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accepted How to express the traditional variogram for a non 2nd order stationary random function?
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accepted What is the CDF for the following PDF of a cut-off log-normal distribution (in Matlab)?
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comment Can decimal numbers be considered “even” or “odd”?
@Ben: I appreciate your publicaly revealing your downvote, but I still feel you took a very subjective approach (probably based upon above comments?) to this answer because there so many answers which get voted up even though they do not appear to be in the spirit of seeking understanding. :)
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comment What is the CDF for the following PDF of a cut-off log-normal distribution (in Matlab)?
The question is what is the CDF of the given distribution? If I know CDF then I can follow the rest of the steps...
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revised Can decimal numbers be considered “even” or “odd”?
added more clarified understanding from the similar link.
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comment What is the CDF for the following PDF of a cut-off log-normal distribution (in Matlab)?
Would it be correct if I find truncated normal random variables by generating the untruncated values and replacing those that are outside the limits. Then, finally use the truncated normal random variable, say y, as follow: r = rch * exp(y).?
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answered Can decimal numbers be considered “even” or “odd”?
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revised What is the CDF for the following PDF of a cut-off log-normal distribution (in Matlab)?
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asked What is the CDF for the following PDF of a cut-off log-normal distribution (in Matlab)?
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comment How to express the traditional variogram for a non 2nd order stationary random function?
@Shai: Can you figure out from that expression why the difference between expected values at both points should be added?
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comment How to express the traditional variogram for a non 2nd order stationary random function?
hmm..i'll see..thanks Shai Covo!