[R] confidence intervals
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Mon Aug 29 02:55:02 CEST 2022
Thank you for your comments, and feed-back message. I am very happy to
learn from the experience of the people on R mailing list, and without any
doubt, I am very thankful to you and to everyone for sharing their
knowledge. I do apologize for any confusion that I have created unwillingly
with my previous email.
About my previous email related to the confidence intervals: indeed I have
posted the question with a detailed description on stackoverflow, and the
link is listed below.
I have to admit that I have been in rush willing to have the suggestions of
R-help members by Monday (if that would have been possible), as I have to
make a decision at the beginning of this week on whether I need to re-code
the shell script in R. I have a deadline on Wed. The script itself is less
important per se, I have included it just to point our the origin of my
I do certainly respect the principles of online R-help community, and I
would very much appreciate if I could have your advice on the following :
shall a "R code related emergency" arise, would it be acceptable to post
the question on stackoverflow with the corresponding data tables and
detailed code, and to refer the posting on R-help mailing list ?
If it is acceptable at least for a single email, and if you do not mind, I
could mention the link to stackoverflow, inviting our members to read it,
shall they be comfortable with this topic.
Thanks a lot, have a good week !
On Sat, Aug 27, 2022, 6:52 PM David Winsemius <dwinsemius using comcast.net>
> You cross-posted this to StackOverflow and did not say so. ... and you
> posted in HTML Bad dog squared. I cast one of the close votes on SO, but
> here I can only say ... READ the Posting Guide.
> You also give no citation other than someone's Github files with minimal
> comments in that material. You should indicate whether this code has any
> solid support. Why do you think this code is something to depend upon?
> After all, you been posting questions on R-help for several months.
> Don't you think you should make a good faith effort to understand the
> principles underlying this resource?
> On 8/26/22 17:55, Bogdan Tanasa wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > Although I know that it is not a statistics mailing list, given my work
> > ICeChIP
> > I would appreciate to have the answer to a question :
> > given two variables a and b (a and b can have 1000 paired-values) and a
> > calibration number "cal",
> > why the 95 confidence interval has been calculated as such for each value
> > a(i) and b(i) :
> > 100 / cal * sqrt (( a/ (b^2) + (a^2) / (b ^3)) * 1.96
> > Thank you,
> > Bogdan
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