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i.d

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• noun a card or badge used to identify the bearer

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• David Hedges, aka Dave.i.d., is a bit of a mystery.

New music: Dave.i.d. – Gangs EP Michael Cragg 2010

• I specifically used choose to deal with non-replacement rather than multiplying i.i.d probabilities.

• If you can generate that process long memory component + white noise etc using i.i.d series as driving noise, you can apply the above method.

• What is the null hypothesis in Fig 7 a and c significant regime shifts? i.i.d Gaussian?

• What is the null hypothesis in Fig 7 a and c significant regime shifts? i.i.d Gaussian?

• Yep, take N samples from i.i.d gaussian, sort the data in ascending order, sort the data in descending order..

• Indeed, this serves as rather a pretty illustration of non-i.i.d. errors in a pretty simple situation.

• Positive temporal correlation means that there must be low-frequency variation in the temperatures, not helping either. i.i.d process with annual deviation of 0.15 C would be easier to reconstruct in RMSE sense with noisy observations than a positively correlated process with 0.15 C sd driving noise – the former has lower variability.

• Regression assumptions presume independent identically distributed i..i.d errors, which is not demonstrated in MBH98 and appears to be untrue, although this discussion is beyond the scope of this article.

• But now here is a change for statistical inference: after we get 5-sigmas we can drop the ‘Gaussian i.i.d’ hypothesis.

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