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accepted Joint density with continuous and binary random variable
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comment Joint density with continuous and binary random variable
@ Michael Hardy. Thank you. I upwoted your answer originally, but someone downvoted it after that.
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asked Joint density with continuous and binary random variable
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comment What are conditions on $x$ that make roots of $y^2 + 2xy - 2 = 0$ greater than 1 in absolute value?
@ Git Gud Thank you! Does this mean that most likely I would not be able to find answer if $x,y\in\mathbb{C}\setminus\mathbb{R}$.
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comment What are conditions on $x$ that make roots of $y^2 + 2xy - 2 = 0$ greater than 1 in absolute value?
Yes, I corrected.
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revised What are conditions on $x$ that make roots of $y^2 + 2xy - 2 = 0$ greater than 1 in absolute value?
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revised What are conditions on $x$ that make roots of $y^2 + 2xy - 2 = 0$ greater than 1 in absolute value?
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revised What are conditions on $x$ that make roots of $y^2 + 2xy - 2 = 0$ greater than 1 in absolute value?
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revised What are conditions on $x$ that make roots of $y^2 + 2xy - 2 = 0$ greater than 1 in absolute value?
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comment What are conditions on $x$ that make roots of $y^2 + 2xy - 2 = 0$ greater than 1 in absolute value?
Ok, what about the other case?
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asked What are conditions on $x$ that make roots of $y^2 + 2xy - 2 = 0$ greater than 1 in absolute value?
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comment Bandwidth selection for kernel density estimation, using a Weibull kernel
You might also check R and the package: cran.r-project.org/web/packages/np/index.html which has a lot of nonparameric functionality or the simple function density(x). Also your question would probalby fit more discussions on stats.stackexchange.com
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comment Bandwidth selection for kernel density estimation, using a Weibull kernel
My guess is that your noise is due to the innapropriately selected kernel. I would suggest using the Epanechnikov kernel and the "rule-of-thumb" bandwidth. It will estimate any sufficiently smooth density (including asymetric ones). Which software do you use?
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comment Bandwidth selection for kernel density estimation, using a Weibull kernel
May I ask what is the motivation of using the Weibull kernel?
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comment Bandwidth selection for kernel density estimation, using a Weibull kernel
Have you checked if this "rule-of-thumb" works for you?