This answer just seems plain wrong to me. http://stats.stackexchange.com/a/501/39632 The question states that there are more features than observations, so backwards stepwise selection (which would ...
This recent question has just been converted into a community wiki (CW): When (if ever) is a frequentist approach substantively better than a Bayesian? I understand that the idea behind converting ...
I've noticed that community wiki status is sometimes applied forcibly to posts that moderators judge are not quite a good fit for this site -- too broad, too open-ended, or too likely to attract ...
Firstly, my opinion about book(or other material) recommendation question is: they are very positive and useful! Recently I came across with a question that was asking for book recommendation in an ...
I know it is stupid question, but honestly, I can't find any link that would point me there. Maybe it doesn't exist in a way I expect it to find? Maybe there is no wiki per se, and one makes entry ...
This is a proposed community wiki to collect pictures of unsupervised clustering of data sets, e.g. k-means and ANN, approximate nearest neighbors. Both pictures of clusters themselves, and diagrams ...
Although the exact meaning of community wiki on stats.SE is not completely decided, it seems like the intention is that it should mostly be used for things that don't really have definite answers, ...
We have somewhat of an on-going problem in that "community wiki" is not perfectly defined (and even so far as it is defined in the stackoverflow world, it's conceivable that it should have a different ...