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January 03, 2014


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Hi Michael,

nice post! When I look at the plot of the distributions, I wonder why they're not symmetric. With 1000 trials, I would expect the simulated distribution much closer to the symmetrical shape of the ideal triangle distribution. Furthermore, the fact that the deviation from symmetry is very similar for all three expert distributions point to some systematic reason for this deviation. Do you have an idea what this reason could be?

Kind regards,

Hi Michael,

Nice post. It really helpful. Thanks


Can you explain how the Weights is used in computing merged columns. Little urgent

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