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So I need the top and bottom part of the text deciphering.

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[As far as I can tell the top reads: 'How is the ...... expectation at y impacted by a change in jth explanatory variable. Holding everything else constant (certis paribus).'

and bottom: 'Ignore i subscript....' ] #1 has been deciphered

[For number two ' FOC of model that...'] #2 has been deciphered

Thank you (if it helps this is in econometrics context.)
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Very bottom line seems to say 'partial individual' to me ...
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Very bottom line seems to say 'partial individual' to me ...
Maybe... Would have helped if the course made more sense to me!



Anyone else wants to give this a try?
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how is the (conditional?) expectation of y impacted by a change in jth explanatory variable, holding everything else constant (ceteris paribus)

ignore i subscript denoting a partial individual

i didn't think it was that bad :/
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I think the top one is: "How is the cond'l (conditional?) expectation at y impacted by the change in jth explanatory variable. Holding everything else constant (certis paribus).'
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(Original post by Sashari)
So I need the top and bottom part of the text deciphering.





As far as I can tell the top reads: 'How is the ...... expectation at y impacted by a change in jth explanatory variable. Holding everything else constant (certis paribus).'

and bottom: 'Ignore i subscript....'

Thank you (if it helps this is in econometrics context.
Could the penultimate word be "particular" rather than "partial"?
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how is the (conditional?) expectation of y impacted by a change in jth explanatory variable, holding everything else constant (ceteris paribus)

ignore i subscript denoting a partial individual

i didn't think it was that bad :/
Thank you! That definitely makes sense!
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Could the penultimate word be "particular" rather than "partial"?
People suggested 'partial' individual, but that sounds obscure... 'particular' might make more sense!
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(Original post by Arithmeticae)
how is the (conditional?) expectation of y impacted by a change in jth explanatory variable, holding everything else constant (ceteris paribus)

ignore i subscript denoting a partial individual

i didn't think it was that bad :/

(Original post by Holmstock)
Could the penultimate word be "particular" rather than "partial"?


Okay you guys!
Here is another one for you!

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Looking at the text again. I have 'FOC of model that.....'


(Original post by Maid Marian)
Very bottom line seems to say 'partial individual' to me ...
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Okay you guys!
Here is another one for you!



Looking at the text again. I have 'FOC of model that.....'
...yielded the ....:dontknow:
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This one might be better quality

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How is the something of y impacted by a change in j + h something something something

was this written by a 7 year old
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How is the something of y impacted by a change in j + h something something something

was this written by a 7 year old
The other messy type of handwriters - a doctor. ....but she is a Doctor of science and not a medical professional, so I'm not sure it's justified...
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The other messy type of handwriters - a doctor. ....but she is a Doctor of science and not a medical professional, so I'm not sure it's justified...
messy handwriting usually has some elegance to it

this just looks like they were too lazy and actually missed out words
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How is the something of y impacted by a change in j + h something something something

was this written by a 7 year old
Oh, and by the way we are onto deciphering a post #11
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messy handwriting usually has some elegance to it

this just looks like they were too lazy and actually missed out words
Well this was taken from lecture notes of a very boring course... But in her defence she always looks very excited during the lectures!
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FOC of model that yielded the __________

____ on/an intercept

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This one might be better quality

lol ill give it a go

FOC of model that yielded the bidol/bicol (contains an intercept)
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To anyone who is interested: with common effort both have been deciphered
The second quote reads 'FOC of model that yielded the residual (contains an intercept)'

Thanks everyone!
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