$. Your point is that this is not possible?
Feb
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revised Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
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Feb
29
reviewed Approve Parameterizing conditional expectations in terms of regression coefficients (gaussian case)
Feb
29
comment Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
Yes. With correlation noted $\rho{xy}$. I edited the question so that this is clear.
Feb
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revised Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
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Feb
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asked Derivative of joint probability wrt mean
Feb
29
asked Parameterizing conditional expectations in terms of regression coefficients (gaussian case)
May
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revised Conditions for positive dependence
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Jun
5
comment For which joint distributions is a conditional expectation an additive function?
Thanks, yes. Hm… Would you know of a characterisation for the (stronger) linear case?
Jun
5
comment For which joint distributions is a conditional expectation an additive function?
True. I only need that it is separable (additively decomposed)