Die don’t remember the last roll. Really. [General Sta­tis­tics]

posted by ElMaestro  – Denmark, 2020-06-28 14:45 (481 d 18:47 ago) – Posting: # 21584
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Hi Helmut,
and thank for trying to help.


If it did remember the last roll and the outcome was somehow a function of it, wouldn't that be correlation?

And how is the die and last roll mental image fitting in with Z and s being indepedent? I think it fits better into the mental picture of errors in a model being IID.

Or more generally:
From a sample of size N I am deriving two quantities A and B. Under what cicumstances will A and B be independent? A die with Alzheimer does not really shed light on it, does it?

Kindly help me a little more. I do not see the idea of the R code but it executes nicely except errors for idx.m and idx.v.:-)
Code on this forum rarely provides clarity for me. This has nothing to do with the code, but has everything to do with me :sleeping:

Pass or fail!
ElMaestro

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