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Estimating Chi-Square Parameters with R

Steven Sanderson performs a test:

In the world of statistics and data analysis, understanding and accurately estimating the parameters of probability distributions is crucial. One such distribution is the chi-square distribution, often encountered in various statistical analyses. In this blog post, we’ll dive into how we can estimate the degrees of freedom (“df”) and the non-centrality parameter (“ncp”) of a chi-square distribution using R programming language.

Read on to learn more about the process of estimation while I grumble something about Bayesian analysis being better.