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Can we ask for an intuitive explanation on Machine Learning/Deep Learning topics?

Can we ask for an intuitive explanation of models, algorithms, and topics related to Machine Learning/Deep Learning topics? Like - Intuitive Explanation of "AutoEncoders" or "...
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Should we have some interactive games or tools about statistics and data science? If yes, Suggest game or tool ideas

In my opinion, such game should exist To learn basics of statistics and improve basic concepts. To improve site traffic. We can add those games beside the chat window, or as a sidebar beside main ...
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How can I reopen this question?

I have a question closed by a moderator. The close banner says This question needs to be more focused. It is not currently accepting answers. I'd like the question and I hope the question is ...
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What to do when an answer is wrong, but a comment box is too small?

Sometimes a user offers an Answer which can be proven false, but the proof doesn't fit in the comment box. Is there a best practice for pointing this out? (I'm explicitly not asking about differences ...
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Can we ask questions related to R Programming?

Questions related to programming/coding is mostly related to Stackoverflow. R is a programming language for statistical computing. Can we ask questions related to R-programming??
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Redirect questions to datascience.stackexchange.com?

I just came across this question: GPU vs TPU for convolutional neural networks (NLP), which seems more suited to datascience.stackexchange.com/ - than CrossValidated. Under "This question belongs ...
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Question closed, user asks it again

I made an interesting observation today. A user asked a question which was closed some time later, because the question needed more focus. As I scroll up, I see the same question being asked again ...
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Should we reduce the vote threshold for closing questions?

Currently, it takes 5 close votes from users with the vote-to-close privilege ($\ge3000$ reputation), or 1 vote from a moderator, to close a question. If the question is being closed as a duplicate ...
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I object to the closing of the following question

I see no other forum to raise this, so I'm raising it here. Question: Is there any consensus or literature on the proportion of font parameters within plots? I feel that this is a reasonable thing to ...
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Why was my flag declined while the question was closed for the flag reason?

I flagged this post as "needs details or clarity"; my flag was declined, while the question was closed as such. Am I missing something?
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Should trivial (bordering on (if not outright) ideological) edits to post be acceptable?

I don't intend this to be directed at the Mod and User in question, but this instance has me questioning what kinds of edits to posts are acceptable here. See this recent edit to a post of mine. It is:...
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Can we ask questions related to deep learning/AI?

This question appears to be off-topic because EITHER is not about statistics, machine learning, data analysis, data mining, or data visualization, OR it focuses on programming, debugging, or ...
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Has anyone else noticed a inflection point in their scores?

My activity on CV has not changed drastically over the past year or so, but I have noticed that lately, the past few months, I'm getting significantly more upvotes on my historical posts. Looking at ...
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Why can't I offer a bounty to this question?

I want to start a bounty again for this question (How do I perform an actual "posterior predictive check"?), since it hasn't received enough attention and no answer has been provided yet. ...
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Misunderstanding mark as duplicate question

My question1 has been marked "duplicate"2-4 and closed. I believe it's a misunderstanding, since the other question my question has been associated with is different. The other question asks why a ...
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Examples from http://www.tylervigen.com/spurious-correlations

I've found a site about "spurious correlations", namely: http://www.tylervigen.com/spurious-correlations Questions about examples (1 example -> 1 question) from the site are on topic?
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Is there a way to compile an ordered list of questions/answers that would form a tutorial for learning Statistics from scratch?

Is there a way to automatically compile a list of questions/answers ranked from easy to hard that would form a tutorial for learning Statistics from scratch? Currently SE is a Q&A site, but it ...
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Specificity of question vs near-duplicates?

Scenario In this question I ask for a solution that could be solved by selecting some distribution that satisfies some specified criteria and calculating the/a quantile position in python. For every ...
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“graph neural networks” tag?

We have tags for convolutionconv-neural-network and recurrent rnn networks, so I thought it might also be a good idea to have a graph-neural-network tag, since I've seen a fair number of such ...
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Inappropriate ad in sidebar

Just now (but I have seen it earlier, and even clicked on it. It must be false) this ad appeared What to do?
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“Absolute value” tag

We have a number of questions on absolute values of random variables, e.g. Expected value of the absolute standardized t distribution (this is what motivates this question) What is the expectation of ...
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The “mixture” vs. the “compound-distributions” tags

TL;DR: I have added a tag wiki and an excerpt to compound-distributions. The excerpt notes that these are also known as "mixtures", but that that term also has other uses. I have included a warning ...
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How can I get the “Watched Tags” to override the “Ignored Tags”?

I have a number of watched tags, such as "causality", "confounding", and "regression". I have one ignored tag, "R", since I am not an "R" person. However, if a question is tagged both with "R" and ...
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How can I find questions that are easy enough so that I can answer them?

I have been a huge fan of Cross Validated. This community has helped me learn mathematical statistics through a self-study- although it's hard to say that I self-taught myself with such amazing ...
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Why can I not ask a question here?

I have only 4 questions, now I am getting the message: No questions are accepted from this account. Why?
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Could stats stack exhange invest more money into the stats area, so more questions get answered

could you not hire a few data scientists to answer more questions, ,in stack overflow, this rate is much much higher..
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Did I ask questions on Simpson's or Berkson's Paradox over 30 days ago?

