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Distribution fitting 16. How many colors are actually in the field?

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    Distribution fitting 16. How many colors are actually in the field?
  • Author: Jäntschi, Lorentz
  • Subjects: Statistics - Methodology ; 62d05, 62p10, 60e05 ; I.6.4 ; I.6.3
  • Description: A study to compare different methods of estimation was conducted. The goal was to provide an estimate for the number of petal colors existing in the field by using a random sample of Lycoris longituba flowers taken from the field. The study revealed that the estimation from observed sample agrees very well with third order Jackknife method of estimation. Comment: 5 pages; 3 tables; 1 figure; prepared for Prospectus for the 3rd Millennium Agriculture symposium
  • Identifier: Arxiv ID: 1205.4306

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