You Can't Handle the (Next) Proof!

Working through Apostol's Calculus Volume I for personal development. Stuck on a proof, again. Can you help?
posted by bfranklin on Mar 18, 2014 - 6 answers

You Can't Handle the Proof!

Working through Apostol's Calculus Volume I for personal development. Stuck on a proof. Can you help?
posted by bfranklin on Jan 25, 2014 - 7 answers

Salary Vs experience analysis

Need to do a simple analysis around pay and experience fairness. Example: Two project managers managing exactly same kind of projects and have similar performance levels: PM 1 -> Pay \$130,000 ; Experience 15 years; PM2-> Pay \$80,000 ; Experience 3 years; I want a mathematical way of analyzing if the person getting paid \$80,000 is being under payed. Now I know there are industry standards and charts available. I want to do something that may not be perfect but gives a sense. How much weight should be given to experience and can this be factored in mathematically? Please dont get hung up on accuracy. I want a logical analysis method that does not need to be entirely accurate. Also, where can I find industry charts comparing pay and experience
posted by r2d2 on Mar 3, 2012 - 12 answers

Resources for learning Matlab?

I'm starting a new job soon where I will be using Matlab a whole lot. I've used Matlab (and Octave) before and know the basics, but I want to become an expert. What book should I buy, or what other resources should I look into?
posted by no regrets, coyote on Jan 27, 2012 - 7 answers

Books on survey design and analysis?

I'm looking for books on survey design and statistical analysis.
posted by crazycanuck on Jul 31, 2007 - 4 answers

What is Multivarable Testing?

What is Multivariable Testing, really? It was mentioned in this NYTimes article, but the term is only ever used in relation to QualPro, Inc.. What is the real mathematical/statistical technique they're using? Is this related to the Taguchi Method? Can someone explain it to me?
posted by joshwa on Sep 19, 2006 - 5 answers

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