# Anyone good at deciphering hand writing?Watch

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

#1

#2

[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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4 years ago
#2
Very bottom line seems to say 'partial individual' to me ...
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(Original post by Maid Marian)
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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4 years ago
#4
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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4 years ago
#5
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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4 years ago
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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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#7
(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 :/
Thank you! That definitely makes sense!
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#8
(Original post by Holmstock)
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!

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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4 years ago
#10
(Original post by Sashari)
Okay you guys!
Here is another one for you!

Looking at the text again. I have 'FOC of model that.....'
...yielded the ....
#11
This one might be better quality

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4 years ago
#12
How is the something of y impacted by a change in j + h something something something

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#13
(Original post by DErasmus)
How is the something of y impacted by a change in j + h something something something

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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4 years ago
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(Original post by Sashari)
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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(Original post by DErasmus)
How is the something of y impacted by a change in j + h something something something

Oh, and by the way we are onto deciphering a post #11
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#16
(Original post by DErasmus)
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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4 years ago
#17
FOC of model that yielded the __________

____ on/an intercept

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4 years ago
#18
(Original post by Sashari)
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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#19
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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