Around this time last year, I uploaded two of my term papers to this blog, as I believed they might be of interest to my readers. Today, as a bit of a Christmas present, I'm back to do it again! Linked below is a project I completed this semester for one of my statistics courses; … Continue reading Read One of My Papers from the Fall 2019 Semester!
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