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I seem to recall in probabilty class that you can combine 2-uniqe sets -{A, B, C, D, E} with {a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j}

to form a pair. It is either a summation or some other function. Anyone know how.

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     Hello Editgap.....

    Are you talking about something like a data merge ......weighted by llikelihood of weight....with weight ? 

    .... you might estimate some number of quantiles for each set of replicates ...and then  
    average the quantile points...... then compare the results to a similar set
    of quantiles generated from your simulation data. 

    Fit an a priori distribution to each set of replicates within each distribution parameter...... average across sets, then you could compare
    to the parameters obtained from fitting the simulation data.

     

     

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      Posted: May 22, 2009, 9:30 pm - IP Logged

      Can you elaborate on what you mean?

      I was thinking to pair two unidentical sets, you find an interger the two sets have in common and pair up the numbers.

      An easy way to find common interger is to multiple the sum of set one with set two. That way you would get an even pair.

      The problem is I don't know if this is the goal or is it effective.

      IE instead of using the multiple of two sets, you can use the smallest digit that results in an even pair.

      Example for 2 unique sets of 5 instead of 5 * 5 or 25, you use 5. IE each number pairs precisely with one other number in the other set.

      Example II for 2 unique sets of 5 and 6 set, you will require 5 * 6 or 30 to get an even pair. Instead of a simple pair as in 5 by 5 in previous example, you get 30 instead of 5.

      Anyone recall this in probaility course.

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        Posted: May 22, 2009, 9:41 pm - IP Logged

        I seem to recall in probabilty class that you can combine 2-uniqe sets -{A, B, C, D, E} with {a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j}

        to form a pair. It is either a summation or some other function. Anyone know how.

        Simple..on paper that is..

        Aa Ba Ca Da Ea

        Ab Bb Cb Db Eb

        Ac Bc Cc Dc Ec

        Ad Bd Cd Dd Ed

        Ae Be Ce De Ee

        Af Bf Cf Df Ef

        Ag Bg Cg Dg Eg

        Ah Bh Ch Dh Eh

        Ai Bi Ci Di Ei

        Aj Bj Cj Dj Ej

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          Posted: May 22, 2009, 9:43 pm - IP Logged

          I seem to recall in probabilty class that you can combine 2-uniqe sets -{A, B, C, D, E} with {a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j}

          to form a pair. It is either a summation or some other function. Anyone know how.

          But each letter must have an assigned number

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            Posted: May 22, 2009, 9:56 pm - IP Logged

            Sherita,

            That seems like a combination of all sets.

            I am thinking of a simple combination that will give you simple pairing.

            I am not sure how to discribe it because I don't know what the purpose is.

            Try to see if anyone remembers.

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              Posted: May 22, 2009, 10:02 pm - IP Logged

              Sherita,

              That seems like a combination of all sets.

              I am thinking of a simple combination that will give you simple pairing.

              I am not sure how to discribe it because I don't know what the purpose is.

              Try to see if anyone remembers.

              True it is a combo of all sets. Example, if ABCDE =12345, then abcde =67890, see what I mean ..then all the combos would be different

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                Posted: May 24, 2009, 1:33 pm - IP Logged

                Simple..on paper that is..

                Aa Ba Ca Da Ea

                Ab Bb Cb Db Eb

                Ac Bc Cc Dc Ec

                Ad Bd Cd Dd Ed

                Ae Be Ce De Ee

                Af Bf Cf Df Ef

                Ag Bg Cg Dg Eg

                Ah Bh Ch Dh Eh

                Ai Bi Ci Di Ei

                Aj Bj Cj Dj Ej

                Sherita here is a challenge.

                How do you combine those numbers that if I chose a single digit from either set like B, g, j, D. That one of each pair contains the number using a minimum of a possible combinations.

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                  Posted: May 24, 2009, 1:46 pm - IP Logged

                  So you can see that any group that cointains all the possible pairs of A ie Aa Ab Ac Ad Ae Af Ag Ah Ai Aj would not be a sufficient answer because of the rule that you are combining one from set one and one from set 2 with B?, C?, D?, E? remaining.

                  In other words, you need a least combination from set 1 to set 2 which in this case is 2:1