**Markov’s inequality** is an elegant and very useful inequality that relates the **probability** of an event concerning a **non-negative random variable**, , with the… 65 more words

## Tags » Probability

#### Mathematical Statistics Lesson of the Day - Markov's Inequality

#### Video Tutorial - Calculating Expected Counts in a Contingency Table Using Joint Probabilities

In an earlier video, I showed how to calculate expected counts in a contingency table using marginal proportions and totals. (Recall that expected counts are needed to conduct… 183 more words

#### Reading the Comics, July 24, 2014: Math Is Just Hard Stuff, Right? Edition

Maybe there is no pattern to how Comic Strip Master Command directs the making of mathematics-themed comic strips. It hasn’t quite been a week since I had enough to gather up again… 1,006 more words

#### Stationary processes

When I give a presentation about expert testing there is often a moment in which it dawns for the first time on somebody in the audience that I am not assuming that the processes are stationary or i.i.d. 1,022 more words