Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis (6th edition) Textbook Solutions Chapter 4 Problem 28

Home/Education/Textbook Solutions/Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis (6th edition) Textbook Solutions/Chapter 4/Problem 28 Problem Consider the air-pollution data given in Tables 1.5. Construct a Q–Q plot for the solar radiation measurements and carry out a test for normality based on the correlation coefficient rQ [see (4-31)]. Let α=.05 and use the entry corresponding to n = 40 in Read more…

Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis (6th edition) Textbook Solutions Chapter 4 Problem 29

Home/Education/Textbook Solutions/Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis (6th edition) Textbook Solutions/Chapter 4/Problem 29 Problem Given the air-pollution data in table 1.5, examine the pairs X5 = NO2 and X6 = O3 for bivariate normality. (a) Calculate statistical distances  where  (b) Determine the proportion of observation , falling within the approximate 50% probability contour of a bi variate normal distribution. (c) Read more…

Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis (6th edition) Textbook Solutions Chapter 4 Problem 27

Home/Education/Textbook Solutions/Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis (6th edition) Textbook Solutions/Chapter 4/Problem 27 Problem Consider the radiation data (with door closed) in example 4.10. Construct a Q–Q plot for the natural logarithms of these data. [Note that the natural logarithm transformation corresponds to the value λ = 0 in (4-34).] Do the natural logarithm Read more…

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