Subject today: errors. And we will review formulae to handle them with experimental data. Errors can be generally speaking: 1st. Random. Due to imperfections of measurements or intrinsically random sources. 2nd. Systematic. Due to the procedures used to measure or … Continue reading

# Category Archives: Statistics

Today, I return to my best friends. The polylogs! Are you ready for polylog wars? The polylogarithm can be represented by the next integral: (1) As you know, if you follow my blog, you have … Continue reading

Following the previous article, now I will discuss some interesting points in the paper: Generalized information entropies depending only on the probability distribution, by O.Obregón and A.Gil-Villegas. You can find the paper here http://arxiv.org/abs/1206.3353 The Boltzmann factor for a generalized … Continue reading

This post is the first of three dedicated to some of my followers. Those readers from Mexico (a nice country, despite the issues and particularities it has, as the one I live in…), ;). Why? Well, …Firstly, they have proved … Continue reading

I am going to speak a little bit about Statistics. The topic today are “averages”. Suppose you have a set of “measurements” where . Then you can define the following quantities: Arithemtic mean. Geometric mean. Harmonic … Continue reading