I'm not referencing Berkson's Paradox: How does pregnancy affect time for AIDS to emerge from women with HIV?; did I ask other such questions now deleted?
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Reopen mean of interval censored data question

This question was closed as being too vague. I disagree (and voted to open). I wanted to quickly explain why I think this is a well posed question, or at the least it suggests an important ...
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How to improve the purity of the question

I have a question about my Cross Validated post: How to incorporate the uncertainty of the model coefficients in the prediction interval of a multiple linear regression So what information is needed (...
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Dark Mode - Why/why not?

At Stack Overflow they have implemented the option to view the site in Dark Mode. Should we not at Cross Validated have the option of a Dark Mode like they have on Stack Overflow?
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New tag for the “Bayes theorem”

Shall we create a separate tag for the "Bayes theorem"? It is one of the crucial cornerstones of bayesian statistics and statistics overall. I find 1095 questions treating this topic.
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Are there questions on the modeling of the COVID-19 epidemic?

I'm a bit surprised that this seems to be the only spot of the Internet which hasn't been taken by storm by the COVID-19 infodemic (not necessarily a bad thing). Am I right, or has there been a raise ...
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Effect of actions done in protest to the SE company on site analytics

It's now been almost 6 months since the community has become widely aware of practices by the greater StackExchange company which a lot of people have disagreed with. There has been a lot of ...
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Community Promotion Ads — 2020

2020 has come! But… oops, where did the time go? It’s already March! Belated as it is, it’s time for a refresh of Community Promotion Ads! What are Community Promotion Ads? Community Promotion Ads ...
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Should we have a close reason like 'low value/level or trivial question'

It is nice that people can ask questions and get answers to whatever question they have. However, we tend to close and deleted questions when they are out of the bounds of the website (not interesting ...
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Has the rate of unanswered questions risen in the last year? [duplicate]

Disclaimer: I haven't been very active the last year, and I didn't perform a statistical analysis on actual CV traffic data, thus I may definitely be wrong. However, I have the impression that the ...
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Would it be silly to acknowledge CV in a manuscript?

If CV sets up my model for me/verifies my model and my department's statistician agrees with the model after the fact, wouldn't it be fair to credit CV and the statistician in the manuscript? Would ...
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Is it OK to ask for the CV community to review my answer to a post?

I responded to this post regarding EM vs. Deep Learning, with an answer, which is to the best of my knowledge a textbook answer to the question (Full disclosure, I have a solid background in neural ...
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Brainstorm: Should we collaborate with an alternative Q&A website? (and how?)

This question is a bit of an open discussion and on the edge of off-topic too broad, but I place it anyway since it is about an interresting development (and people may change/improve the question to ...
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Why not open the “r”, “spss” and “stata” tags to questions pertaining to these software?

I'd argue that this community are probably the best fit community to answer questions on R, Stata, SPSS, etc. but currently these are deemed "non-statistical questions" and closed. These programs are ...
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Why am I seeing sponsored advertisements?

I have "Do not show me more advertisements" checked in my preferences, which also inform me: You have earned the Reduce Ads privilege. If you'd prefer, you can re-enable them here. Nonetheless, SE ...
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What to do when one's exact question is previous posted with inconsistency in the answers?

I was curious about this exact question: What are the advantages of ReLU over sigmoid function in deep neural networks? Reading through there seems to be some confusion, mainly from user Alex R., who ...
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2019: a year in moderation

It's New Year's Day in Stack Exchange land... A distinguishing characteristic of these sites is how they are moderated: We designed the Stack Exchange network engine to be mostly self-regulating, ...
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How do I attach articles to a question or response in Cross Validated?

I understand it's simple to post hyperlinks to articles within a post. However in some cases articles are no longer available online or are behind a paywall. Would it be possible for Stack Exchange ...
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Two good questions (with good answers) about fitting after cross validation: to which should we point the dupes?

These two questions answer are very similar, and each has a good, highly upvoted, accepted answer: How to choose a predictive model after k-fold cross-validation?, and Training with the full dataset ...
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Why this question is tagged off-topic?

I just realised that my question has been tagged off-topic and closed. Could please somebody let me know why? From my point of view, the question is quite clear, relevant and to the point. Edit: ...
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Preventing minor stylistic edits on old, duplicated posts (or not pushing those posts at the top of the feed)

(Related to this question, which refers to users editing their own questions to make it appear at the top of the feed) I just reviewed about 5-6 suggested edits which were all the same: the user ...
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Beta regression 0/1 duplicates

I noticed that we have three threads which appear to address the exact same topic. Can someone with expertise in this area make a recommendation of which questions should be closed as a duplicate of ...
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How should I re-write my question?

How should I re-write my question to have it re-opened? Here is the question, which was closed today: comparing entities by their three different parameters
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What could be the possible reasons behind people posting substantial questions in CV chatroom?

I know that asking questions in chat is bad, discouraged, doesn't give proper chance to clarify doubts, bypasses quality control and undermines the purpose of the site itself. But could someone, ...

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