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side is the present value of the f
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In classical statistics, the parameter is viewed as a fixed unknown constant and inferences are made utilising the distribution fX(x |θ) even after the data x has been observed. Conversely, in a Bayesian approach parameters are treated as random and so may be equipped with a probability distribution.
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For count data, a probabilistic forecast is a predictive probability distribution, P, on the set of the nonnegative integers.
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Strict propriety ensures that both calibration and sharpness are being addressed by the prediction (Winkler, 1996).
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יקלח ןיד קספ לע רערעל ןתינ אליפוסה ןידה קספ לע רוערעה תרגסמב 3 795 ךשמהב הילע רערעל ןתינ אל )תושרב( הירחאל דימ םיכילה בוכיע רבדב הטלחה לע רוערע שגוה אל םא
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[...] ensures that both calibration and sharpness are being addressed by the prediction (Winkler, 1996).
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Strict propriety

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Strict propriety ensures that both [...] and sharpness are being addressed by the prediction (Winkler, 1996).
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calibration

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Strict propriety ensures that both calibration and [...] are being addressed by the prediction (Winkler, 1996).
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sharpness

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[...] contend that the goal of probabilistic forecasting is to maximize the sharpness of the predictive distributions subject to calibration.
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Gneiting et al. (2007)

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Gneiting, Balabdaoui, and Raftery (2007) contend that the goal of probabilistic forecasting is to [...] of the predictive distributions subject to calibration.
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maximize the sharpness

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Gneiting, Balabdaoui, and Raftery (2007) contend that the goal of probabilistic forecasting is to maximize the sharpness of the predictive distributions subject to [...].
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calibration

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For count data, a probabilistic forecast is a [...] on the set of the nonnegative integers.
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predictive probability distribution, P,

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Flashcard 4659093572876

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For count data, a probabilistic forecast is a predictive probability distribution, P, on [...].
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the set of the nonnegative integers

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In classical statistics, the parameter is viewed as a fixed unknown constant
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In classical statistics, the parameter is viewed as a fixed unknown constant and inferences are made utilising the distribution fX(x |θ) even after the data x has been observed. Conversely, in a Bayesian approach parameters are treated as random and so may be eq

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In classical statistics, inferences are made utilising the distribution fX(x|θ) even after the data x has been observed
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In classical statistics, the parameter is viewed as a fixed unknown constant and inferences are made utilising the distribution fX(x |θ) even after the data x has been observed. Conversely, in a Bayesian approach parameters are treated as random and so may be equipped with a probability distribution.

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In Bayesian statistics, parameters are treated as random and so may be equipped with a probability distribution
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