Maximum Likelihood Estimation

88888 Dihedral dihedral88888 at googlemail.com
Fri Feb 1 20:55:34 CET 2013


在 2013年2月2日星期六UTC+8上午2时47分22秒,subhaba... at gmail.com写道:
> On Friday, February 1, 2013 11:07:48 PM UTC+5:30, 88888 Dihedral wrote:
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> > subhaba... at gmail.com於 2013年2月2日星期六UTC+8上午1時17分04秒寫道:
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> > > I am looking for a Python implementation of Maximum Likelihood Estimation. If any one can kindly suggest. With a google search it seems scipy,numpy,statsmodels have modules, but as I am not finding proper example workouts I am failing to use them. 
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> > > Subhabrata
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> > I suggest you can google "python and symbolic 
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> > of your data sources with noises .
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> Dear Group,
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> Thanks. I googled and found a new package named Sympy and could generate MLE graphs. Regards,Subhabrata.

Well,just reveal more about your problems. 

But if you are concerned with some commercial
problems, then it is not the novice apprentice 
level jokes. 

Then, maybe you can just give some outline of 
the problem. 





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