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Bootstrapping

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Bootstrapping, or the bootstrap, is a statistical methodology that is frequently used in situations where standard distributional assumptions, such as normality, do not hold. In addition, the bootstrap can be used to estimate standard errors and confidence intervals for parameter estimates. ...

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