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I'd like to experiment with using inverse gamma distribution for my data set.

If my data was distributed normally, I would have to find sigma and median, and I would be all set.

For inverse gamma distribution, I understand that I'll have to find alpha and beta.

How do I do that?

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Found this article, which answers my question

Estimating an Inverse Gamma distribution

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