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Basic Multivariate Concepts and Visualization

Abstract

This chapter provides a short introduction to several probabilistic and statistical concepts in the multivariate setting such as, e.g., dfs, contour plots, covariance matrices and densities (cf. Section 10.1), and the pertaining sample versions (cf. Section 10.2) which may be helpful for analysing data.

Keywords

Contour Plot Random Vector Survivor Function Kernel Density Multivariate Distribution 
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