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# werkloosheid

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R Software Module: /rwasp_variancereduction.wasp (opens new window with default values)
Title produced by software: Variance Reduction Matrix
Date of computation: Thu, 09 Dec 2010 08:32:17 +0000

Statistical Computations at FreeStatistics.org, Office for Research Development and Education, URL http://www.freestatistics.org/blog/date/2010/Dec/09/t1291883468m155e3wbh3da9y7.htm/, Retrieved Sat, 25 May 2013 01:44:39 +0000

Original text written by user:

IsPrivate?
No (this computation is public)

User-defined keywords:

System-generated keywords (parent):
t1260889928ocfj7k6vdtlpjys (pk = 67964)
Estimated Impact
28

Dataseries X:
» Textfile « » CSV « » Stem and Leaf « » Histogram « » Kernel Density « » Harrell-Davis Quantiles « » Central Tendency « » Variability «

Output produced by software:

 Summary of computational transaction Raw Input view raw input (R code) Raw Output view raw output of R engine Computing time 1 seconds R Server 'RServer@AstonUniversity' @ vre.aston.ac.uk

 Variance Reduction Matrix V(Y[t],d=0,D=0) 0.438132768361582 Range 2.8 Trim Var. 0.273364705882353 V(Y[t],d=1,D=0) 0.112238457042665 Range 1.8 Trim Var. 0.0557013574660633 V(Y[t],d=2,D=0) 0.145362976406534 Range 1.8 Trim Var. 0.0801254901960784 V(Y[t],d=3,D=0) 0.280864661654135 Range 2.8 Trim Var. 0.131122448979592 V(Y[t],d=0,D=1) 0.703506205673759 Range 3 Trim Var. 0.52130081300813 V(Y[t],d=1,D=1) 0.103755781683626 Range 1.5 Trim Var. 0.0455 V(Y[t],d=2,D=1) 0.0984396135265701 Range 1.5 Trim Var. 0.0549679487179487 V(Y[t],d=3,D=1) 0.164525252525253 Range 1.8 Trim Var. 0.0906207827260462 V(Y[t],d=0,D=2) 1.08542063492064 Range 4 Trim Var. 0.710957661290323 V(Y[t],d=1,D=2) 0.388201680672269 Range 2.5 Trim Var. 0.252903225806452 V(Y[t],d=2,D=2) 0.336550802139038 Range 2.2 Trim Var. 0.223034482758621 V(Y[t],d=3,D=2) 0.517462121212122 Range 3 Trim Var. 0.323497536945813

Charts produced by software:

Parameters (Session):
par1 = 12 ;

Parameters (R input):
par1 = 12 ;

R code (references can be found in the software module):