conditional distribution


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conditional distribution

[kən′dish·ən·əl dis·trə′byü·shən]
(statistics)
If W and Z are random variables with discrete values w1, w2,…, and z1, z2,…, the conditional distribution of W given Z = z is the distribution which assigns to wi, i = 1,2,…, the conditional probability of W = wi given Z = z.
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Particularly, the price elasticity of body weight outcomes with regard to fast food prices was found to be heterogeneous over the conditional distribution of BMI for adolescents in a cross-sectional analysis with larger associations at higher BMI quantiles (Auld and Powell 2009).
In more general terms, a conditional distribution is any distribution that is conditioned on a set of known values for some of the variables, that is, on information set (Alexander 2001).
To compute P(W | A), we consider the conditional distribution of payoffs given that all payoffs are less than or equal to 50.
The full conditional distribution for a scalar genetic interaction effect is expressed as the following Normal distribution:
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The article then evaluates the in-sample and out-of-sample performance of conditional distribution functions in calculating VaRs.
An examination of the distribution of the data revealed that there were no discernable differences in the class size effect between different quantiles of the conditional distribution of test scores.
An ordinary least squares (OLS) regression is based on the mean of the conditional distribution of the regression's dependent variable.
The basic idea behind the Gibbs sampling algorithm is to successively sample from the conditional distribution of each node given all the others in the graph (these are known as full conditional distributions): the Metropolis-within-Gibbs algorithm is appropriate for difficult full conditional distributions .

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