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>> No.11300882 [View]
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Connes' embedding conjecture disproven by quantum information theorists.
https://arxiv.org/abs/2001.04383

Threadly reminder to work with physicists.

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Hello, stats question please. Confidence intervals.

Let's say I have 5,000 daily values in a time series, and that the sample standard deviation of those 5,000 values is 10, with a mean of, say, 0.

I would say that, with 90% confidence, the next day's value will be between -10 and 10, right?

But I had this discussion with someone who says that you need to divide the SD by sqrt(5000-1), -> (-.14, .14)

I of course know the formula that they are using, but I forget why and when that's used, seems retarded here. What's going on? pic is dog

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>>10538754
based AF

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*tink tonk*
shloop shleep
ahhh



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