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forced BE? [Design Issues]

posted by Helmut Homepage - Vienna, Austria, 2017-08-07 14:00  - Posting: # 17669
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Hi ElMaestro,

» That is indeed why we need to apply more bootstrapping in BE.

Duno whether we need it. Of course, one can do it since the GL only speaks about “an appropriate sample size calculation.” Whatever that might be.

» It, too, tells what sample size we need, but in contrast to ordinary power calcs it allows one to take into account that residuals may not be normal even though the evaluation itself makes that assumption.

Right. But IMHO, the quality of bootstrapping depends on the input. Remember what you once wrote?

OT: In your current signature you claim to have “an affair with the bootstrap”. Really an affair? I mean, does it respond to your love? Or is it just calf love?

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