**Daily update | 17 March, 2022**

# StackExchange

#### The probability of y < x * z, if x,y, z independent and normally distributed

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#### Sufficient condition for when a shifted likelihood function shifts the posterior expected value in the same direction

**Source:** stats**Views:** 157**Score:** 3**Tags:** bayesian

#### Is an unbalanced categorical independent variable a problem for binomial logistic regression?

**Source:** stats**Views:** 46**Score:** 3**Tags:** regression logistic binomial-distribution

#### How can I sample from a shifted and scaled Student-t distribution with a specified mean and sd in R?

**Source:** stats**Views:** 168**Score:** 3**Tags:** r simulation prior t-distribution brms

#### Using `relu` as activation function for regression with only positive values

**Source:** stats**Views:** 15**Score:** 2**Tags:** regression neural-networks tensorflow keras