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- Daniel Lakeland on WTF Economics: shifting curves UP/DOWN or LEFT/RIGHT?: “Even more fundamental than The Price, is the bid-ask spread, because Bids and Asks can change without transactions, whereas it…” May 24, 11:32
- Daniel Lakeland on WTF Economics: shifting curves UP/DOWN or LEFT/RIGHT?: “Probably a lot of the confusion is that this is just the model for equilibrium. The more fundamental model is…” May 24, 11:24
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- Will on WTF Economics: shifting curves UP/DOWN or LEFT/RIGHT?: “Most economists (including this one) don't think like economists by this definition... https://hsm.stackexchange.com/questions/140/why-is-price-on-the-vertical-axis-and-quantity-on-the-horizontal-axis” May 24, 10:55
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- Morgan on Injecting Data into the SF Rent discussion: “The break in distribution shape between 2011and 2012 seems impossibly large. Any idea what happened there?” May 20, 12:45
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- Daniel Lakeland on Inference on a ratio from two separate experiments (a case study in Stan awesomeness): “Aren't these basically the same issue? Suppose we use normal(x,M,ds1) with ds1 infinitesimal as a delta function for x in…” Apr 19, 13:16
- Corey Yanofsky on Inference on a ratio from two separate experiments (a case study in Stan awesomeness): “Here the generative model approach makes things clear. You have the top-level R and N slightly perturbed versions of it;…” Apr 18, 06:26

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